At bauma 2019, CDE launched a new intelligent wet processing plant featuring the manufacturer's pioneering next generation technology. The new plant utilises advances in machine learning and the Internet of Things (IoT) to monitor and automate previously manual processes, for application in quarries, mines and recycling operations. Enabling the plant to make smart decisions in real time, this latest model can boost productivity by up to 40 percent with a payback period of under six months. (Based on outcome for a beta testing customer in Europe.)
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Constantly evolving, sector defining equipment, a dynamic and innovative team, award winning business management and unrivalled dedication to giving clients a professional experience. These factors have made us the world’s leading washing materials company.
The market for washing equipment is extensive with the company having sold, installed and commissioned more compact washing plants than any other company in the world including a range of turn-key sand and aggregate plants, in-spec sand classification plants, specialist sand production systems, secondary aggregate recycling, dust washing solutions and water treatment and filtration solutions.
Our equipment has applications across a wide range of materials and is delivering significant efficiencies in the construction & recycling, mining, specialist industrial sands and environmental sectors.
Constantly challenging industry assumptions to develop new ways to solve old problems, we have a track record in bringing new processing systems to the industry – a track record in creating the new normal. This is in evidence across our product range and project portfolio with the M2500 mobile washing plant, RotoMax logwasher, AggMax portable logwasher and AquaCycle thickener being some examples.
Our customers range from small one-off quarry owners to large construction material suppliers such as Cemex and Lafarge Cement. We operate in 4 sectors across the 7 global regions.
AggMax portable logwasher / AggMax 80
M2500 Mobile Washing Plant / M2500 E4
R2500 Primary Screening Unit
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CDE Global has landed in Texas, with big plans for the North American screening and washing marketplace. The Northern Ireland-based manufacturer of washing plants for aggregates, recycling and mining operations marked the grand opening of its new North American headquarters in Cleburne, Texas with a celebration for staff and customers.
This C&D recycling plant on the outskirts of Glasgow operates at a capacity of 120 tonnes per hour and includes closed circuit water treatment and recycling.
CDE has launched theircase study demonstrating how construction, demolition and excavation waste can be re-used in high value construction applications. Filmed in conjunction with The Sheehan Group, a family-run business, specialising in construction and civil engineering, viewers have the opportunity to watch the full process from the removal of waste materials from a construction site, recycling the waste materials by wet processing and to their reuse in a residential construction project.
CDE USA to mark 25th anniversary and showcase latest materials processing solutions at AGG1 Academy & Expo
CDE is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and will showcase its most recent innovations at the 2018 AGG1 Academy & Expo in Houston, Texas, from March 6 to 8, 2018. The CDE USA hub will also introduce its team, which will double in size in 2018 and is located across two offices to better serve the company's growing North American market.
CDE will once again participate in CONEXPO-CON/AGG where the company will unveil its latest innovation, the CDE M5500 wash plant that can produce up to 550 tons per hour of washed materials on a single chassis. A selection of Infinity screens, the company’s new development in screening technology, will also be launched on the North American market along with other technological surprises.
CDE Mining has announced a new project with Australian company Arrium Mining to process almost 17 million tons of low grade iron ore fines currently stockpiled in waste dumps and convert it into saleable product. The investment involves the provision of two new processing plants in Australia. The first new plant is to be located at Arrium Mining’s Iron Knob mining location processing the substantive stockpiles of low grade iron ore that have accumulated over the life of the mining of the Iron Monarch and Iron Princess deposits - mining of the Iron Monarch first commenced in 1899.
On Thursday 15th September CDE attended the first meeting of the EU-funded, RE4 Project in Brindisi, Italy. Over the next three and a half years CDE says they will contribute to the group to develop new technologies to increase the reuse and recycling of construction & demolition waste material in energy-efficient prefabricated elements for building refurbishment and construction.
When most people look at an expanse of construction, demolition and excavation material they see only waste. Andrew Thompson, Director at William Thompson & Son, is able to see things differently -- especially since he introduced a CDE C&D waste recycling plant to his operations. “This material which was once left unused can now be washed, screened and sorted into a range of valuable products.”
A CDE 300 tons-per-hour washing plant for construction and demolition waste was purchased by Norway-based Velde Pukk in late 2014 and is the first of its kind in the country.
Materials washing specialist, CDE Global has announced that it has increased its product assembly space by 32% to allow for the production of 60 additional machines every year.
Earlier in 2015, CDE commissioned a new wash plant for C.O. Williams to process material from an existing crushing operation at Lear’s Quarry in Barbados. The company operates a 250 tonnes per hour crushing plant processing coral limestone. This produces over 35,000 tonnes of aggregates per month and the company also produces more than 18,000 tonnes of asphalt per year. The existing crushing plant produces a large quantity of minus 6mm material with very high fines content and as a result this material was stockpiled as a waste product on site.
This past spring, the European Quality Association for Recycling (EQAR) held their annual conference in Rotterdam where CDE Global was recognized for recent innovations introduced to their equipment for the recycling of construction, demolition and excavation waste (CD&E waste). The award was given in recognition of the various product innovations launched by CDE Global and first introduced on a recently completed project in Stuttgart, Germany for Feess Erdbau GmbH.