CDE adds dry primary screener to range

By Lindsay Gale17 June 2014

The new R2500 primary dry screen from CDE Global is electrically powered and has a throughput of up

The new R2500 primary dry screen from CDE Global is electrically powered and has a throughput of up to 500 tonnes/hour

CDE has expanded its product range with the addition of the R2500 static dry primary screening unit that is electrically powered and has a production throughput of over 500 tonnes/hour. Its use can result in substantial savings in fuel consumption as well as provide quieter and more environmentally-friendly operation, says CDE. It can be integrated into existing or new CDE wash plants and has been designed for use in quarrying, recycling and mining where a range of difficult materials are processed including crushed rock, topsoil, scalpings, iron ore and construction and demolition waste.

The R2500 features a patent-pending laminate side wall design on the ProGrade P2-7/R screen that has no welds, resulting in a stronger and lighter screen that requires less power, galvanised as standard. The screen’s lattice design has a reduced mass and ensures more energy is transferred to the material, which according to the company guarantees superior screening performance. This screen is an integral part of the CDE range.

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