Rotochopper Inc. hosted customers and prospects from around the world at its 8th annual Demo Day. About 200 guests from four countries attended the event with the theme Mission Possible, the company reported.
The day began with tours of the state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, providing attendees with the opportunity to see Rotochopper grinders in every stage of manufacturing, from cutting to final inspection and testing. The facility tours also provided guests the opportunity to meet the various on-site teams who design, build and support their Rotochopper equipment.
“I truly enjoyed seeing the facilities and witnessing the amount of pride and workmanship that go into these machines,” said David Polser, of Land Development Services, Liberty Hill, Tex.
Rotochopper President/CEO Art de St. Aubin welcomed attendees with remarks focused on the partnership Rotochopper forms with its customers saying.
“It is your partnership that we strive for; your success is our success,” de St. Aubin said. “Our platform and mission today is, it is possible and your continuous dialogue will always be our main conduit to success.”
The demonstrations kicked off with the unveiling of the new B-66 L-Series track and dolly grinder with the playing of the Mission Impossible theme song. The B-66L and FP-66, both equipped with the Generation II Colorizer, did a head to head grind-off showing each of their production capabilities. The B-66, FP-66, and MC-266 demonstrated the process of converting raw materials into finished products throughout the day for attendees.
Mini sessions throughout the afternoon demonstrated a variety of use cases and applications of Rotochopper equipment.
Included in the demos was the MP-2, producing colored mulch, the CP-118 chip processor, Erosion Sock attachment for the GB-250, RotoLink monitoring system and preventative maintenance program, Rotochopper’s patented screen installation system and replaceable mount rotor. The EC-266 electric grinder grounded pallets and sorted C&D debris directly into the RMT hammermill showcasing Rotochopper’s knowledge in multi-stage fine grinding systems.
The day ended with the B-66 L-series grinder, devouring logs and whole trees, demonstrating its enhanced features designed to improve input capabilities and increase overall production.
It was a full day of demonstrations, information, networking and fun. Headquartered in St. Martin, Minn., Rotochopper designs, builds and supports a complete line of horizontal grinders, wood chip processors, asphalt shingle grinders and mobile baggers.Follow us on social media: