Optimized classification

Materials washing specialist CDE Global has announced the launch of the R-Series range of primary screens which have been designed to optimise feed to the turnkey wash plants they provide and reduce the requirement for a dedicated operator to feed the processing plant.

The new range includes 2 new machines. The R1500 has a maximum feed capacity of 200 t/h while the larger R2500 machine offers a maximum feed capacity of 500 t/h (Fig. 1). Both machines are suitable for use in the pre-screening of a range of materials including sand & gravel, crushed rock, C&D waste, topsoil, coal, salt, iron ore...

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