Tudor Griffiths Group acquires Steelweld Strobe ECS 1500 All Metal Separator

Tudor Griffiths, one of the UK’s leading independent supplier of construction and building supplies, ready-mixed concrete and waste management solutions has purchased the industry’s latest mobile all metal separator, the Steelweld Strobe ECS 1500, for its business units TG Aggregates and TG Waste.

Exclusively sold in the UK by leading materials processing equipment distributor Matpro Machinery, the state-of-the-art mobile all metal separator will process a variety of recycled materials at its recycling facility in Ellesmere, Shropshire; serving to produce both metal-free secondary aggregates and metal-free shredded wood for use in biomass. As part of the procurement process, several metal separators were trialled at TG and the Strobe was identified as the most practical for the operation requirement for a variety of reasons.

John Pugh, Waste Manager at Tudor Griffiths Ellesmere commented; “Not only were we impressed by the machine’s capabilities in terms of metal recovery, we were also impressed by the machine’s ease of mobility and conveyor configuration; the latter avoiding material contamination in processed stockpiles. Another big plus was the on-board compressor and its ability to easily clean down the machine and generator after use, which is vital in a dusty environment such as wood processing. The position of the generator further ensures that dust levels entering critical areas are controlled.”

Mike Symons, Sales Manager at Matpro Machinery commented; “We are happy to have satisfied Tudor Griffiths requirements for a reliable and mobile, all metal separator. The strobe really is the best in its class, and its ability to consistently to process material with minimal downtime is guaranteed. Having hired from our sister company CRJ Services for many years, it is also a great indication of the longstanding trust Tudor Griffiths have in our entire organisation and our ability to deliver quality products that we ensure to continually support.”