Screening, Sieving & Sifting

Dewatering Washer saves valuable Material from Waste Pond

Sand processed through Superior’s Aggre-Dry Dewatering Washer is stockpiled with a moisture content of just 8%, meaning the saleable product requires no drying time and can be accessed immediately
Aggregates Processing
Superior Industries, a U.S. manufacturer and global supplier of material handling systems and their related components, says its washing fines recovery system was granted patent protection from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. This technology, manufactured into the company’s Aggre-Dry Dewatering Washer, reroutes minus 25 mm material fines from an onboard dewatering screen back to the integrated sand screw.

Versatility and Performance for secondary and tertiary Screening

Suitable for mobile and fixed installations, the SK&SC screens modular design makes it very easy to fit to existing plant.
Circular Stroke inclined Screen
Able to effectively operate in both wet and dry operating conditions, Sandvik’s circular stroke inclined SK2462 screen efficiently deals with most applications providing customers with high levels of versatility and performance. Purpose built in order to facilitate accurate and efficient screening during the secondary or tertiary stage, the range also provides high flexibility.

Easy-to-move Heavy-duty Trommel for rapid Set-up

The HT152R is capable of cleaning and sizing lump sizes up to 600 mm at rates up to 300 t/h.
Sizing of Stone and Rock
Stelex Construction Equipment Ltd, manufacturers of the original ‘Hercules’ range of heavy-duty trommels, have launched the new rapid set up HT152R trommel in response to demand from customers for a machine capable of handling large stone sizes at higher tonnage rates but with the extra benefit of a very rapid set-up time – a major advantage for shorter-term rental projects or when the trommel needs to move around the site on a regular basis with minimum effort.

Tenova to carry out Definitive Feasibility Study for Baobab' Tete Project

The iron ore resource to be mined in the greenfields Tete project comprises of magnetite and includes vanadium.
Definitive Feasibility Study
Tenova Mining & Minerals South Africa, the South African market focused operating arm of the Tenova Mining & Minerals Group, has been nominated to carry out a Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) for London Stock Exchange-listed Baobab Resources. The Definitive Feasibility Study will be done on Baobab Resources’ pig iron and ferro-vanadium project in Mozambique’s Tete region.

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