C&D Recycling News
Superior Industries Inc., a U.S. based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, says it's ready to debut two new tracked conveyor models. Joining the manufacturer's top-selling line of portable conveying solutions are a 75-foot (23m) tracked stacker and an 8-by-16-foot (2.4 x 4.9m) tracked feed hopper.
Delegates from all over the world joined together at the inaugural Circular Driven Economy Symposium in London on the 18th - 19th September, to learn more about the opportunities in recovered construction and demolition waste material (C&D waste). Speakers from research bodies like SINTEF, academic institutions like Queen's University Belfast, construction and manufacturing firms like LafargeHolcim and Mapei, and the European Commission all provided plenty for delegates to think about.
The capabilities of ALLU'srange of Processors and Transformers will be on display at bauma China 2018, Stand A19. As the largest trade show in Asia, bauma China will set the stage for ALLU to show first-hand how its equipment can help construction companies maximise their business, whatever the application.
Morbark's Demo Days event always brings a great deal of excitement to the area and its guests, and this year was no exception! From September 26-28, Morbark welcomed more than 250 guests within the forestry, biomass, recycling, sawmill and tree care industries from 14 countries for its 12th Demo Days event!
McCloskey has taken the next big step in its industry leading designs by adding the groundbreaking new All-Terrain Stackers to its line-up. Blending the benefits of onsite track mobility with the high productivity of a radial conveyor, the All-Terrain Stackers allow the conveyor to switch from track mode to radial in seconds.
CDE Global has landed in Texas, with big plans for the North American screening and washing marketplace. The Northern Ireland-based manufacturer of washing plants for aggregates, recycling and mining operations marked the grand opening of its new North American headquarters in Cleburne, Texas with a celebration for staff and customers.
Austria-based company Rockster Recycler GmbH has developed a wind sifter for their mobile crushers. With relatively little effort, final products produced can be significantly increased in value. Partially unavoidable contamination in crushed materials are simply "blown away." The wind sifter RVB1700 separates non-mineral components, including paper, wood or foils, from crushed material. This results in a cleaner and higher quality final product, whereby non-mineral substances are separated from mineral substances.
Kinshofer offers its D-Series grapples with a new light, compact and flexible shell, ideal for sorting and demolition. The attachments feature 360-degree endless rotation for precise positioning to give construction, demolition and recycling contractors optimal control when grabbing materials. D-series grapples are available for 4,400-pound (2-ton) to 176,000-pound (80-ton) excavators.
The new MAXAM MS706 CONSTRUCTION PRO solid skid-steer tire is ideal for the most extreme applications. According to MAXAM Tire North America, the all-new MS706 features extra deep tread, allowing for 3 to 5 times longer tire life versus traditional pneumatic tires with a more robust tread pattern specifically designed for harsh working applications, including asphalt recycling, road paving, concrete work and metal recycling centres.
In March 2018 Keestrack, the Belgium-based specialist in mobile processing technology, signed a dealership agreement with JCE Co, Ltd. based in Kanagawa near Tokyo. JCE now distributes Keestrack's whole range of tracked mobile crushers and screens and provides full customer service through its nationwide aftersales network.
The Construction & Demolition Recycling Association (CDRA) has made available to members detailed guidance documents on the small particle sized materials from recycling construction and demolition materials while providing other interested parties Executive Summaries of the papers on the organization's website.
Mobile, track-mounted impact crushing plants are the most common type of crusher used in a range of recycling and construction applications, including C&D, concrete and asphalt recycling. Today's compact, low-weight, highly mobile plants are easy to transport, offer fast loading and short setup times, and are ideal for operation in urban environments, roadside, on construction sites and at the recycling yard.
The REMAX tracked mobile impact crushers made by SBM Mineral Processing offer efficient and unique features that make them popular among operators, according to the company. Recently, the models have another update. The SBM REMAX 400 is a performance-optimized, medium-class crusher for quarries and recycling of construction materials. In comparison to the previously well-established REMAX 1312, the new model has received improvements to key components such as the crusher, drive system and transportability. In addition to its outstanding technical features, the REMAX 400 is also an excellent choice for transporting on the road.