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Pegging happens when near sized particles fall into apertures and the machine doesn’t have enough stroke to throw them back out.

Screens & Feeders
Are your screens running to their optimal capacity?

Screen optimisation is a vital cog in the quarrying process. Darren Toth discusses the three most important aspects of screen performance – and provides advice that can increase an operator’s awareness of just how well their screen plant can run. Read more »
Support springs allow free movement of the vibrating machine and isolate most of the unit’s vibration from the surrounding structure.

Conveying
Maintaining support springs in vibratory equipment

Vibrating screens and feeders are only as effective as the small parts and components that underpin them. Darren Toth explains why good support springs – and ongoing spring maintenance – are integral to the performance of vibratory equipment. Read more »

Screens & Feeders
Managing underperforming vibrating screens

Opinions and emphasis placed on vibrating screens varies from person to person and from site to site. However, given they are the last machines to process material, their importance is clear. What is not clear is how to get a screen running well and keeping it that way. Darren Toth reports. Read more »

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