New Mobile Recycling Equipment

Published 19/4 at 10:07

Manufacturers such as Cams, Lindner and Kleemann are all offering new products to aid recycling on construction sites across the globe. Here’s the latest in mobile shredding, crushing and screening units for concrete, asphalt, building material and more.

BHS-Sonthofen introduces universal pre-shredder

The new ‘Rapax’ is designed for processing various metal fractions, commercial waste, industrial waste and construction waste. It is available as part of either the 15xx or 20xx series in three different sizes, with shaft lengths ranging between 1.2m and 3.2m. Two tool geometries are available, either the serrated ‘Bat’ shaped version or the sturdy ‘Janus’ shape. The tearing table is located below the two shafts, which can be used along with tools to determine the particle size. The electrical drive is available in different power outputs, with up to 400kW being able to installed on request. The central distance of the two shafts has been selected to ensure that the tools do not interlock. The design of the tool and the reversing control system prevent material from wrapping around the shafts or adhering to them. The machine is designed to ensure that wear parts such as the shafts and tearing table can be removed and replaced. The shafts can move synchronously, asynchronously and in reverse, with the Rapax being designed to shred material in every running direction. The control system makes it possible to select the appropriate programme consisting of different movement sequences.

 

Cams launches ‘Centauro’ APR line

Cams has launched the Centauro L 120.56-APR and Centauro XL 150.56-APR models, two mobile plants that allow for recycling of demolished road paving and the preservation of bituminous components. They feature an EU Stage V diesel engine which can be bypassed to operate in full electric mode. Centauro is a crawler plant which is designed to complete all recycling operations in a single automated cycle. The pre-shredding pusher system reduces asphalt chunks to help the primary ‘FTR’ shredder to process all the input material (inlet plates up to 1,000mm). The FTR acts as a feeder for the ‘UVS’ screening system. The oversize material is redirected to the secondary ‘CTR’ shredder which reintroduces the treated material into the screening unit through to a closed cycle system. The shredding technique features counter rotating shafts at low rpm. The range uses 4G which transmits machine status and production data to site logistics.

 

Doppstadt showcases solutions at IFAT

The Doppstadt Group is showcasing processing solutions for waste management and recycling at the IFAT trade fair. The ‘Methor’ is a multi-tool that can be adapted to the various conditions of the application. Several optional tools, which enable the Methor to adapt to different tasks, will also be exhibited, along with new optional attachments from the separation and wind sifting portfolio. The Doppstadt mobile modular processing concept combines screens and components to form a plant concept. At IFAT, Doppstadt’s mobile modular processing concepts for commercial waste, construction and demolition waste, as well as bio waste applications will be presented. Doppstadt will also present the new Doppstadt Academy, where customers and sales partners can learn how to get the best from Doppstadt solutions. Doppstadt will also make use of IFAT to recruit new specialists. Additionally, customers and partners can join Doppstadt online at the trade show and view the latest developments through live presentations.

 

New screening solution from Edge Innovate

The new Edge SM186 wheeled mounted screener is a screening solution designed for applications including recycling, soils and demolition waste. It incorporates a 5.4m x 1.75m double deck screen with interchangeable flip flow and conventional scalper bottom decks. Design features include a low level feed hopper designed to accept loads from all three sides without the need of construction ramps, two or three way splitting configuration, hydraulic folding discharge conveyors to facilitate the quick transition from operation to transport, and an integrated power unit with large service access. The control system features sequential start/stop functionality. Fitted with a tri-axle bogie with an ‘ultra-underslung’ suspension complete with fifth wheel coupling and air brakes, the Edge SM186 is designed to be easy to transport between sites. Operators can choose from different screen boxes including Edge Innovate’s ‘flip flow screen’, scalping screen and rinser screen. Optional power sources include diesel/hydraulic, diesel genset or direct electric. The model is also available in a static chassis format. Other features include a modular top deck system and screen box jack up functionality.

 

Keestrack launches the ‘I4e’ impact crusher

Keestrack has introduced the I4e tracked mobile reversible impact crusher. Thanks to its reversible impact crusher technology, the machine can be used in secondary crushing of rock and recycling building materials. The design of the reversible horizontal impact crusher with a large variable crushing chamber, powerful rotor (Ø 1,100mm, four blow bars) and electronically monitored hydraulic gap adjustment (+80mm to -220mm with new tools) allows feed sizes of up to 250mm and ensures end products of 0/2mm in closed circuit. Secondary and tertiary crushing can be combined in one mobile solution. The model has production capacities from 100t/h to 250t/h. The drive unit with a 447kW diesel engine and 300kVa generator is designed as a removable drop off module. Electric drives for the crusher (160kW), feeders, conveyor belts and system hydraulics enable cost efficient and emission free plug in network operation. Besides ‘e-driven’ equipment, Keestrack also offers tracked engine units. With these units, several electric machines can be powered.

 

Lindner releases the ‘Urraco’ 4000 with ‘E-Drive’

Urraco 4000 is Lindner’s new mobile mid-range model and will be presented at IFAT. This model features optional plug and play E-Drive. Lindner states that the tracked chassis is powered by its own independent power unit thereby making it easy to take the shredder to its destination by quickly plugging it in and starting operation. The model also features facilitated accessibility to maintenance areas. Moreover, the twin shaft system, combined with the optimised material intake, shreds bulky and high volume materials. Thanks to the model’s extended operation area, feeding by a wheel loader is possible. The Urraco 4000 can be used to process such materials as waste wood, bulky waste and C&I.

 

Electric drive jaw crushers from Omega

Omega Crushing and Screening has developed a range of plug in, dual power, electric drive jaw crushers. The machines are powered by the mains electrical supply or an on board generator with all main components being electrically driven. The range includes the J1065S (modular, static), the J1065M (wheeled) and the J1065T (tracked). The J1065S consists of the J1065 jaw crusher fitted in a modular assembly. With transport dimensions of 12.16m (length) and 2.55m (width) and a weight of 32,000kg, the wheeled J1065M can be transported like a normal trailer. The J1065T tracked crusher weighs in at 30,000kg and features a 3.8m³ hydraulic folding, Hardox lined hopper, a 900mm discharge conveyor and a 600mm fines conveyor. The main conveyor can be raised and lowered hydraulically for rebar clearance and is also fitted with an overband magnet separator. The wheeled and tracked models share a dual power option, meaning they can run off an on-board 220kVa power pack with a Stage V/Tier 5 Deutz engine. The machines all use the J1065 single toggle jaw crusher unit with a feed opening of 1,000 x 650mm. It is driven by a 90kW electric motor. The crusher achieves an output of approximately 200t/h.

 

Metso Outotec develops new electric ‘Lokotrack’ range

Metso Outotec is conducting a programme to develop a new range of electrically driven track mounted crushers and screens. The new Lokotrack range will be built on a platform that Metso Outotec has been developing since 2020 with a total R&D investment of €20M. The platform concept has now been developed with Metso Outotec currently entering the design phase of the first new products. The next generation Lokotrack range is being designed to address the needs of Metso Outotec’s crushing and screening customers by providing new easy to use diesel electric equipment.

 

New jaw crusher and cone crusher from Kleemann

The jaw crusher ‘Mobicat’ MC 110(i) ‘Evo2’ and the cone crusher ‘Mobicone’ MCO 90(i) Evo2 are tuned to one another with regard to the transport points of the material. The jaw crusher has the exact amount of power to utilise the cone crusher in the second crushing stage. The MC 110 Evo2 can adjust its crushing gap hydraulically by up to 180mm. The MCO 90 Evo2 can cover a gap range of 6mm to 45mm with its new crushing tools. The crushing operation of both plants is optimised automatically by the innovative feed control ‘Continuous Feed System’. The filling level of the crushing chambers is monitored, and when the filling level reaches a height that can be defined in advance, the material feed of the machine is adjusted. At the German Design Awards, the Mobicat MC 110(i) Evo2 received the Gold Award and the Mobicone MCO 90(i) Evo2 received a ‘special mention’. Furthermore, the new plants also received the Good Design Award.

In other news, the operating concept ‘Spective’ has been extended to the mobile impact crushers ‘Mobirex’ MR 110/130(i) Evo2 by ‘Spective Connect’ with process information and reporting being able to be displayed on a smartphone.

 

Sandvik mobile jaw crusher delivered to Brewster Bros

Brewster Bros has taken delivery of a QJ341 mobile jaw crusher for its recycling operation in Livingston, Scotland. It comes with a load control system for the feeder drive and jaw level sensor, and a PLC control system combined with ‘My Fleet’ telematics. The data included with My Fleet, which comes with seven year’s data subscription, enables remote monitoring and, according to Sandvik, minimal operator intervention. Featuring a 1,200mm x 750mm jaw, it has a hydraulically adjustable CSS (closed side setting) and reverse crush function. The model is equipped with an emissions compliant engine. Also, Sandvik mobile crushers and screens have announced the use of hydro treated vegetable oil. Sandvik states that by using this low carbon renewable fuel it is possible to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 90% over the life cycle of the fuel compared to fossil diesel (according to EU Renewable Energy Directive (2009/28/EC)). This can be used as a drop in replacement over diesel, without the need to change the engine or fuel systems.

 

MDS International rebranded to MDS – A Terex brand

MDS is undergoing major changes following its acquisition by Terex in 2021. With the changes ongoing they are also rebranding. The colours used in the new logo represent Terex and the values represented by MDS, as well as showcasing the MDS heavy duty drums. The new livery will retain the old MDS colour while introducing a Terex grey, giving a modern, two tone effect as well as a consistent look across all its models. As part of this rebrand, a new website and social handles will be introduced.

 

Metso Outotec acquires Tesab Engineering Ltd

Metso Outotec has signed an agreement to acquire Tesab Engineering Ltd, a Northern Ireland based company offering mobile crushing equipment for aggregates applications. With the acquisition, Metso Outotec will complement its current offering in the mobile crushing and screening market. Tesab’s product portfolio includes mobile jaw, impact and cone crushers, mobile screens, scalpers and stackers. Tesab will continue as an independent brand within Metso Outotec and manage its own distribution network.

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