Multiscreen 470DM

Source: Multitek, Inc
Multiscreen 470DM
Multiscreen 470DM Offers High Moisture Content One Pass Screening of Organics
Model 470DM Multiscreen is an economical machine designed for the start-up municipal or private compost operation, landscape contractors or topsoil companies. It is powered with a 54 horsepower John Deere diesel engine. It also features a two cubic yard holding bin which can be loaded with a skid steer loader, a 24" wide infeed belt, 48" x 68" trommel screen, pintle hitch, multiple axles and electric brakes. The 470DM offers greenwaste managers the most efficient soils screening system for the money. In high moisture condition the new Model 470DM Multiscreen Soils Screening System can't be beat. The 470DM Multiscreen exclusive patented offset shaft mounted flexible flail hammers and patented hydraulic powered (13" diameter) cleaning brush inside trommel screen is what separates Multiscreen from all other competitive trommel screens in the market. The 32 belted flail hammers minimize the rejects and dramatically increase the efficiency when screening high moisture composted organic material. Our secret is as the trommel drum (shortest in the industry) rotates one direction the offset hammers shaft is rotating in the opposite direction, causing organic material to be pulverized and aerated as it passes as fines through the trommel drum. As the clumps and clods of the organic material are broken apart unscreenable hard objects like rocks and wood debris will continue to travel through and are rejected to the overs conveyors. The 470DM Multiscreen virtually eliminates the need to run your organic material through the screening process twice. The new 470DM Multiscreen will give you the high quality screened and pulverized organic product you demand. For further technical information on the new 470DM Multiscreen and the dealer nearest you contact Multitek, Inc at 1-800-243-5438 or visit us on the web at www.

Multitek, Inc, 700 Main St., PO Box 170, Prentice, WI 54556-0170. Tel: 715-428-2000; Fax: 715.428.2700.