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Introducing the Remu Combi E8 screening plant

What is your product?

Combi E8 is a non-clogging screening plant for preparing topsoil and processing various waste materials.

How does it work?

New re-engineered solutions have increased screening capacity by a wider 950mm screening table and a new 2.6 cubic metres feeder unit. Depending on the configuration of the screening element, the blade spacing can be 15mm to 100mm. Grain size of screened material is approximately 8mm smaller than blade spacing.  Screened fines will continue to the fines material conveyor while oversize will be conveyed to the side of the plant.

Where would it ideally be used?

It is ideal for preparing topsoil and processing various waste materials.

How is it different?

The function of the screening plant is based on rotating blades. Unlike other star screens, the blades of the Remu screening plants are always made from wear resistant steel.  A powerful 82 HP (61 kW) CAT C4.4 engine is at the heart of the Combi E8. 

What benefits does it offer? 

A large engine bay and double doors give easy access to the service points.  The structure of the Combi is very compact, but it can reach the capacity of 300 cubic metres per hour.  Both conveyors can be folded up for transportation.

Where has it been used?

The Finnish earthmoving company Mäki-Uuro Oy has bought the first Remu Combi E8, which was launched at Bauma 2013, the international construction machinery show held in Germany, and where it was proudly delivered to Mr Mäki-Uuro.

Cost?

The Combi E8 is available to buy from €135,000 (£114,800)

What about maintenance?

Worsley Plant offer support on a national basis with a comprehensive next day parts service.

What is its life span?

When used properly the life-span of the whole plant, excluding wear parts, without any greater maintenance requirements needed is 10,000+hrs and 15+ years. The greatest maintenance requirements needed are the annual oil changes.

The wear parts, like belt scrapers or the screening table rotors are very material dependent. However, with this new machine the rotors are made of wear resistance steel instead of rubber, so they have a longer life expectance than the rubber discs that some of our competitors are using.

How is it future-proofed?

Due to legislation we have to collaborate with the local dealers to make sure that the plant fulfills the requirements needed now and also in the future.

How many have you sold and where?

It is a new product that has just launched so hopefully there will be sales in the waste management, construction and recycling industries.

www.worsleyplant.co.uk

www.remu.fi

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