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D:MAX Mobile Screening & Classification System

The D:MAX technology ensures maximum solids removal and dewatering of waste across a variety of troublesome waste streams.
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The industry standard solution for the removal of solids from liquid wastes in-situ.

The D:MAX has been delivering for utilities and contractors for over 15 years. It can be applied to process a variety of materials including:

  • Lagoon / Pond Emptying Solids
  • Storm Screenings
  • AD Settled Residues
  • Tank Cleanout Residue
  • Municipal Solids

Reduces Operational Costs

Carbon footprint and transport costs are reduced with the D:MAX as it can be easily moved around a number of sites if required, facilitating processing in-situ at a variety of locations. This minimises the transport movements required to bring waste material to a processing site and recovers 80% of grit meaning less waste to dispose of. Operations are accelerated by separating waste solids from liquid on site rather than transporting all waste off site.

Reduced solids passing through pumps, tanks and cyclones reduces wear and the requirement for unnecessary maintenance. Grit, sand and plastics are removed in the pre-treatment stage, maintaining capacity in tanks further down the treatment line for biomass power generation.

Return on Investment

The D:MAX produces a dewatered grit product suitable for a variety of further applications. This material can represent up to 90% of the total waste; recovery of this material alone has a huge impact on the volumes of waste to be sent to landfill.

This dewatered grit from the D:MAX creates new markets for classified and dewatered products. Legislation from Environmental Agencies has designated classified and dewatered grit as a ‘Low Risk Waste’ therefore allowing its use on a range of construction projects. Classified grit material can also be sold to the agricultural market.

THE D:MAX IN ACTION
THIS IS HOW WE DO IT
ADAPTABLE
Variable Speed Drives conserve energy and ensure the D:MAX system can adapt to accommodate surges of rag or grit and variation in feed material.
EFFICIENT POWER USAGE
Rosta screen mounts ensure the maximum transfer of energy to the material on the screen guaranteeing the most efficient use of power. Integrated pump allows for immediate discharge.
ADDED FLEXIBILITY
The telescopic product conveyor gives the D:MAX an added degree of flexibility to cope with the individual requirements of the site it is operating on. This can be deployed on either side of the D:MAX
SAFE MAINTENANCE ACCESS
Standard compliant walkways to ensure quick, easy and safe access for maintenance. Walkways and safety lights retract for transport.
EASE OF OPERATION
The D:MAX comes equipped with its own onboard generator for ease of operation; this also provides additional flexibility on site to run ancillary equipment.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION OF D:MAX Mobile Screening & Classification System

 

D:MAXSpecification
Weight (tonnes)27
SpraybarsWater RequirementPressure Requirement
17l/s3-4 bar
Optional Spraybar WaterYes
Dry FeedPossible with optional feed hopper
System Power150 kVA

Efficient Mobile Screening

The D:MAX system can adapt to accommodate surges of rag or grit and variation in feed material so requires less intervention from operators.

Maximum solids removal and dewatering of the grit & rag material means minimum waste volumes and D:MAX ensures the waste going to landfill is now drier and easier to manage. The pre-treatment of waste prior to disposal is a requirement from many global landfill directives and the introduction of the D:MAX ensures all requirements are exceeded in terms of the level of treatment afforded to the feed material.

“The benefit of the D:MAX is the classification; to be able to remove the rag and grit from the stream allows us to separate our flows. With the D:MAX operational now, it has improved our throughput. Originally, when we were pumping straight to the balance tank, we were only able to process 1 truckload per day, now with the D:MAX we can fill 3-4 truckloads per day.”
Phil Connor, Production Supervisor, Conhur, Australia