Maximus Crushing & Screening
Maximus will be officially launching two new machines at Hillhead - their new small scalper, the Maximus 409, and their new triple-deck 22x5 screener, the Maximus 522T. A Maximus 516 will also be on live demonstration in the recycling area.
The Maximus 522T is said to have the largest combined screening area available on the market, making it suitable for medium- to large-scale operators who need high capacity and high specification aggregate screening capabilities. The 6.7m (22ft) x 1.52m (5ft) screening area of the top and middle decks and the 6.1m (20ft) x 1.52m (5ft) bottom deck, in combination with a heavy-duty, high-energy screening configuration, is specially designed for fine product separation.
The Maximus 409 has been developed for the smaller end-user who requires versatility and ease of transport, without compromising on build quality and reliability. With its highly aggressive two-deck screenbox, the 409 is purpose built for scalping, stockpiling and three-way splitting and can be used in crushing circuits, demolition and construction waste management, aggregates, heavy rock and topsoil applications, among others.
The Maximus 516 is a heavy-duty, high-capacity scalper capable of screening a wide variety of materials. It is designed to cope with the heaviest applications and can be used in construction and demolition waste, primary crusher circuits, iron ore, aggregates, coal, recycling, heavy rock and topsoil applications.
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