Cleaning up - CDE’s new M2500 washing/screening plant

By Lindsay Gale14 July 2010

CDE’s new M2500 washing/screening plant in transport mode

CDE’s new M2500 washing/screening plant in transport mode

CDE Global used bauma to launch its new M2500, which it says is the first feeding and screening system to be designed specifically for washing applications at recycling facilities. It consists of CDE's Prograde screening technology and Evowash sand washing system on a single unit. The M2500 can be used to produce up to three washed aggregates and two washed sand products.

The combination of the two systems results in a substantially reduced footprint and advanced transfer point technology that effectively eliminates spillage and enhances plant efficiency.

According to CDE design manager Terence Bratton: "The Evowash sand plant is fed by gravity. This eliminates the requirement for additional conveyors, sumps and pumps. This has the effect of not only reducing the plant footprint but also ensures substantial cost savings for the customer."

The M2500 is available in a range of configurations and offers a maximum production rate of 140 tonnes/hr of washed sand. It can be fed directly by an integrated hopper and belt feeder or can be fed directly from a separate mobile crushing or screening plant.

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