Trommel proves its worth

Since being installed at Bass Point Quarry, in New South Wales, a little over two months ago, the Nirox TRG403 trommel has worked through more than 150,000 tonnes of raw material, averaging 300 to 350 tonnes per hour. 
The material is being produced for Coastwide Civil to service its Shell Cove Boat Harbour project. Coastwide Civil has been utilising the Minroc Nirox TRG403 trommel while the much larger static trommel Nirox CRG504 is being installed. 
The Nirox TRG403 is treating multiple stockpiles of heavily clay-based material at the Bass Point site by moving the mobile trommel to the stockpiles, rather than the stockpiles to the trommel. This has resulted in considerable time saving on the project as well as producing a first class product that was previously unusable. 
“It is really pleasing when a customer has the opportunity to experience the benefits our Nirox TRG403 has to offer, first hand,? Minroc’s director Wayne Stafford said.
?Our trommel has achieved a consistently high quality product at a high throughput rate over an extended period and low cost per tonne. Like the customer, we are certainly impressed with the results to date.?
With orders being received from around the world for the TRG403 trommel and its other products, Minroc’s manufacturing capabilities have been ramped up to meet the demand. 
“We are in the process of servicing a number of orders, both in Australia and overseas with one of our current projects being the largest Nirox trommel ever built.?
?It’s a very exciting time here at Minroc as we enjoy a strong period of growth,? Stafford said.
Source: Minroc Processing Solutions

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