Construction waste treatment

Wheel loaders with 3-5 m³ bucket capacity are generally used at recycling sites and landfills, so the choice is usually made for our bigger modell. Usually, two approaches are used:

Improving the quality of the recycled end product with small mesh size (20 or 25 mm) to separate the fines from the rubble mixture. This lowers the sulphate levels of the final product and improves grain composition, as well as protecting the crusher, as the fines in the crusher would cause higher wear and lower performance.

Increasing the recycling rate is another goal and is usually achieved with larger mesh sizes (50 or 60 mm). The fine fraction can often be used again as backfill material and the oversize grain can be fed to the crushing process. This saves disposal costs and the same additional benefit occurs, the crusheris spared and the end product is of higher quality.

Rubble screening - to increase quality and reduce crusher wear - 20x20 mm mesh

Construction waste treatment with Volvo 180 and the new SBR 4 - quieter, faster and cleaner - 40x40 mm mesh

Construction rubble procession - to increase the quality and reduce crusher wearing

Separate rubble from contaminated fines - SBR 2 at Heinrich Feeß - Quality in rubble recycling

Separating soil and construction rubble - saves disposal costs - protects the environment

Separate rubble from contaminated fines - save landfill costs - make rubble usable

Similar to the big brother, the SBR 3 is not afraid of coarse rubble.

The SBR 3 is more handy in mobile use - here in cooperation with a RubbleMaster RM100 crusher

On the next page you will find application information for soil treatment.

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