A revolution in Mobile Washing
- 11 February 2010
- Product News
The CDE M2500 is the first feeding and screening system designed specifically for washing projects and incorporates the CDE Prograde screening technology and Evowash sand washing plant on the one unit. The unit can be used to produce up to three washed aggregates and two washed sand products.
The integration of the Evowash sand washing element within the M2500 system has major benefits for the customer due to a substantially reduced plant footprint and advanced transfer point technology which effectively eliminates spillage and enhances plant efficiency.
"The Evowash sand plant is fed by gravity" explains CDE Design Manager, Terence Bratton. "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 introduction of the M2500 system to the market by CDE Global is a culmination of years of experience in the delivery of major washing equipment installations for all of the major names in the global construction materials industry. The company has completed major projects throughout Europe, the Middle East and India with capacities from 20 tons per hour to the two largest sand washing systems in the world in Qatar with capacities of 1200 tons per hour. The company's area of expertise is extensive with experience in sand washing, quarry crusher dust washing, lignite removal, USPGA golf sands production, filter sand production, construction and demolition waste recycling and iron ore washing. "What we do is very simple" explains CDE Chairman, Tony Convery, "we wash sand and aggregates. We focus on washing in a variety of different industries and this focus ensures that the equipment that we offer is the most efficient available on the global market."
"Bauma is without doubt the premier global exhibition for our industry" explains CDE Marketing Manager, Peter Craven. "It is for this reason that we have decided to launch the new CDE M2500 at Bauma in order that we can reach the largest possible global audience."
The M2500 has been developed by CDE in response to the absence on the market of a fully integrated feeding, screening and washing plant that has been specifically designed for the washing equipment market. "While other variations on mobile wet screening started life as dry screens which were then converted by the crude addition of some spray bars, the M2500 has been specifically designed as a mobile washing plant" explains Peter Craven.
The M2500 is available in a variety of configurations and can accommodate production of up to 140 tons per hour of washed sand. The unit can be fed via an integrated feed hopper and belt feeder or can be fed directly from a separate mobile crushing or screening plant.
The standard M2500 machine comes equipped with a feed hopper with a 9m3 capacity and a static tipping grid. This feeds an integrated 14m conveyor with 1000mm belt which then delivers material to the CDE Prograde P75 rinsing screen. The screen options include two or three 5m x 1.5m screen decks and a choice of wire mesh, rubber or polyurethane screen media.
The integrated Evowash sand washing plant can produce up to 150 tons per hour of washed sand with dual sand options also available. The total production capacity of both washed aggregates and sand from the M2500 system in standard set up is 200 tons per hour.
Prior to the launch of the CDE M2500 at Bauma further details on the specifications and applications can be obtained by contacting Peter Craven on +44 28 8676 7900 or by email at email@example.com.
You can find CDE in Outside Area F7, Stand Number N717/3 at Bauma 2010 which takes place from 19th to 25th April 2010 in Munich. Further details can be obtained from http://www.bauma.de/
For further information please contact:
Ballyreagh Industrial Estate
Northern Ireland BT80 9DG
Tel: +44 28 8676 7900
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