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Recycling in a single operation

Dial-a-dump Industries was the first organisation in Australia to obtain a Kleemann machine, a Mobiscreen MS 20 Z-AD in December 2004. After a visit to Bauma 2010, the owner of Dial-a-dump Industries, Ian Malouf, viewed the new EVO range of impact crushers from Kleemann and shortly after the show placed an order for the new MR 130 ZS EVO. In December 2010, Dial-a-dump took delivery of the Kleemann MR 130 ZS EVO tracked impact crusher to crush various C&D materials at the Alexandria location.

The recycling facility at Alexandria accepts C&D materials, asphalt and general rubble from customers in the Sydney greater metropolitan area. The C&D materials are supplied to the MR 130 ZS EVO in sizes up to (and occasionally greater than) 500mm. All materials can contain various concentrations of ferrous, plastic and organic material. The feed materials receive basic pre-processing including removal (and breakdown) of larger pieces, removal of plastic and organic materials.

Material can be fed into the MR 130 ZS EVO at rates up to 300 tonnes per hour, where the machine processes the material into two or three products. The MR 130 ZS EVO is a mobile impact crusher with a large independent double deck pre-screen and six metre side conveyor, a single deck outfeed screen with a return/oversize stockpile conveyor and full electronic/hydraulic controls.

The independent double deck pre-screen can be fitted with a punch plate, grizzly or blanking plate on the top deck and a mesh or blanking sheet on the lower deck for removal of fines and undersize material from the feed materials. The single deck outfeed screen is fitted with a mesh to remove oversize material and either return it to the feed hopper or by swinging the return conveyor, send to a stockpile.

Depending upon the screen mesh and punch plate fitted, crushed concrete, asphalt and rubble products in various gradings up to 60mm are produced.

Source: Wirtgen Australia

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