Scalping screen launched at Hillhead 2010 continues to garner interest from around the world
NORTHERN Ireland-based Anaconda equipment say they have continued to experience great demand for their DF410 tracked scalping screen since its launch at the Hillhead 2010 exhibition in Buxton, England.
The compact screener’s latest outing was at this year’s CONEXPO exhibition in Las Vegas, in March, where once again interest in the product was said to be very high.
The DF410 features a 10ft x 4ft two-deck screenbox, which, according to Anaconda, is the largest screenbox in its class for an entry-level screener.
According to Anaconda, the high level of demand for the unit around the globe is due to the machine’s throughput capacity and ability to handle a wide variety of material types for processing, as well as the fact that it can be shipped in a standard 40ft High Cube container without any breakdown, which improves set-up time on site.
The DF410 is one of three tracked screening units now available from Anaconda, the other two being the SR410 aggregate screen and the TD516 trommel screen. These sit alongside and complement the company’s well established range of wheeled and tracked stockpiling conveyors.