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Anaconda scalping screen for KKB Group

Anaconda scalping screen

Recycling operator purchases new DF410 tracked screener for flexibility and cost-efficient operation

KENT-based KKB Group, specialists in waste-management, plant hire and aggregates production, have taken delivery of an Anaconda DF410 scalping screen from local dealers RK6.

KKB Group had the challenging task to ensure the screen chosen was not only compact and easy to move around, but also able to handle difficult applications and perform at a rate to complete jobs as quickly and economically as possible.

A spokesman for KKB Group said: ‘We decided that the company needed to invest in a compact scalping screen to minimize the footprint it needed on site as more and more sites are space restrictive. We also required a robust screen which was easy to move from site to site and could get through a pile of material quickly and cost effectively. Having looked at what was on offer, we were most impressed by the look and performance of the Anaconda screen so that’s what we went with.’

The DF410 is a robust, versatile tracked screener offering three-way screening and stockpiling of a wide range of materials, including demolition waste, crushed rock, sand and gravel, topsoil, compost and coal. Key features of the machine include: a heavy-duty feeder complete with impact bed; a drop down end-plate for direct feed from crushers; and variable speed belt control.

The screenbox offers a range of screening media such as woven mesh, punch plate, bofor decks or a finger screen option. Fitted with either a Deutz or JCB engine, the screen can process up to 250 tonnes/h.

Commenting on the recent purchase by KKB Group, Paul Donnelly of RK6 said: ‘The DF410 is the first screener Anaconda developed and is today still the most popular product in their range…We are very grateful to KKB for choosing RK6 on this occasion and we hope that we can develop a long and mutually beneficial relationship for the future.’

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