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Kinetic flow screen distribution agreement

BLUE Group have entered into an agreement with CRS (NI) Ltd, under which they have become the appointed distributor for the Co. Tyrone-based company’s KF 44-18 kinetic flow (flip flow) recycling screen in England, Scotland and Wales.

Flip flow screen technology is specifically targeted at the waste-recycling industries but is said to be equally beneficial in coal, soil and ballast screening.

Based on the well-proven kinetic flow principle, the patented CRS KF 44-18 kinetic flow screen design produces an aggressive pitch, throw and action which results in clean fines, even when handling wet or sticky materials.

The unit’s high-throughput screening area measures 4.4m x 1.8m and benefits from high-quality components for durability and efficiency, while the self-cleaning polyurethane screen elements are easily replaced and the modular design of the whole unit allows quick installation and set-up.

The screen can be supplied as part of a tailor-made configuration or retrofitted to existing plants to enhance output.

Blue Group say this addition to their product range fills a gap in materials processing, allowing end-users to extract even greater volumes of recyclable fine materials from the waste stream for blending or further separation as single-size saleable material.

Commenting on the distribution agreement, Blue Group chairman Pat McGeary said: ‘In reaching this agreement with CRS, we are now able to offer…yet another link in the recycling chain with what is undoubtedly a versatile and innovative piece of equipment for reclaiming even greater volumes from the waste stream.’


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