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Modern crushing, screening technology showcased at PNG quarry

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Monier’s new high tech plant at the company’s Nebiri quarry.

Metso took the lead on plant safety, which had to be in line with Australian OHS regulations and Australian electrical standards.

One of three TS3.3 triple-deck, triple-slope screens, each of which follows one of the three crushers in series.

The plant simultaneously produces up to nine different products at a rate of 450 tonnes per hour.

Franco-Australian collaboration: (from left) Surjit Singh (Metso Australia project engineer), Robert Palmer (Metso Australia project manager) and Vincent Gibert (Metso France project manager) during commissioning of the NP1213 horizontal impact crusher.

Metso’s Australasian systems business manager Glenn Oldfield (right) discusses plant design with Monier CEO Brian Condon.

Monier Nebiri’s quarry manager Anthony Grimmer (centre) leads a tour of the new plant, with the tertiary crusher – a HP200 Nordberg cone crusher – in the background (right of centre).

Table 1. Components of a four-stage aggregate crushing and screening circuit at Monier Nebiri Quarry.



Wednesday, 21 August, 2019 9:28am
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