Crushing, screening and conveying

3D Steelwork Ltd was created in 2004 by Mr. Shane O’Neill. The company initially started out as a structural steel company and soon became the premier structural steel company in Northern Ireland – engaged in the manufacture and supply of products and services used within the construction industry across Ireland and the UK. In 2008 the company diversified into the design, manufacture and supply of high quality screening and conveying machinery for use in the quarry, mining, construction and materials handling industries. This diversification came under the newest and freshest brand name on the market – Maximus Crushing & Screening. Maximus Crushing & Screening has already established a reputation for producing high quality, reliable, heavy duty vibrating screeners and conveying systems and has brought to market 7 new tracked mobile screening machines and a range of static and mobile conveyors and screening units. In the last 3 years, more than 200 screening plants were sold in more than 20 countries all over the world and are successfully in operation in a variety of climates and harsh working conditions. This new product range is further enhanced by the launch of 3 new products – the T8048 track conveyor, the Maximus 620 scalping unit and more importantly – the MXJ-1 Jaw Crusher which will be given its world premiere at the Bauma Show.

1 MXJ-1 Jaw Crusher

The MXJ-1 is equipped with a huge feedhopper with 10 m3 capacity, a grizzly pre-screening grid and a large 1200 mm main conveyor belt. The Jaw crusher has an inlet opening of 1150 x 750 mm (45 ¼“ x 29 ½“) and is equipped with hydraulic wedge adjustment. The powerful C9 CAT-engine gives enough strength to perform in the hardest conditions. The MXJ-1 has been designed with easy access for maintenance and service in mind. The electrical system is modern and user friendly, plant set-up is fast and flexible, and with a transport weight of just 45 t.


2 Heavy duty mobile scalper 620

The Maximus 620 is a heavy duty, high capacity mobile scalper designed for large scale operators and capable of screening a wide variety of material in the harshest conditions (Fig. 1). It is designed to cope with the heaviest applications and can be used in construction and demolition waste, primary crusher circuits, iron ore, aggregates, coal, recycling, heavy rock and topsoil. The Maximus 620 is equipped with a 225 Hp (168 kW) CAT C6.6 Diesel engine with shut down protection, a heavy duty hopper with 8.7 m3 (11.7 yd3) capacity and a high energy 2 Bearing 20 x 6 screenbox which rises at the lower end for bottom deck access for maintenance or service. The tail conveyor is fitted with a 1.6 m (63“) wide chevron belt and 2 integrated side conveyors. All belts can be folded hydraulically for transport. The Maximus 620 is an extremely versatile screener with many options available and is set-up shortly after arriving at the jobsite.


3 Maximus T80-48 Track Conveyor

The MAX T80-48 is the largest conveyor in the range (Fig. 2) and is designed for ease of mobility on site. It is manufactured with a highly robust chassis for optimal strength in difficult working conditions. The T-Series of conveyors are designed to optimise stockpile capacities and minimise on-site material handling costs. The hydraulic folding head section in the MAX T80-48 allows for fast efficient road transportation and the machine has a typical set-up time off less than 10 minutes. The T80-48 has a 48“ (1220 mm) wide belt and is 80‘ (25 m) in length. It comes with a powerful Cat C2.2 engine and has hydraulically adjustable feed boot and head section heights. The T80-48 has a number of options available, including radio control tracks, electric drive, dust suppression, etc.



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