Home About Us E-Catalog References News Contact Us
concrete batching viber
concrete batching whatsapp
info@constmach.com
+90 542 7661315
Mobile Concrete Plants

CONSTMACH Dewatering Screens & Hydrocyclones are excellent solutions for washing the fine materials with up to 7 mm size. The biggest advantage of choosing Dewatering Screens & Hydrocyclones in fine material washing applications is to save the particuls in sand even with 50 microns size. This helps to user to do production according to any type of project requirements since to keep the micronized material inside the sand after washing is so difficult result with classical washing systems such as screw, wheel etc. Features of CONSTMACH Dewatering Screens & Hydrocyclones.
  • Micronized material saving,
  • Water saving,
  • Low power & water consumption;
  • Ease of maintenance.
  • Long life PU screen meshes
  • Dry final material which is easy to stock

You can see the general layout, transport information and photos of Dewatering Screens & Hydrocyclones by clicking the related tabs and you can request a quotation by clicking REQUEST A QUOTE tabs.


DEWATERING SCREENS & HYDROCYCLONES TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  MODEL

DEWATERING SCREEN

HYDROCYCLONE

Water Pump (kW)

Motor Power (kW)

Capacity (ton/hour)

CDS - 1225

1.200 x 2.500

15”

5,5

5,5

60-80

CDS - 1635

1.600 x 3.500

26”

7,5

7,5

100 - 150

CDS - 2040

2.000 x 4.000

26”

11

11

150-200


Mobile Concrete Plants

DEWATERING SCREENS & HYDROCYCLONES MAIN SIZES

MODEL

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

CDS - 1225

5.000

1.950

2.200

1.350

6.040

1.100

1.350

3.110

6.500

CDS - 1635

5.080

2.760

3.110

1.280

7.070

1.380

1.730

3.515

6.790

CDS - 2040

5.080

3.070

3.415

1.300

7.525

1.620

1.970

3.870

6.830


Our shipping friendly wheel washers minimize the transport cost of our clients with its modular structure and availablity to be shipped within closed truck trailers and 40 ft OT containers.

Mobile Concrete Plants

"Please fill in the below form to send your quotation request for Dewatering Screens & Hydrocyclones"