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Environmental and political factors have created an increased demand for manufactured sand.

Sand Processing
Artificial sand now a “natural” choice for quarries

Due to government regulation, quarry operators worldwide are ceasing sand extraction in favour of a manufactured alternative. Read more »
In a typical two-deck mobile screen set-up, the top deck may utilise a high tensile woven wire mesh screen for scalping and the bottom deck a high tensile or stainless steel piano wire screen for sizing.

Mobile Plant
Fine sand screening in mobile plant

There are several screening media options for both “dry” and “wet” screening. Read more »
Velde Pukk’s newly built stationary plant has known granite reserves of 40 million tonnes. Up in the quarry face, from left, brothers Reidar, Harald and Egil Velde with Sven-Henrik Norman.

Recycling
Why choose manufactured sand?

Operators are focusing more on high quality manufactured as natural sand and gravel extraction becomes less of an option. Read more »
The Tsurumi KTZ series submersible pumps have key features to extend performance.

Sand Processing
New submersible pump promises relief in sand applications.

Australian Pump Industries delivers a submersible pump with the punch to help in sand applications. Read more »


 


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