Crushing it

    Your single source for turnkey pelletizing solutions From size reduction of raw material to finished pellets, we offer the highest-quality equipment on the market, coupled with nearly 100 years of industry knowledge. Find out more about how Schutte Hammermill and the Bengal Machine family of brands can help optimize your process>> For nearly a… Read more »

Crushing It

RC Series Industrial Crusher The RC Series Industrial Crusher is ideal for processing a variety of large, heavy, bulky and/and or abrasive materials that will break or reduce upon impact. The large in-feed allows for easy processing of blocky materials.  High tonnage rates are achieved with the lowest possible amount of wear and tear. Learn more>>… Read more »

Crushing it

  Industrial hammer mills for abrasive materials Our heavy duty WA Series is a gravity discharge hammer mill that features components designed for processing hard and highly abrasive materials.  A variety of specialty components and materials are available for custom configuration to a particular application.  Click here to find out more >> WA Series rotor assembly featuring optional tungsten… Read more »

Bengal Machine Acquires CSE Bliss Manufacturing, LLC

Bengal Machine, the parent company of Schutte Hammermill, CM Shredder and Schutte Motion has announced that it has acquired a majority interest in CSE Bliss Manufacturing, a hammer mill manufacturing company in Ponca City, Oklahoma. The purchase of CSE Bliss Manufacturing fits with Bengal Machine’s strategy to combine world-class brands in the size reduction industry… Read more »

Redesigned Heavy-Duty Lump Breaker

Schutte Hammermill introduces the redesigned heavy-duty BD Series lump breaker for de-agglomeration needs. This newly redesigned high-capacity, single rotor, hammer and comb design lump breaker is ideal for most de-agglomeration applications. Available in carbon or stainless steel, the lump breaker features a v-belt-driven 50-hp motor that operates at around 300 RPM, as well as 2-in…. Read more »