Bandit Industries’ new Model 1425 Track brings the same compact horizontal grinder, with added mobility and ruggedness.
Boasting many of the same features as the tow-behind version, the addition of tracks expands the its capabilities and versatility.
“Since introducing the 1425 at the TCIA show in 2018, many customers have asked for a track version” said Bandit Marketing Manager, Jason Morey.
So, it can now travel over a variety of landscapes on its durable Caterpillar steel track undercarriage.
Additionally, the Model 1425 Track features a 7’ by 24” steel or rubber belt infeed conveyor, as well as a stationary discharge with a stacking height of 7’.
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Also, a grinder head or chipper drum is available, giving it the ability to produce mulch or a dimensional chip.
With the grinder head, there are 14 cutter bodies, with teeth, aiming to create an aggressive, yet smooth grinding action.
Furthermore, the chipper drum features 4 chipper knives that will produce a chip ranging from ¼” up to 1”.
Like Bandit’s larger horizontal grinders, there are a variety of tooth and screen options for the Model 1425 Track.
Finally, in terms of engine, Bandit uses a trusted brand, “We have one engine option available on this model,” Morey said. “Customers can now order this machine with a Caterpillar C4.4, 174 horsepower Tier 4 final.”