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Compact screener delivers results September 28, 2017

Compact screener delivers results
Shorts Group, celebrating 60 years’ in business, is an independent family-owned business with expertise in several business sectors including waste recycling, demolition, agriculture, plant and tool hire and property operating in Berkshire and surrounding counties. Shorts own and operate two Materials Recycling Facilities (MRF) and are passionate about diverting waste from landfill.

“Buying machinery is something that is integral part of our business. We need the right tools to do our jobs and buying the right machinery for our business is something we take very seriously. We use machinery for all aspects of our business operations in particularly demolition, agricultural services, plant hire and at our MRF sites”, said Gary Short, Managing Director.

“In recent months, we started looking to purchase a new compact screener. We have long standing business relationship with Paul Donnelly from RK6 who suggested we have a demonstration of the Anaconda DF410 scalping screen. We decided that the DF410 would be a perfect machine to add to our fleet as the machine is very compact, yet well-built and with a highly efficient screenbox we are able to carry out very effective screening on projects that larger equipment cannot get into.”

The Anaconda DF410 is one of the best compact scalping screeners in its range and is the most popular machines that Anaconda Equipment currently manufacture.  Weighing in at just 15.6 tonnes, it leads the way in aggressive screening of any machine of its size on the market today.  Variable speed belts and a high energy screen box it’s the largest in its class.  All belts fold hydraulically and the machine has a fixed screen angle of 15 degrees.  There are the options of either JCB or Deutz engines and can come equipped with either Bofar Bars, Finger Screens, Punch Plate or Wire Mesh.  A radio remote control is also available. The machine can also be containerised for easy shipping requirements. 


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