CRS Kinetic Flow Screens Join The Blue Group Distributorships Portfolio
- 15 November 2010
- Company & Industry News
Blue Group now has over 100 bespoke recycling plants in operation with customers in England, Scotland and Wales. Combining flat-bed or trommel screening, air separation, conveying systems and picking stations, these plants are proving to be both efficient and profitable for their customers. Now, with the added capabilities of the CRS KF 44-18 Kinetic Flow Screen system, Blue can offer this additional plant as part of a tailor-made configuration and, if required, the easily installed CRS screener can be retrofitted to existing plants to enhance the output.
Commenting on the new distribution agreement, Blue Group Chairman Pat McGeary said "We are probably the best known and most established distribution company for recycling equipment in the UK, with an enviable list of world-class products for screening, washing, conveying, crushing and shredding. As new technologies emerge onto this important market, it is vital that Blue Group is in the vanguard. In reaching this agreement with CRS, we are now able to offer our discerning customer base yet another link in the recycling chain with what is undoubtedly a versatile and innovative piece of equipment for reclaiming even greater volumes from the waste stream".
The CRS KF 44-18 Kinetic Flow Screen
Based on the well-proven kinetic flow principle, the patented design produces a unique and aggressive "pitch, throw and action" which results in clean fines material, no matter how wet or sticky. Screening area is 1.80m X 4.4m, providing a high throughput and benefiting from high quality components for durability and efficiency. The self-cleaning polyurethane screen elements are easily replaced and the modular design of the whole unit allows quick installation and set-up.
Maximising recovery of valuable useable material, the CRS KF 44-18 Kinetic Flow Screen has a range of applications, including: Fine mixed C&D Waste (0-80mm); mixed organic waste; damp and sticky materials such as powders, soils and sand; shredded mulch or organic materials.