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The Lokotrack ST2.8 screen quickly produces spawning stones of different sizes.

News
Production of spawning stones for freshwater trout

A mobile screen has proven its versatility with an unusual contribution to the freshwater environment. Read more »

Case Studies
Sand producer meets goals with hydrosizer plant

A supplier of turf to world-famous sporting events acquires a new plant for more efficient, cost-effective cuts. Read more »
Dewatering screens are a low cost solution for producing a drier material.

Sand Processing
Eight reasons to use a dewatering screen in your application

Dewatering screens have long been considered important instruments in sand processing – and an effective means for producing drier, cleaner end products, particularly in the capture and retention of ultra-fine materials. Read more »

Case Studies
Mobile screens prove their mettle in alluvial diamond mines

Up to six Terex Finlay mobile screens are “kicking goals” in alluvial diamond mining for two operations on either side of Kimberley, in South Africa’s Northern Cape. Read more »
Figure 3. A circular-motion screen. The correct method of tensioning the drive is to apply sufficient force (tension) to allow the screen to start without the vee-belts slipping.

Maintenance
Motorbase solutions for vibrating screen drives

Richard Sharp outlines the best drive options for vibrating and incline screen solutions. Read more »
Nylon chains draped along the screen panels create a “snaking” motion during normal operation that reduces the opportunity for material to build up.

Screens & Feeders
Three ways to prevent blinding, pegging on your vibratory screen

Blinding” and “pegging” can cause losses of screen efficiency and production. The terms are often used interchangeably in describing material covering screen surface area during any type of screening process, but there is a difference between the two. Read more »
The F-class vibrating screen features fourbearing technology, which minimises structural vibrations and delivers a consistent stroke.

Case Studies
Portable screen provides 'big' boost for the Big Boy

What does an operation do when its best saleable products are buried in millions of tonnes of sand and its equipment has to be portable enough to move on a moment’s notice? A daily challenge for one quarrying business has been alleviated by the acquisition of a portable vibrating screen. Read more »
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 »
Two versions of the KAMMP device (pictured) have been installed on conveyors 1 and 7 of Kulnura Quarry’s crushing, screening and conveying circuit.

Conveying
KAMMP: A simple yet effective conveyor belt solution

A quarrying operation devises a novel solution for detecting and removing tramp metal. Read more »

Case Studies
Family business 'aces' it with upsized scalper

A family quarrying business has never been busier but meeting demand has been made easier by the acquisition of an enlarged scalper. Read more »
The TS 1542 radial stacker (left) automatically stockpiles material from the TS 1524 link conveyors (right) to create a 300m x 150m heap leach level pad.

Attachments
Could mobile conveying replace earthmoving equipment?

While load and haul fleets remain dominant in the quarrying application, a couple of international case studies suggest that mobile conveyors can be just as valuable in the transportation of aggregate from the face to the stockpile. Read more »
Expert screening performance assessments are designed to partially address the regular problem of pegging in screen media.

Maintenance
Improving screening performance, productivity

On-site screening performance assessments are designed to help producers increase plant uptime, screening performance and productivity. Read more »
The decision to replace production equipment before it is exhausted is both economic and performance-driven.

Conveying
Making the right equipment replacement decisions

Is it time to replace your plant and equipment? Paul D Tomlingson discusses how the economics of replacement must be balanced against the potential performance benefits of new equipment. Read more »

Case Studies
Heavy equipment hire helps avoid capital risk, project delays

With demand for specialist machines outstripping supply globally, and with construction materials at a premium locally, quarries are feeling the “pinch” of the infrastructure boom. As Delta Rent’s Richard Khan explains, plant and equipment rental could be part of the solution to this “squeeze”. Read more »

Case Studies
Equipment hire: Extracting long-term benefits from short-term solutions

As the extractive industry grapples with the dual challenges of meeting construction materials demand and maintaining modern fleets of plant and equipment, Damian Christie speaks with four industry suppliers about the merits of plant hire. Read more »

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