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(T1200 - T5000)

The GWH rotating trommel is used to separate materials by size, separating over and under sized fractions of varying types of material including waste, soil, stones etc. The trommel drum can be supplied with mesh or punch plate screen varying in aperture from 15-180mm(defined by application). Additional separation can be obtained with the installation of two screens within the same trommel.
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  • Heavy duty robust build

  • Various plate and mesh sizes

  • Four wheel drive

  • Deep lift bars on drums provide aggressive screening action

  • Variable speed drives

  • Six available standard models to handle up to 50 tph

  • Recessed bolts on lift bars

  • Benefits

  • Segregate material into various sizes, efficiently and high capacity

  • Low power consumption on start-up

  • Low maintenance

  • Few moving parts

  • Minimal setup time

  • Handles heavy oversized materials

  • Peat

  • Topsoil

  • Construction on & demolition waste

  • Crusher stone and concrete

  • Woodchip

  • Compost

  • Hard-core

  • Skip waste

  • Skip waste

  • Sand and gravel

  • Municipal solid waste

  • Green waste

  • Landfill recovery

  • Bag opener knives

  • Cleaning brushes

  • Hardox screens

  • Dust & acoustic covers

  • Feed hoppers

  • Belly conveyors

  • Stockpile conveyors

Trommel in Motion

Technical Details
  • GWH trommels range from 3.7mm to 10mm long Drums.

  • Inlet and discharge rings made from heavy duty steel plate.

  • Drum fitted with mesh or punch plate.

  • Fully enclosed chute embraces the lower half of the Tromel and allow the fines to collect on an optional conveyor beneath.

  • Four large solid rubber tires connected to individual 2.2kW to 7.5kW electric motor(s) through a reduction gear box to drive the Trommel.

  • One solid rubber tire provides thrust support for the drum.

  • Variable speed control drum speed 5-20 RPM.

  • Trommels are offered mounted on a range of heavy duty support structure heights.

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