Company to show latest developments and enhancements to M2500 and AggMax washing units
MATERIALS washing specialists CDE Global will be exhibiting on stand F10/N1022 in Open Area North at the Bauma exhibition in Munich, Germany, from 15–21 April, where they will launch the latest M2500 mobile washing plant and AggMax portable log-washer.
The M2500 was launched to the global market at Bauma 2010 and has since been installed in 20 countries throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Australasia and Latin America. With existing applications across a wide range of materials, including sand and gravel, crushed rock, scalpings, construction and demolition waste recycling, silica sands and iron ore processing, the company has announced a number of new developments which will be introduced at Bauma.
‘The new M2500 features we will be presenting at Bauma 2013 include enhancements to the configuration of the integrated ProGrade screen which ensure maximum transfer of energy to the material being processed while isolating the supporting chassis from vibration,’ explained CDE research & development manager Kevin Vallelly. ‘In addition, we have made a number of modifications designed to facilitate improved maintenance access, which maximizes plant production.’
Additional improvements include a new polyurethane protection system for the ProGrade screen cassettes and enhancements to the integrated AtroFeed system for delivery of the sand fraction to the on board EvoWash.
Sitting alongside the M2500 on the CDE stand will be the AggMax 83 portable log-washer. This will include a RotoMax RX80 log-washer, triple-deck ProGrade sizing screen and horizontal dewatering screen integrated on a single chassis. The AggMax has found many applications ranging from the washing of limestone conglomerate material in Scotland and Austria, to construction and demolition waste recycling in England, iron ore processing in India and sand and gravel washing in Germany.
‘The AggMax has enjoyed significant global success in recent years as the requirement to process more difficult materials has become more frequent,’ explained senior research & development engineer and lead designer on the AggMax, Glenn Sloan. ‘The enhancements we are presenting at Bauma will focus on further increasing performance and durability while making access and maintenance as easy as possible.’
These developments include the introduction of a mechanism allowing adjustment of the inclination of the RotoMax log-washer to cater for variations in feed material. This will allow material retention time within the log-washer to be increased or decreased depending on how much attrition the material requires to be efficiently cleaned. In addition, a new walkway configuration will be presented which not only improves access for maintenance, but is also more compact for transport and quicker to assemble on site.