EDGE Innovate to launch the new MC1400 handler at Hillhead

EDGE Innovate, a mobile material handling and recycling equipment manufacturer, is to premier its MC1400 track material classifier at the UK’s Hillhead 2016 exhibition in June. The MC1400 will be showcased at the UK's biggest live demonstration exhibition alongside EDGE Innovate’s TRM516 mobile trommel and Slayer XL slow speed shredder. The biennial Hillhead event attracts up to 17,000 visitors with more than 450 exhibiting companies already confirmed for the 2016 event. EDGE Innovate says its new MC
June 17, 2016
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EDGE Innovate offers its new machine in various configurations
8445 EDGE Innovate, a mobile material handling and recycling equipment manufacturer, is to premier its MC1400 track material classifier at the UK’s 5894 Hillhead 2016 exhibition in June.

The MC1400 will be showcased at the UK's biggest live demonstration exhibition alongside EDGE Innovate’s TRM516 mobile trommel and Slayer XL slow speed shredder. The biennial Hillhead event attracts up to 17,000 visitors with more than 450 exhibiting companies already confirmed for the 2016 event.

EDGE Innovate says its new MC1400 provides operators with the ability to extract impurities from highly contaminated material in just one pass.

The EDGE track material classifier uses controlled airflow as a separation medium. EDGE says that this is the ideal solution for the cleaning of compost and biomass fractions with its ability to separate heavy and mid-weight fractions from lights.

MC1400 operators can separate several fractions as standard - lights (plastic, paper, film) mid-weight (wood) and heavy fractions (aggregate, glass).

Ferrous metal will be extracted by the overband magnet found on the heavy fraction discharge conveyor. It has the option of attaching an additional magnet to the mid-weight conveyor.

The unit has the capability to accept a larger piece size of up to 400mm. EDGE Innovate states that the MC1400 is not only ideal for organic recycling and biomass fractions but also extracting valuable commodities from construction and demolition waste.

 Available as track, semi-trailer or static chassis formats, operators have the option of selecting a unit with a diesel/hydraulic power unit, a diesel genset or a direct electric drive. The MC1400 has been design to be shipped in a 40ft (12m) container with minimal break-down needed. Simply track in and track out with limited set-up time required.

The MC1400 will be on show alongside their popular slow speed waste shredder the Slayer XL and the mid-size mobile trommel the TRM516 on Stand C20.
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