Rotary Trommel Screen Rip Rap Plants
Our Trommels excel where most others fail. Screen and sort rock up to 50″. The only thing worse than a giant rock is a big wet, sticky one. Now you can clean those too.
MDS Rotary Trommels are available in various sizes and configurations to provide tailored solutions for Pit & Quarry, Demolition, Recycling, and Environmental Applications.
Designed with contractors in mind, MDS rotary trommels feature modular drums, drum cleaners and electronic systems to monitor and control aspects of the Trommel, ensuring peak operating efficiency and maximized production.
The MDS Advantage
These Trommels provide an advantage in screening because they can handle large rocks up to 50″ and are effective in cleaning clay bound rock and stone mixed with other sticky materials.
Easily Clean Wet, Sticky Material Rock
When it comes to screening heavy, wet, and sticky material, MDS Trommel Screens excel where other machines fail.
Cleaning Wet & Sticky Rock
Cleaning in tough/wet conditions can be extremely challenging. MDS Trommels have drum cleaners allowing them to excel where other machines fail by preventing blinding from the heavy, sticky material coming off the rock.
Drum Cleaners Reduce Downtime and Maximize Profitability.
Drum cleaners prevent blinding by removing built up material from the screening surface.
What is Rip Rap
Rip Rap or Armour Stone, as it is often called, is a rock product used to line shorelines, stream beds, bridge abutments, and other shoreline structures to protect against water or ice erosion.
The only criteria for the rock used to produce rip rap is that it be durable and won’t deteriorate during freeze/thaw cycles or when exposed to water.
There are diferent classifications for rip rap based on size, weight and allowable velocity (m/s). The province of British Columbia has developed its own Standards for Riprap that provides guidance for selection, sizing and placement of riprap. You should consult these to learn more.
Typical Applications Include:
- Rip Rap/Armour Rock
- Blast Rock
- Sticky/Wet Material
- Demolition Waste
- Primary Processing
- General Recycling
- Wood Waste