Compact Sand Plant 200
MWS Washing Systems compact range are modular sand recovery units which are designed to be both cost and energy efficient. The cyclone(s) remove clays, silts and slime from sand and bring it into specification.
The MWS CSP200 offers exceptional performance, with a 14 x 6 dewatering screen and producing 1 or 2 grades of sand. It offers a self regulating cyclone tank complete with built in float system and anti-turbulence sections.
The Compact CSP200 is the ultimate choice for a variety of applications worldwide.
- Industrial Sands
- Output up to 200TPH - single or twin sand
- Self regulated tank level
- High frequency vibrating motors
- Fully rubber lined cyclones
- Fully lined discharge chute
- Rubber lined delivery pipe work and under flow box
- Rubber lined slurry pumps
- Quick assembly time
- Low maintenance
- Containerised for transport
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