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03 June 2016

CDE’s latest M-Series developments at Hillhead 2016

First publishedon www.AggBusiness.com
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CDE Global M2500 E5X M-Series wash plant
CDE Global will be at Hillhead 2016 with the M2500 E5X M-Series wash plant
Materials washing specialist CDE Global will be unveiling further developments in its modular M-Series washing plant range during Hillhead 2016.

Since its launch at the bauma exhibition in Munich in 2010, the M2500 has achieved global recognition thanks to its compact footprint, efficient transfer of materials from one processing phase to another and the use of clean, electric power. The range has since been expanded and visitors to Hillhead 2016 will see how the M-Series models now have an increased range of applications. The M2500 is already installed in plants in quarrying, mining and C&D waste recycling sectors worldwide.

The M-Series model on display at Hillhead 2016 will be the M2500 E5X which has been developed by Northern Ireland-headquartered CDE Global  to produce up to five washed and classified products. Other developments include a refined chassis design to allow for rapid installation, easy transportation and minimal civils requirements. Operator efficiency has also been taken into consideration with 900mm wide walkways which allow for safe and easy access to all parts of the plant, and lightweight GRP guards which are easy for one person to remove and replace for efficient maintenance and inspection.

Matt Bunting, director of CDE Global business development UK & Ireland, said: “We are proud to be displaying the M2500 E5X which is the output of a three-year R&D cycle. The M2500 is one of our core products which is very well established in the UK & Ireland with applications processing sand & gravel and recycling construction and demolition waste.”

This M2500 model incorporates patented Infinity screening technology on both the P-Line inclined sizing screen and D-Line dewatering screen. These innovative screens include patented Trilogy side wall construction said to eliminate the need for welds, ensuring maximum equipment life and removing unnecessary weight, thus reducing power consumption. Welds are also eliminated from the U-span cross members which are built for superior abrasion resistance and fixed to the screen side walls using huck bolts. The range of 14 elliptical, circular and linear motion Infinity screens are all galvanised as standard, guaranteeing the longest possible lifespan. The P-Line screen on the M2500 uses the CDE VibroCentric drive system which removes unnecessary weight, delivering a higher power to weight ratio. The D-Line dewatering screen utilises the innovative VibroSync motor bridge which ensures an even distribution of power across the full screening area for superior performance.

Speaking about the CDE stand, Bunting added: “We have a long record of exhibiting at Hillhead with the UK & Ireland being our home market it serves as an excellent platform to share our latest developments and innovations with a large audience. Over the last year we have seen the recovery of the construction sector which is predicted to continue to grow for at least the next five years, giving us confidence in the UK and Ireland as a strong growth market going forward.”

The CDE stand is located in the main quarry area, stand number T1. Bunting and the UK and Ireland team will be available throughout the three-day event (28-30 June 2016) to provide further information on the latest CDE range.

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