The mineral raw materials are positioned right at the forefront of the value adding chain - currently approx. 90% of these are used in the building industry. Sustainable raw material exploitation exists under the following boundary conditions:
- Utilizing existing, finite resources as efficiently as possible
- The time for acquiring a license for extending quarries can take many years.
- The operating time for quarry areas that have already been approved must be prolonged
- Existing waste piles contain valuable raw materials or block spaces inside the quarry
In this case it is the objective to separate the material of an overburden dump, a previously unusable mineral mix, into 2 fractions. The useful rock (oversized grain) is made available for further processing, whereas the undersized grain, a stone-soil mix, can be deposited.
Loaded material: Material mix interspersed with loam/soil with a 70 / 400 mm grain size
Target material: Stones with a grain size 70 / 400 mm
- Consistency of the material (dry, wet, with or without impurities) without any influence on the screening result
- Can also be used with materials that have not been pre-treated
- By adjusting the inclination one can react to different material properties
- Machine running times/availability can be multiplied by all-year use
- Self-cleaning system due to an active screen gap
- Homogeneous separation reduces the required floor space, e.g. within quarries > saving resources/optimizes the material gain
- Pre-separation/dosing for subsequent processes
Further examples for use can be found here:
- Use in top overburden and stockpile reduction
- Cleaning layers in a quarry
The mobile SPLITTER HOOK reaches highest screening performance on the smallest screening area. Thanks to its robust design it is able to process heavy screening materials like mixed building rubble, scrap metal and slag most effectively.