Pits & Quarries
CDE prepares to wow Hillhead visitors with new exciting innovations
By CDE Global
By CDE Global
May 30, 2018 – CDE will once again participate in the iconic Hillhead show from June 26 to 28 in Buxton, where the leading global wet processing company will launch its new scrubbing and attrition system, packed with new features to up the efficiency stakes, as well as its revolutionary connected plant system.
Scrubbing and attrition – the next level
Visitors to the CDE stand will discover the new model AggMax 163-SR scrubbing and attrition system, designed to incorporate a new RotoMax logwasher, and specifically developed to supply the demand for a plant that bridges the gap between the popular AggMax 80 and 250 models.
“The new RotoMax 163-SR is constructed and designed to the same high-duty standard as the RX250, with geometry refined for efficient scrubbing action at mid-range tonnages and VSD as standard to optimize the retention time for the process material,” said Stewart Cusick, senior product development engineer. “With a new Infinity D1-63 pre-screen incorporated into the design, high frequency screening action ensures maximum sand removal prior to the attrition process, whilst the new Infinity D1-43 screen dewaters organic and lightweight wastes liberated from the attrition process.
“Finally, an all-new Infinity H2-60 sizing screen efficiently separates material into three washed aggregates and allows the removal of sand liberated by the RotoMax’s attrition process. The aggressive throw on the horizontal washing screen ensures efficient screening by increasing retention time and allows generous access between the decks for maintenance access.”
As with all CDE products, efficiency, ease of use and health and safety are at the heart of all new designs. The AggMax 163-SR, which features a modular design to allow upgrades to customers’ plants, includes new modular GRP walkways throughout the machine, providing safe working access to all maintenance areas of the plant. Access to the pump for easy maintenance has also been improved whilst a new tensioning mechanism has been incorporated for quick and efficient set up of the pump.
Connecting live to your plant, anytime, anywhere
CDE will also showcase its new connected plant at the show. Tom Houston, head of CustomCare at CDE, describes this exciting innovation.
“The CustomCare team is looking forward to displaying the new CDE connected plant technology at Hillhead,” he said. “This will bring pre-emptive maintenance and support, operational efficiencies and simplicity to our customers, giving them unrivalled control of what is going on with their plant or plants through a one-touch console management hub. This is in keeping with CDE’s commitment for maximum efficiency and ease of use.”
The CDE team will be on hand at Hillhead at stand T1 to present its recent innovations to visitors and discuss their requirements to find efficient wet processing solutions to suit their individual needs. Visitors can also book a meeting with the CDE team at the show by visiting cdeglobal.com/events/hillhead-2018.
CDE is a leading provider of washing equipment for quarries, mines and recycling operations on the global market. The CDE equipment range has applications across a wide range of materials and is delivering significant efficiencies in the construction and recycling, mining, specialist industrial sands and environmental sectors. Working across five sectors and eight regions CDE has been co-creating with customers for over 25 years to deliver collaborative, imaginative and unique processing systems. The CDE Global Design Headquarters are located in Northern Ireland and the company also has bases in Kolkata, India to serve the Asian market, São Paulo, Brazil to serve the Latin American market, Ormeau, Australia, to serve the Australasian market, Dubai, UAE, to serve the MENA market, and North Carolina and Texas, USA, to serve the North American market. CDE also has a team based in sub-Saharan Africa. CDE has recently open its new North American ‘Centre of Excellence’ just south of Fort Worth, Texas. As well a new warehousing facility in Texas to service its North American operations.