CDE Global has introduced a new dry screening plant as part of its product expansion strategy.
The R2500 is a static primary screening unit capable of processing over 500tph in quarrying, recycling and mining operations. Seamlessly integrating into an existing or new washing system, the new dry screening plant is powered by electricity and ensures an immediate increase in efficiency as well as substantial savings in fuel costs and a quieter, more environment-friendly operation.
Designed at the new CDE Innovation Centre at the company’s headquarters in Northern Ireland, the R2500 is a result of the company’s focussed efforts in developing equipment solutions capable of processing over 500tph. This also includes the M4500 wash plant capable of processing 450tph and launched to the international market at CONEXPO-CON/AGG in March 2014.
CDE Sales Director, Enda Ivanoff explains that the company recognised an opportunity to better service their high tonnage markets in the most efficient way and to provide customers with a complete CDE solution across the four sectors of Construction and Recycling, Mining, Environmental and Industrial Sands.
The R2500 is ideal for quarrying, recycling and mining operations where a range of difficult materials is being processed including crushed rock, topsoil, scalpings, iron ore and construction and demolition waste.
Key features of the R2500 dry screening plant include a patent pending laminate side-wall design on the ProGrade P2-75/R screen with zero welds resulting in a stronger, lighter screen that requires less power and is galvanised as standard; lattice design screen with reduced mass ensuring more energy is transferred to the material for superior screening performance; FEA verification for the ProGrade P2-75/R screen; and all FEA results verified with onsite physical testing procedures.
Physical tests have also been carried out on the R2500 within the dedicated ProGrade screen testing facility at CDE.