Anaconda responds to demand

28 July 2015

Anaconda has responded to demands from its customers for a machine capable of handling larger volumes and feed size than those offered by its TD516 with the introduction of the TD620 Trommel Screen. According to the company, this has been designed specifically for processing materials such as waste, compost, woodchip, soil and related products. It is available mounted either on tracks or on wheels, and is said to be robust with a high capacity drum for efficiently processing the most difficult materials from construction and demolition waste to fine soil screening

Power comes from a Stage IIIB JCB 444 Ecomax diesel developing 93 kW (124 hp) as standard but the 620 has been designed with an optional dual power system that offers reduced fuel consumption, emissions and noise. In addition, Stage IIIA, Stage IV and fixed speed genset power units are available.

Anaconda operations director Martin Quinn said of the 620: “Demand is once again driving us to design and manufacture larger mobile screening products. The TD620 is engineered to offer operators higher levels of production and the ability to feed and process large feed material. The TD620 trommel is another quality product added to the Anaconda range and will provide our dealer network with yet another option to our customers around the globe.”

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