Portable FireBox 220
Treecycle is the ONLY company in Southern Africa who owns and operates Air Burner equipment in Southern Africa. We have the knowledge and expertise to meet your operational requirements.
The fully assembled portable FireBox was invented by Air Burners. Ours are the only machines tested by the U.S. EPA, the U.S. Forest Service, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the U.S. Military to prove their specifications and performance, giving you confidence our machines work.
The Air Burners FireBox is the most economical and environmentally sound method of eliminating wood and vegetative waste. The FireBox will reduce your waste to approximately two percent of its original weight, leaving you with a clean carbon ash that can be turned into the local soil or trucked to the landfill. With the FireBox land clearing equipment, you might make one trip a week to the landfill instead of several. The diesel-powered machines are very efficient. The S200 will only consume 2.8 gallons of diesel fuel at full throttle, and no other fuels are required. The FireBox will save you money on your waste elimination.
The 200 series unit has a frame size of approximately 8 feet high by 8 feet wide. We currently offer one size machine in the 200 series: the S220. The S220 has a manifold length of 20 feet. This biomass burning machine arrives fully assembled and tested, ready for operation.
The FireBox can be either dragged on to the trailer with a winch or lifted on to the trailer. Like all of our FireBoxes, this airburn unit can be dragged around the site on its skid base. The S220 has two doors at the rear for ash removal. Waste throughput is 4 to 7 tons per hour.
Tree shears / grabs / wood splitters
The Trevi Benne tree shear equipment has been designed for felling and deforestation of logs, trees and maintenance of bushes such as the thinning of shrubs of different sizes. It’s designed for operating at critical points with difficult access along roadsides, steep slopes, orchards, and ensures high productivity with the reuse of the cut material for subsequent processing steps (stacking, chipping, grinding, etc.)