The Crushing Costs of Poor Screening

Inefficient Screening Silently Tallies Up Costs As Material Is Needlessly Recirculated Through The Crusher. By Serge Raymond Efficient crushing is a critical factor in a screening plant’s profitability. Crushers are a significant investment, both to own and to operate, and the entire process depends on the crusher to work effectively.  But what often goes unnoticed – and frankly, undiagnosed –…

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Metso NW Series Crushing and Screening Plant

Metso has introduced its Metso NW Series crushing and screening plant to the global market. The plant enables rapid setup in less than 12 hours without heavy cranes, according to the company. This allows customers to make even the most challenging crushing sites more profitable; and moving to the next site easier than ever. The Metso NW Series fits compactly…

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Screen Machine Spyder Triple-Deck features Direct Feed

Screen Machine Industries debuted a new triple-deck screen this year, the 622T Spyder. The triple deck screen on the screening plant features a triple shaft and unique direct feed and allows for more comprehensive material separation; a significant benefit in some applications where finer, cleaner screening is required, according to the company. The 622T also features a Caterpillar C4.4TA, 127-hp…

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Dealer Days

Sept. 17, 2014 – I am blogging live this week from Denver, where KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens are holding their annual National Dealer Conference. The companies will be debuting four new pieces of equipment, including three new additions to its Global Track product line – a track-mounted GT440 horizontal shaft impact crushing plant, a track-mounted GT200 cone crushing plant and…

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