Processing of excavation and soil

The treatment of excavation is steadily increasing, in particular it helps to minimize tipping costs. Disposal costs are increasing nationwide as backfilling capacities are shrinking and new landfills are only created in a few places. Thus, the treatment with our screening machine can reduce the amount of material to be disposed of or first create the acceptance requirements required by the respective landfill.

In mobile use in civil engineering and road construction, it is also important to keep logistics costs low. In the best case, the fractions of the excavated mixture after the separation can be installed on site again, coarse rock, for example in hydraulic engineering, the soil for reclamation. But even if it is only about to get excavation stone-free before reinstalling, usually a large part of the transport costs can be omitted. The construction project is being implemented more favorably and is less dependent on deliveries of raw materials and less polluting the environment and road traffic.

The choice between SBR 3 and SBR 4 depends primarily on the available wheel loader, which means that the SBR 2 is used more frequently at recycling plants and the SBR 3, with lower transport dimensions and total weight, has its strengths in mobile use with wheel loaders about 1m³ bucket capacity.

SBR 3: Excavation processing on site - fines can be reinstalled

SBR 3: Comparison to the above video, same material, but very humid, lower stone content and 20 mm mesh size (instead of 25 mm)

SBR 3: Even cohesive excavation can be processed with some patience

SBR 3: also in combination with an excavator and wheel loader - especially for larger projects

Soil preparation - SBR 4 in the recycling center - ready for use at any time

SBR 4 for overburden processing - keeps valuable minerals in the cycle

SBR 2: Soil-rubble mixture processing and recycling - saves disposal costs - protects the environment

Also feedable by excavator - in use at Eurovia road construction

On the next page you will find application information for the treatment of grit, gravel and rock.

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