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CDE previews AGG1 product showcase, education session

By |  March 1, 2022
CDE says the paddles on its AggMax modular logwasher allows for consistent material loading and the paddle shape ensures maximum attrition with even the heaviest clay-bound feed material. Photo: CDE

CDE says the paddles on its AggMax modular logwasher allows for consistent material loading and the paddle shape ensures maximum attrition with even the heaviest clay-bound feed material. Photo: CDE

CDE, a supplier of sand and aggregate wet processing solutions for the natural processing and waste recycling sectors, will showcase several pieces of equipment at AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo in Nashville, Tennessee, next month.

The company will highlight its dewatering Infinity Screen, the paddles from its AggMax modular logwasher and its Infinity Screen D1-63.

CDE says its AggMax technology is engineered to operate in tough conditions to maximize product yield from abrasive feedstocks. Combining feeding, scrubbing, screening, and sizing on one chassis, the AggMax is suitable for a variety of material streams.

At AGG1, attendees can observe the spiral alignment of the AggMax paddles, which reduce the shock of intermitting loads on the gearbox, motor and bearings. This design ensures consistent material loading and the paddle shape ensures maximum attrition with even the heaviest clay-bound feed material, according to the company. It adds that each paddle incorporates integrated wear protection plates to protect fixings.

CDE launched its Infinity Screen range to the market after securing a global patent for the construction of the screen sidewalls. Their bolted design includes zero welds and are galvanized as standard, resulting in a stronger but lighter screen that requires less power. CDE says these features make the range different and serve to maximize plant life and plant availability while minimizing time required for maintenance.

Education session

Alongside its product showcase, Darren Eastwood, business development director for CDE, will host an educational session on the topic of sustainable aggregate production at 12:30 p.m. on March 30.

The company says Eastwood will outline how construction materials recovered from waste can meet market requirements when supported with appropriate processing practices and advanced wet processing technology.

With examples of customers utilizing CDE technology, he will demonstrate how recycled sand and aggregates recovered from construction, demolition and excavation waste are suitable for construction and infrastructure projects.

“Through our on-display equipment and upcoming talk we hope to showcase the economic and environmental benefits of CDE technology and how these innovations are being applied by sand and aggregates producers around the world to maximize their resources,” Eastwood says. “We will be presenting two cutting-edge pieces of CDE technology that are fundamental to ensuring our plants deliver superior performance for our customers and demonstrate our commitment to engineering excellence.”

Jack Kopanski

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Jack Kopanski is the Managing Editor for Pit & Quarry and Portable Plants. Kopanski can be reached at 216-706-3756 or jkopanski@northcoastmedia.net.

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