Diamond Z introduced in New Zealand

Diamond Z introduced in New Zealand Diamond Z introduced in New Zealand

USA-manufactured Diamond Z grinders and metal recycling now available for Kiwi buyers

After experiencing what they say has been a fantastic growth during 2016, Ditch Witch New Zealand has diversified its portfolio of product offerings to Kiwi clients once again with the addition of USA-manufactured Diamond Z grinders and metal recycling equipment.

"The manufacturer's award-winning line-up of horizontal, tub, enclosed, tyre, and solid waste grinding hardware has developed a global reputation for ground-up engineering dependability. It's a nameplate the Ditch Witch New Zealand team is proud to be associated with," Ditch Witch New Zealand general manager, John Grant, says.

In 1996, Diamond Z say they built the world's first fully enclosed tub grinder. The company saw the need for a sealed system that could still process wood stumps, green waste, tyres, and construction and demolition waste in a consistent and safe manner.

The company says the tub grinder quickly grew in popularity, especially with operators working in urban areas and environmentally sensitive locations.

Mixing solid construction, manoeuvrability, and ultimately class-leading reserves of grinding power, Diamond Z also designed the SWG 1600, a machine they say was the world's first and only on-site mobile solid waste grinder.

Built exclusively to process municipal solid waste and construction and demolition disposal, in overseas markets this model has been deployed in landfill and transfer stations, where its reported 300 tonne-per-hour production rates have directly increased the net operating income for a variety of operators the company says.

"These are just two of the many model lines available, but its examples like these that show the Diamond Z brand really will open up new territory for us," John says.

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