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The M515 track-mounted trommel features a changeable drum with removable screens.

Mobile Plant
Tracked trommel with changeable drum

MDS International will showcase the M515 track-mounted, mobile trommel at Hillhead 2016 at the end of this month. Read more »
McLanahan proposed a long apron feeder that fed into a hybrid heavy duty double roll crusher.

Crushing
Crushing consistency problems in phosphate

A global minerals equipment supplier had quite the challenge to help a phosphate business address its crushing problems. Read more »
The Hercules HT182M mobile trommel was used to process heavily contaminated waste material in a UK quarry.

Case Studies
Heavy-duty mobile lifts the burden of overburden

Demand for good quality stone has risen in recent years. Much of the quarrying industry is still suffering the effects of the global economic downturn, and operators are looking to maximise their potential reserves to make their operations both economic and profitable. Read more »
The test was simple – to run three 6m x 2m triple-deck screens in a side-by-side comparison.

Case Studies
Is ‘combo’ screening the way of the future?

In recent years 'combo' screens have been presented to quarry operators as effective alternatives to stand-alone horizontal and inclined screens. In what conditions, can they produce more aggregate at more efficient rates than other screening plant? Paul Smith considers the pros and cons of the combo screen. Read more »
The HQR907’s vibrating screen is an added feature to the original HQ907 tracked plant.

Crushing
Screen addition to impact crusher

The Striker HQR907 comes with a vibrating screen that can be used in the production of road base materials. Read more »
A VGF absorbs the shock of dump loads and provides regular feed to the crusher.

Mobile Plant
Feeding the grizzly

A vibrating grizzly feeder not only absorbs the shock of large dump loads, it also improves the efficiency of the primary crusher. Dave Anderson explains how tuning the grizzly can improve efficiency in the crushing circuit. Read more »


 


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