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The Flo-Kwip H100SS has a dry running capacity.

Environmental Products
‘Super silent’ mobile pumpset

The “super silent” version of the Flo-Kwip H100 pumpset is ideal for quarry sites where noise must be kept to a minimum. Read more »
The Terex AggreStac conveyor range currently comes in three sizes.

Portable mobile conveyor range

Terex Washing Systems has added the new AggreStac line of conveyors to its range of washing and screening equipment. Read more »
A Ventilex fluid bed drying and cooling system installed in the plant dries the sand with minimal dust generation.

Mobile Plant
Fluid bed drying solutions a winner for Aussie operators

The successful production of the right particle sizes and quantities of sand does not stop with the plant solutions provider or washer. For end products such as paints or cement, reduction of moisture in the sand and other raw materials is critical to the final application. Two Australian companies turned to a plant solutions provider to meet their moisture and energy reduction needs. Read more »
The SRD180 can manufacture coarse and fine grade sand simultaneously.

Sand Processing
Widespread wet options in mobile washing plants

A supplier of traditional mobile plant and equipment recently profiled its fleet of washing plants for the processing of sand products. Read more »
Yesteryear’s producers would often simply look for the cleanest sand deposits they could find and dry screen the material down to a certain top size.

Sand Processing
The ‘little stuff’ that makes all the difference

The quality and longevity of our roads and bridges literally resides in the “small stuff” that most of the public are probably unaware they are driving on. Read more »
The installation of the CV218 allowed Chung Kang to produce and sell an additional aggregate product.

Sand Processing
Intelligent VSI design cuts costs for high quality sand

A new state of the art vertical shaft impact crusher from Sandvik Construction is helping a Taiwanese aggregate business produce high quality sand for the Taiwanese market. Read more »
The dry processing that air classifiers use eliminates the need for water or settling ponds, reducing costs, land use and environmental impact.

Sand Processing
Centrifugal air classifiers offer effective fines screening

When the sand particle size you need to separate is too fine to screen, mechanical centrifugal air classifiers offer a high precision method of classifying particles according to size and density. Read more »
(Left) Snapex couplings deliver significant benefits compared with traditional connections. (Right) The specialised locking mechanism prevents the couplings from springing open or leaking.

Sand Processing
Couplings ease change-outs

Weir Minerals Australia has introduced new Snapex joining technology for its Cavex CVX250 hydrocyclone range. Read more »

Natural borne sand – courtesy of old school tech

When a small-to medium-sized quarry operation was devastated by floods almost five years ago, it lost a state of the art fine sand plant. As Jim Hankins reports, that operation has compensated for its loss by innovating with its existing equipment to produce a product that is clean, dry and saves money on water usage and production costs. Read more »
The combination of the M1700 and the FM120C offers the “exact same wash plant in principle” as TWS’s AggreSand 165.

Plant & Equipment
Combined wash plant makes grade at gravel quarry

To reduce heavy moisture content, regional Victorian aggregate producer Mawsons Concrete & Quarries required a wash plant that could consistently clean sand and aggregates and retain as many fines as possible at one of its sand quarry operations. Damian Christie visited Whorouly Quarry to view Mawsons’ choice of wash plant in action. Read more »

Modular equipment design: the benefit for quarries

In recent years modular equipment has come to the fore in the quarrying sector. But what are the main benefits of the move to modular for materials producers? Terry Ashby and Paul Stevens explain the reasons for the rise in modular plant, and how these developments will positively impact the industry in the years ahead. Read more »


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