Back to Basics with Doppstadt

By Steve Ducker20 December 2017

For businesses looking to screen medium quantities of light materials, Doppstadt has a solution that it says concentrates on what matters most but offers retrofitting possibilities where required.

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The Basic 518 has a compact design for container shipment

It has been developed for applications in smaller enterprises or recycling plants looking to recycle from recovered construction materials.

The Basic 518 is driven by a powerful Cat diesel engine. The feeding hopper accommodates 4 cu m (141 cu ft) of material, which is separated in two fractions and discharged by the rear and front conveyor.

Fines are discharged directly to the front side by a long lower conveyor, the oversize is discharged to a rear conveyor, which can be changed from right to left. The compact design facilitates the machine operation and reduces maintenance. For more than the standard equipment, the basic solution can easily be retrofitted.

The Basic 518 screen is also designed for container shipment. It fits in standardised 12 m (40 ft) high cube sea freight containers and it can be transported anywhere by low loader.

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