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Tufflex polyurethane screens come in fully welded, partially welded and rectangular welded variations

New Tufflex screens from Sefar

A new line of screening media has been introduced by monofilament precision fabrics manufacturer Sefar. Read more »
The Powerscreen circuit at Hallett Resources, including the Powerscreen Pegson XR400S jaw crusher and the Powerscreen XV350 VSI with a HR620R 20' x 6' three-deck horizontal screen box.

Crusher, screen supplier makes impact in South Australia

New Powerscreen equipment has been supplied to two customers in South Australia by Lincom Pacific Equipment Pty Ltd: Kanmantoo Bluestone, in the Adelaide hills region, and Hallett Resources, based in McLaren Vale. Read more »
Guandi hydropower station is equipped with the largest number of crushers of the same brand and make producing aggregates anywhere in the world.

Barmac fleet performs at Guandi hydropower in China

A Chinese hydropower project has reaped the benefits of utilising eight Barmac crushers to process 550,000 tonnes of aggregate per month. Read more »
From the start of 2012, the operation of the MC 160 will be an iodine production mine in the Atacama desert in northern Chile.

Mobile jaws boast feeding capacities of a giant

A large mobile jaw crusher demonstrates a ravenous hunger for all things aggregate in the Chilean desert. Read more »
It is common for two or three different profiled support bar capping rubbers to be used simultaneously to support a screen cloth up to 10mm high.

Are your cross-tensioned screens operating at their peak?

To avoid inefficient screening performance, you need to look beyond just the quality of your screen media. It also boils down to how the screen cloth has been installed. Read more »
Deister has released a new “highly portable” heavy-duty horizontal screening plant.

Deister heavy-duty horizontal screen

A new heavy-duty horizontal screening plant has been introduced by American manufacturer Deister Machine Company. Read more »

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