Quickly convert plant waste into useful resources by compression, mixing, heating, shearing & swelling machine



"Shokusenki" produces compost from plant waste.
The Shokusenki uses a proprietary method to process crushed branches, wood chips and bamboo breaking down the raw material further into fibers and ejecting it as "swelled material".
The Shokusenki is uniquely designed which creates compression, mixing, heating, shearing and swelling effects that break down the woody structure of the chips while simulataneously improving the water absorption, water retention, and porosity of the discharged material. The end product is highly susceptible to biodegradation and fermentation. Finally the product become useful agricultural compost or soil conditioner.



Model Motor
t/h (ref. m3/h)
SM 18-30 30 0.4 - 0.6 (1.6 - 2.4)
SM 23-55 55 0.8 - 1.2 (3.2 - 4.8)
SM 30-110 110 2.0 - 3.0 (8.0 - 12.0)
  • Note1. The capacity varies significantly depending on the type, properties and moisture content of the raw materials.The capacity indicated here is for wood chips with an appropriate level of moisture. Please inquire for further details.
  • Note2. The capacity is provided for reference only. The bulk density in this case is 0.25t/m3.
  • Note3. Please inquire regarding system designs that include a shredder.
  • Note4. Our company also handles plant design (pruned branch treatment, compost plant treatment, etc.). Please inquire for details.