Our MGL 1644 COLORMAX machinery is capable of coloring 120-150 yards of mulch per hour. Our machine is designed with an inclined orientation which means: dryer product, less waste, more aggressive mixing and lower feed height. Below are some more specificaitons for our 1644 COLORMAX machine.


  • 3-4 lbs. of dye per yard depending on feed material and desired color richness
  • Self-contained diesel/hydraulic (only requires water source and dye)
  • 8 cubic yard belt-feed hopper
  • 48” feed belt
  • Material sensor in hopper for automatic shutdown/start up
  • Digital readout for dye usage
  • Attached dye tote mixer which works off machine hydraulics 
  • Interchangeable wear paddles in mixing chamber
  • Hydraulic angle adjust
  • Interchangeable wear paddles in mixing chamber
  • Hydraulic angle adjust
  • Many ways to adjust for different feed materials (i.e. operating speed, degree of incline, number and location of paddles, number of spray nozzles)
  • Easy transport/set up with 5th wheel hitch, 15k axle, brakes, lights and jacking legs
  • Heavy-duty construction
  • Quick and easy maintenance access
  • Total weight – approximately 17,000 lbs.
  • Transport/Overall Length – 39’
  • Transport Height – 11’
  • Transport/Working Width – 7’8”
  • Loading Height – 9’
  • Loading Width – 10’

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