PORTABLE SCREENING. Portable screening plants are a major part of the business for aggregate producers, road builders and contractors. Any of these operators can tell you how important quality screeners are to a business, but whats right for one operator may lead to production issues for the next.
The final screening plant manufactured various product sizes, including 10 mm aggregates for the manufacture of concrete blocks, 10 to 20 mm aggregates for coatings and 40 mm aggregates for bulk fill. These products had been used in several situations and, so that the aggregates could be accepted in a wider range of applications, further research efforts were being directed towards the following issues: processes needed to produce industry ready aggregates, contamination removal techniques ...
Mobile screens, or mobile screening plants as they are also called, are utilized in construction sites, aggregates production, quarries, and mining operations whenever movable but high capacity screening is required. Excellent mobility. As the name suggests, mobile screens have outstanding mobility.
Mobile track mounted screening plants can be very useful tools for contractors, in rock mining operations, aggregate producers, road building operations, demolition/recycling companies and more. The waste generated from job sites in many cases can be recycled, re purposed and reused with vibratory screens to create other useful products and reduce landfill tipping fees.
Screeners range from small and compact equipment to heavy duty, high output equipment including tracked mobile screening plants with scalping screens, grading screens, double deck and triple deck vibrating screens. Different deck bar spacing allows the separation of material into different sized products. Material to be separated and filtered includes topsoil, compost, rock, mulch, wood chips, sand, gravel, coal, loam, and more.