3TEK introduces Bravo 6280 scrap shredder

3TEK introduces Bravo 6280 scrap shredder

The Bravo 6280 is the latest from the company’s lineup of mobile and stationary hammer mills and downstream sorting systems.

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3TEK Global, Grand Prairie, Texas, has introduced the Bravo 6280, the latest from the company’s lineup of mobile and stationary hammer mills and downstream sorting systems. The mobile shredder can process up to 3,000 tons per month and is ideal for those looking to expand existing scrap milling operations, according to the manufacturer. 

Driven by a 1,125-horsepower CAT32 diesel engine, the Bravo 6280 can produce 15 to 20 tons of ferrous output per hour. Featuring 240-pound hammers on a 315,000-pound single chassis, the company says the shredder can raise capability and profits. 

"The Bravo 6280 was designed to serve the scrap marketplace. This is a true mill that delivers very clean, dense, furnace-ready scrap at a price point for both purchase and production that makes sense for small and large operators alike," says Bill Padula, vice president of sales and marketing for 3TEK Global.