With a shorter lead time than stationary plants, the UltraWASH arrives on-site almost fully assembled in containerised modules. The modules are quick to set up and easy to assemble, so operators can begin production in a shorter time frame, compared with traditional plant construction methods.
Installation requires lifting the pre-assembled modules out of a shipping container, setting them in place, erecting walkways and connecting the water and electrical hoses.
After that, depending on the module, the material will be fluidised and washed, rinsed, sized and/or dewatered with McLanahan’s washing equipment to remove any deleterious materials, dust or coatings and reduce moisture content to produce a stackable product.
Additional modules – like McLanahan’s UltraSCREEN, UltraSCRUB and UltraCRUSH – can be added to create a complete dry and wet processing plant that is flexible enough to meet any production needs.
McLanahan’s pump trolley service platform allows the pumps to slide out from beneath the chassis for greater access when performing maintenance activities, such as changing the impellers or replacing casing liners.
The UltraWASH modular wash plant and UltraCRUSH modular cone crusher will be on display for the first time at bauma 2019.