Highlights include belt drums, which drive kilometre-long conveyor belts round the clock, and the new SM 620 K Plus mobile chain sieving machine that can handle and sort earth, gravel and sand, as well as construction rubble and mixed construction site waste.
“We have modified our separating machines to match the demands of the sand and gravel quarrying industries”, reported Thomas Willeke, Marketing Manager at Doppstadt. In practice, this means more output in less time. Increased job volume also makes it possible to load the machines using large-scale wheel loading scoops. The huge funnels can be filled non-stop, and the separating drums can take in and output more rubble in a shorter space of time. The discharge conveyors at the rear, and on the side, have been extended so that the heap of rubble can expand to almost a quarter higher and wider than before, and therefore doesn’t need to be cleared away quite so often. As a result, throughput is increased.
The mobile sorting systems separate out construction materials, gravel, stones and earth. They are ideal if you change site frequently, or when different separating tasks are required. If necessary, these machines can be converted quickly and efficiently. They are also easy to use and maintain. And, if our customers request this as an option, our telematic system means Doppstadt can monitor its machines, no matter where they are in the world, and provide support as soon as a problem is identified.
Separating machines with high throughput rates speed up the working process
At Steinexpo, Doppstadt will introduce its new SM 620 K Plus mobile chain model, whose input funnel can handle more than seven cubic metres of rubble. The official market launch is planned for October 2017. Doppstadt’s complete product portfolio encompasses separating machines in every performance class currently found in the market for sorting mixed materials by grain size and multiple fractions. These machines can separate out almost any initial material into up to six fractions.
There’s no need to use tools to replace the sieving drums, so it takes less than 15 minutes to convert these machines to handle a new task. And they comply with all the currently applicable emission standards: each of our machines is fitted with Deutz motors which meet either EU level III or IV or US EPA level 4 and level 4 final.
Every belt drum is unique
Doppstadt will also be presenting information about its conveyor technology portfolio at the trade fair: Doppstadt belt drums drive kilometre-long conveyor belts, right round the clock. They are installed in conveyor systems and construction machines involved in the mining industry, and the storage and processing of raw materials and also used in transport systems such as overburden spreaders, mining equipment or main and bench conveyors.
Every drum is unique and tailor-made to meet specific requirements. By being expert in its own development and production methods, Doppstadt can implement even the most specialised requirements in-house, and therefore guarantee that the drums have a long and effective working life.”It’s the manufacturing quality that is the decisive factor in a drum’s working life. Our drums usually run for more than a decade, which puts us right out at the front of our market”, explained Jörg Amend, Manager of the Belt Drum business division at Doppstadt.
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Doppstadt is a modern enterprise with tradition. In 1965 Werner Doppstadt founded an agricultural company at Velbert, which today is a worldwide leading partner in the field of environmental technology. Competent, highly motivated employees plan, realize and produce recycling machines and plants – mobile and stationary – for processing various ...