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Jul 04, 2021 (The Expresswire) -- Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Market Analysis 2021-2026 : Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Market is valued at 10800 million USD in 2020 is expected to reach 13040 million USD by the end of 2026, growing at a CAGR of 2.7% During 2021-2026 with Top countries Data

"Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Market" 2021-2026 Report provides key statistics on the market status of the Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Industry and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Market. The Report covers the companies' data, including Growth potential analysis, Executive Summary, Data sources, Industry segmentation, Porters 5-force analysis, SWOT analysis, Business trends, Growth drivers, Price trend analysis, Industry impact forces, Industry pitfall and challenges, Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Market Research Report is spread across 115 pages and provides exclusive vital statistics, data, information, trends and competitive landscape details in this niche sector with in-depth TOC.

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The Report thoroughly covers the Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment market by Type, Applications and Regions. It is designed to incorporate both qualify qualitative and quantitative aspects of the industry with respect to each of the regions and countries involved in the study. The report also provides an balanced and detailed analysis of the on-going Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment trends, opportunities/high growth areas, Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment market drivers which would help the investors to device and align their market strategies according to the current and future market dynamics.

The research covers the current Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment market size of the market and its growth rates based on 6-year records with company outline of Key players/manufacturers:

Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment mainly include crushing and screening equipment such as jaw crushers, cone crushers, impact crushers and screeners and mineral processing equipment such as classification and separation, grinding and feeding equipment.

Sandvik was the global biggest manufacturer in Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment industry, with the revenue market Share of 14% in 2018, followed by Metso, Weir, Terex, Astec Industries, Shanghai Shibang Machinery, WIRTGEN(Kleemann), Northern Heavy Industries, McCloskey International, ThyssenKrupp, Hongxing group, Puzzolana, Rubble Master HMH GmbH, Shuangjin Jixie, Chengdu Dahongli, Hazemag.

The worldwide Market for Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment is valued at 10800 million USD in 2020 is expected to reach 13040 million USD by the end of 2026, growing at a CAGR of 2.7% during 2021-2026.

This report focuses on the Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment in global market, especially in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa. This report categorizes the market based on manufacturers, regions, type and application.

Report further studies the market development status and future Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Market trend across the world. Also, it splits Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment market Segmentation by Type and by Applications to fully and deeply research and reveal market profile and prospects.

Geographically, this report is segmented into several key regions, with sales, revenue, market share and growth Rate of Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment in these regions, from 2015 to 2026, covering

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1 Study Coverage 1.1 Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Product 1.2 Key Market Segments in This Study 1.3 Key Manufacturers Covered 1.4 Market by Type 1.4.1 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Market Size Growth Rate by Type 1.5 Market by Application 1.5.1 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Market Size Growth Rate by Application 1.6 Study Objectives 1.7 Years Considered2 Executive Summary 2.1 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Production 2.1.1 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Revenue 2015-2026 2.1.2 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Production 2015-2026 2.1.3 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Capacity 2015-2026 2.1.4 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Marketing Pricing and Trends 2.2 Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Growth Rate (CAGR) 2020-2026 2.3 Analysis of Competitive Landscape 2.3.1 Manufacturers Market Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI) 2.3.2 Key Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Manufacturers 2.4 Market Drivers, Trends and Issues 2.5 Macroscopic Indicator 2.5.1 GDP for Major Regions 2.5.2 Price of Raw Materials in Dollars: Evolution3 Market Size by Manufacturers 3.1 Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Production by Manufacturers 3.1.1 Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Production by Manufacturers 3.1.2 Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Production Market Share by Manufacturers 3.2 Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Revenue by Manufacturers 3.2.1 Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Revenue by Manufacturers (2015-2020) 3.2.2 Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Revenue Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020) 3.3 Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Price by Manufacturers 3.4 Mergers and Acquisitions, Expansion Plans4 Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Production by Regions 4.1 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Production by Regions 4.1.1 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Production Market Share by Regions 4.1.2 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Revenue Market Share by Regions 4.2 United States 4.2.1 United States Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Production 4.2.2 United States Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Revenue 4.2.3 Key Players in United States 4.2.4 United States Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Import and Export 4.3 Europe 4.3.1 Europe Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Production 4.3.2 Europe Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Revenue 4.3.3 Key Players in Europe 4.3.4 Europe Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Import and Export 4.4 China 4.4.1 China Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Production 4.4.2 China Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Revenue 4.4.3 Key Players in China 4.4.4 China Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Import and Export 4.5 Japan 4.5.1 Japan Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Production 4.5.2 Japan Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Revenue 4.5.3 Key Players in Japan 4.5.4 Japan Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Import and Export 4.6 Other Regions 4.6.1 South Korea 4.6.2 India 4.6.3 Southeast AsiaGet a Sample Copy of the Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Market Report 2021

5 Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption by Regions 5.1 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption by Regions 5.1.1 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption by Regions 5.1.2 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption Market Share by Regions 5.2 North America 5.2.1 North America Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption by Application 5.2.2 North America Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption by Countries 5.2.3 United States 5.2.4 Canada 5.2.5 Mexico 5.3 Europe 5.3.1 Europe Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption by Application 5.3.2 Europe Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption by Countries 5.3.3 Germany 5.3.4 France 5.3.5 UK 5.3.6 Italy 5.3.7 Russia 5.4 Asia Pacific 5.4.1 Asia Pacific Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption by Application 5.4.2 Asia Pacific Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption by Countries 5.4.3 China 5.4.4 Japan 5.4.5 South Korea 5.4.6 India 5.4.7 Australia 5.4.8 Indonesia 5.4.9 Thailand 5.4.10 Malaysia 5.4.11 Philippines 5.4.12 Vietnam 5.5 Central and South America 5.5.1 Central and South America Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption by Application 5.5.2 Central and South America Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption by Countries 5.5.3 Brazil 5.6 Middle East and Africa 5.6.1 Middle East and Africa Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption by Application 5.6.2 Middle East and Africa Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption by Countries 5.6.3 Turkey 5.6.4 GCC Countries 5.6.5 Egypt 5.6.6 South Africa6 Market Size by Type 6.1 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Breakdown Dada by Type 6.2 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Revenue by Type 6.3 Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Price by Type7 Market Size by Application 7.1 Overview 7.2 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Breakdown Dada by Application 7.2.1 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption by Application 7.2.2 Global Crushing, Screening, and Mineral Processing Equipment Consumption Market Share by Application (2015-2020)

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crushing, screening & mineral processing equipment market to hit $33,116.4 million - 2025

Asia-Pacific serves as the most productive region as compared to others with diverse industry verticals significantly investing in crushing, screening, and mineral processing equipment. Moreover, various domestic players are investing in the mining sector, which is anticipated to boost the demand for crushing, screening, and mineral processing equipment such as crusher, screens, and others as to complete operations with reduced labor cost and high precision of work within optimized time. Furthermore, the portable mining equipment (wheeled) market is expected to experience rapid growth in the emerging economies during the forecast period, owing to deployments in mining industries.

According to a new report published by Allied Market Research titled,"Crushing, Screening and Mineral Processing Equipment Market by Type, Application, and Mobility: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018 - 2025,"the crushing, screening, and mineral processing equipment market accounted for $19121.2 in 2017, and is expected to reach $33,116.4 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 6.8% from 2017 to 2025. In 2017, Asia-Pacific dominated the global market, in terms of revenue, accounting for about 49.6% share of the global market, followed by LAMEA.

The crushing, screening, and mineral processing equipment are used for crushing stones or mineral ores, recycling construction waste, and producing aggregate in the mining and construction industries. It includes jaw crushers, grinding rolls, horizontal screens, impactor, cone crushers, graders, mixers, etc. It is majorly used in mining operations. Moreover, it is also used in various operations in the construction sector. The crushing, screening, and mineral processing equipment market is primarily driven by rise in mining activities to meet the demand for metal and minerals. Moreover, as compared to the other regions across the world, the economy of EU region has drastically shrunk over the last couple of years, which has affected the mining industry. This in turn is expected to restrain the growth of the crushing, screening, and mineral processing equipment market.

The crushing & screening equipment segment has secured the highest share of about 69.7% in the crushing, screening, and mineral processing equipment market Size in 2017, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.5% during the forecast period. In terms of application, construction & plant modification sector is expected to contribute the highest market share in the coming years. Moreover, increase in emphasis on mining sector is expected to provide wide growth opportunities to small players in developing economies.

In 2017, Asia-Pacific registered the highest growth rate in the crushing, screening, and mineral processing equipment market, and is expected to continue this trend during the forecast period, owing to expansion of coal and metal mining in the region. For instance, Atlas Copco had invested $13.4 million for the expansion of the factory in Hyderabad, India, doubling its capacity. The plant manufactures drilling consumables for surface mining applications.

The major players such as Terex Corporation, Sandvik AB, Astec Industries, Inc., Kleemann GMBH, Mccloskey International, Metso Corporation, Screen Machine Industries, Eagle Crusher, and Rubble Master have focused on developing new products to strengthen their presence in the market. Moreover, these companies expand their business by acquiring small businesses to sustain the intense competition.

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It is very important to make sure the crusher is on level ground. From the feeder end to the product belt end can have 0-2 degrees down hill slope but side to side needs to be level. If the crusher is not level it can or will result in;

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JXSC has rich technology research and development, manufacturing capabilities and operating experience of crawler type crushing and screening plant, and can provide global customers with a complete equipment combination program in a variety of application conditions, and provide customers with a wealth of after-market security services and value-added service solutions. Products are widely used in: quarries, mines, roads and bridges and urban construction waste recycling and other fields.

Crawler impact crusher combines mobile flexibility and high-yield application characteristics. Equipped with leading Metso impact crusher and high-quality plate hammer to achieve powerful crushing performance. The design of the mechanical direct drive crusher is equipped with auxiliary starting and braking devices to reduce operating costs while improving reliability and creating value for customers to the greatest extent.

The LM I1213S has the characteristics of high output, flexibility and energy saving. It is equipped with a high-performance single-layer vibrating screen and a radial return belt, making the 1213S easy to apply to closed or open circuits. LMI1213S can be crushed without a screen, and it can complete the connection and separation with the vibrating screen in just a few minutes. It can be transported as a whole. The LMI1213 crawler impact crusher is suitable for coarse and medium breakage in aggregate production, quarrying and material recovery applications.

LT1213 is a fully equipped counterattack mobile crushing station, which combines maneuverability, high productivity and adaptability. Caterpillar C13 engine provides crushing power, and high-quality hammers achieve powerful crushing performance. LT1213 is suitable for primary crushing or medium crushing applications. The extremely high crushing ratio and excellent cubic shape of the finished product meet the requirements of the needle and flake content of the asphalt and concrete product specifications. It is suitable for industries such as quarrying and gravel, cement, concrete and asphalt recycling and slag recycling.

LT1213S is a fully equipped counter-attack mobile crushing station. The new dual-inclination vibrating screen and radial recirculating belt conveyor can improve the on-board screening capacity, and make the LT1213S suitable for closed-circuit and open-circuit crushing operations. It only takes a few minutes to complete the connection with the screening device. The standard advanced gearbox is the characteristic of LT1213. Metso gearbox is the most efficient crusher drive system on the market, equipped with auxiliary starting and braking devices. The best hydraulic circuit, as well as independent cooling fan and idle machine function, can reduce fuel consumption by 20% and improve the power of the crusher.

LT96WM is the solution to the most difficult transportation conditions, and can be transported by air, elevated ropeway or low flat trailer. LT96 is Metsos most compact mobile jaw crusher with excellent performance, especially in recycling and contract crushing applications. Standard IC700 automatic control system can ensure the best crushing effect. One-click start and stop features, as well as different access levels, are particularly suitable for rental businesses.

The LT106 jaw crusher is equipped with Nordberg C106 jaw crusher, which excels in the harshest operating environments. Many new features of this model, such as radial side tape machine, high inertia flywheel and IC700 automatic control system with ultrasonic level sensor, making it the most productive and cost-effective model in the 40-ton specification. The CATC9.3 engine and hydraulic drive unit ensure trouble-free operation and eccentric rotation. Optional such as vibrating screen unit and extended main-belt machine, etc., to further improve the adaptability of the crushing station.

LT120 jaw crusher is equipped with Nordberg C120 jaw crusher with wide feed opening, which can ensure good production capacity even under the worst operating conditions and can change the direction of rotation when the crushing chamber is blocked The new CAT C13 engine provides the best power for high inertia flywheels. LT120 is safe to operate and maintain. The jaw lining bolts can be easily installed and removed, and the flywheel synthetic material shield can be opened safely and conveniently. The crushing station is equipped with a smooth access channel and a suitable operating platform to ensure the safety of daily operations.

The LT200HP cone crushing station is designed for the crushing of medium and fine aggregates in multi-stage crushing applications, such as railway ballast, asphalt and concrete. The crushing station is made with Nordberg HP200 , one of the best-selling cone crusher models on the market. Nordberg HP200 cone crusher has high production capacity, good reliability and low cost of wearing parts. The crusher is directly driven by the transfer case, so it can save 15% of fuel than hydraulically driven crusher. The easy-to-operate Metso IC process control system ensures stable and continuous feed to the crusher, as well as fully automatic crushing process control, one-click start-up and advanced fault diagnosis.

The LT200HP cone crushing station is designed for the crushing of medium and fine aggregates in multi-stage crushing applications, such as railway ballast, asphalt and concrete. The crushing station is made with Nordberg HP200 , one of the best-selling cone crusher models on the market. Nordberg HP200 cone crusher has high production capacity, good reliability and low cost of wearing parts. The crusher is directly driven by the transfer case, so it can save 15% of fuel than hydraulically driven crusher. The easy-to-operate Metso IC process control system ensures stable and continuous feed to the crusher, as well as fully automatic crushing process control, one-click start-up and advanced fault diagnosis.

The LT300HP Cone Crushing Station is equipped with the Nordberg HP300M Cone Crusher that has been proven in practice. It is the most effective and reliable medium and fine crushing station on the market, and can be transported on the site as a whole. The LT300HP has a solid structure and is suitable for the hardest rock crushing conditions. The crushing chamber type of HP300 can be selected according to the specific application, so as to achieve a high-yield, advantageous final product and low cost of wearing parts. The best power transmission system makes the LT300HP extremely cost-effective.

The LM S48 mobile screening station has three layers of large screens and can produce up to four specifications of final products. Load-based feeding system and adjustable sifting angle to achieve efficient screening. The convenient tensioning screen at both ends can adapt its fastest speed to different applications. The hydraulic folding conveyor makes the transportation process of the whole machine more convenient and fast. High-quality components and design ensure trouble-free production. It is suitable for a variety of independent and multi-stage crushing and screening processes.

The ST4.8 mobile screening station is equipped with an efficient three-layer screen, which can achieve high yield and precise fine screen. Large-scale, three-layer and double-bearing screens, excellent screening capacity; advanced automatic control, optimal production capacity; large-capacity hopper, low feeding height. The new engine, with the aid of an optimized hydraulic system, can achieve the best fuel efficiency and at the same time easy maintenance.

The ST2.8 mobile screening station multi-purpose equipment is most suitable for the desilting application when the surface is peeled off. It can also be used as an aggregate screen in multi-segment applications, and all uses in between. The power comes from the Cat C4.4 engine, the button-type process control, and the operation is simple. The movement of each part of the equipment is hydraulic, safe and fast. The new engine can save fuel and facilitate maintenance.

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Numerous local, regional, and international players manufacture crushing and screening systems. Hence, the crushing and screening systems market is rather fragmented; intensity of competition is high among these players. Key players operating in the global crushing and screening systems market include:

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Each year, over a billion tons of crushed stone is produced in the United States.Seventy-six percentof the crushed stone used in the U.S. is for construction material such as road construction or maintenance. Without crushing and screening equipment, none of this production would be possible and road, building, and bridge construction and maintenance would be forced to come to a halt. While there can be cases made for all pieces of construction equipment, perhaps the most compelling is for crushing equipment and screening equipment, which so often work together.

But the sole existence of these pieces of equipment is not enough. If you want to process materials in the most precise and efficient way, its essential to choose the right equipment for your process which is exactly what this crushing and screening equipment guide was designed to do. Weve gathered information on each of these pieces of equipment so you can learn more about their parts and how they work. By understanding more about the equipment and applying the background knowledge, you have about your material and your process, you will be able to choose the right crushing and screening equipment.

Together, crushing and screening equipment are a dynamic team they work together to turn big pieces of material into smaller pieces and then sort them into batches of similarly sized materials. While they make a great pair, these pieces of equipment dont necessarily have to be used together. In fact, in many cases, they work independently. Heres an overview of how each of them works.

There are different types of crushers. Some are meant to be built into full circuit material handling systems while mobile crushing equipment is smaller and portable. There is also heavy-duty crushing equipment that is meant to handle really large pieces of raw material jaw crushers are often used for this purpose. They are designed with a jaw composed of two plates that move up and down to apply pressure and break raw material into smaller pieces. Even if a heavy-duty crusher isnt necessary for the job, the overall crusher design is similar two heavy plates moving up and down to apply pressure just on a smaller scale.

The easiest way to think of the function of screening equipment is like a filter or sieve that separates similarly sized materials. The smaller particles pass through the screen, and the larger particles remain above the screen.

There are a variety of different types of screening equipment, as different materials have different characteristics and requirements for the result. Even within the construction industry, there are a variety of shapes and sizes needed for different jobs, whether its a new building or road maintenance. If you want to get the maximum amount of efficiency along with the correct particle size, there are several parts of screening equipment that vary to get the result you need. These variables include the screen material, size, slope, hole openings, number of decks and type of vibration motion.

Aggregate production statisticsshow that in 2017, approximately 1,400 companies produced 1.3 billion tons of crushed stone, down slightly from the previous year. Overall value was also down slightly at $15 billion, but per ton the value was up. The overwhelming majority of that crushed stone is used as construction materials. But the stone that comes directly from the quarry cant be usedimmediately it needs to go through stone crushing equipment and screening process before its ready.

While the exact quarrying process depends on the type of construction material thats being created, there is one part that remains the same crushing. The rock that is extracted from quarries is in large chunks, and so the first step in processing it is putting the rock that has been extracted from the ground through stone crushing equipment. This creates pieces of rock that are easier to process. Often this crusher leads the rock, by conveyor belt, to another crusher. Remember that different construction materials require different sizes of aggregate, so getting the rock into smaller and smaller pieces is key to the result. After a couple of rounds of crushing, the next step is to put the crushed stone through screening equipment to sort the various smaller sizes and shapes of aggregate, and to remove impurities. Now its ready to be transported to distribution centers or construction sites.

The exact size and shape of aggregate are essential for each different type of construction project where the material is used. The screening equipment cant work in the quarrying process without stone crushing equipment breaking it down into a smaller size. These two pieces of equipment are essential to the quarry and aggregate industry. Without stone crushing and screening equipment, we would be at a loss for materials that make up many of the roads, buildings, and bridges in our communities.

Not all crushing equipment is an ideal match for all raw materials and all material processing systems. Instead, choosing the right crushing equipment requires careful consideration of a few factors, including material hardness, desired output, mobility needs and part quality. Considering all of these factors in your decision will ensure that you get a piece of equipment that maximizes performance and efficiency.

It can be challenging to be sure youre choosing the right screening equipment. There are several components to screening equipment that need to be considered, including the screen media, angle and motion of the screen. Of course, the raw material youre working with also needs to be considered as the best fit for many of these factors will depend on your process. Here is some background information to get you started.

The raw material youre working with is going to have an impact on what kind of screening equipment you get for the job. The shape of the particles of material, weight and even the humidity of the material will affect the screening process and should be taken into consideration when youre choosing the right screening equipment for your process.

For example, the capacity youre able to screen will be partially determined by the weight of the material youre screening. Natural stone is mostly round and fairly even, making it easier to screen than crushed stone, which tends to be more angular and rough. Humidity is most influential when the screen hole sizes are 16 millimeters or smaller. Moist, doughy or thick slurry consistencies can be nearly impossible to screen while a dry or thin slurry consistency is ideal for screening.

The screen media is the rubber, polyurethane or wire cloth that has the openings for the particles to either pass through or over, depending on size. There are pros and cons of each of these screen media.

Rubber panels are known for being durable in high-impact situations and for reducing noise a great fit for large batches. The downside? Smaller rocks act like sandpaper, wearing away the rubber and thinning the panel out time. Urethane panels are best for sand and wet material when water is used to support the screening process. Its durable but doesnt make a great match for high-impact processes. Wire cloth panels are the most affordable up front, but abrasive materials can wear it down pretty quickly, meaning youre likely to have to replace it more frequently. This type of panel will also have a higher open area.

Is the screen at an angle? If so, to what degree? While having an angle to the screen can certainly help move the raw material along the screen, too much of an angle can be detrimental to the process. Unfortunately, there is no single measurement that works for everyone. It ultimately depends on the material youre working with, the screen media and the motion of the screen. As a rule of thumb, flat screens are frequently used in portable applications due to road height restrictions. They are efficient but will produce fewer tonnages than an inclined or angled screen. Inclined or angled screens use gravity to help move the process along. In addition to having a single screen at an angle, there are also multi-sloped screens. Multi-sloped screens have three sections to each deck each with its slope or angle. These screens are also known as banana screens.

Part of screening is the motion of the screen. The motion varies depending on the piece of screening equipment that you use, but can usually best be described as screen vibration. This vibration helps get the smaller particles through the screen and separated from the larger particles. There are several different vibration patterns available, but a few of the most common are vibrating freely, circular vibration, linear vibration, and elliptic vibration.

Weve mentioned that there can be more than one screen deck, but what exactly does that mean? Think of decks as tiers of screening on top of one another. When the raw material is dumped into the top deck, particles smaller than the hole size in the screen media will fall through to the second deck. At the second deck, the hole size in the screen media would likely be slightly smaller, capturing some of the particles, but again allowing particles smaller than the hole size in the screen media to fall through to a third deck and so on. At the end of the process, you have multiple decks with multiple particle sizes appropriate for whatever your output is.

Crushing and screening are both processes that require additional equipment. At Wheeler Crushing Systems, we have crushing and screening equipment, as well as the other pieces of equipment to complete your process. Bins and hoppers for storage solutions, feeders for optimal flow and a variety of conveyors to match your site and your material.

All of these pieces of equipment bins, hoppers, feeders, conveyors, crushers and screens are available to purchase new or used, or to rent. At Wheeler Crushing Systems, we understand that there are a variety of reasons crushing and screening equipment may be needed. You may be looking to invest in a brand new piece of equipment for a longer-term crushing and screening process. However, we also understand that budgets and jobs vary. Perhaps buying used is the way youve determined to meet your budget. Or, maybe youre only going to be crushing a screening for a limited amount of time, and so a piece of rental equipment makes sense.

Regardless of what piece of equipment you need, and whether youre interested in buying new, used or renting, at Wheeler, were here to help you complete your crushing and screening process with a piece of equipment that will maximize your output and efficiency.

Youll find everything necessary for your crushing and screening equipment, from rentals or financing to parts and service. We carry the leading manufacturers recognized for reliability, throughput and high product quality Metso, Anaconda, Edge Innovative, RD Olson and Masaba.Our crushing and screening equipment selectionincludes new, used and rental crushers and screens, of course, either track- or trailer-mounted, as well as conveyors, bins, hoppers, and feeders. If you arent sold on a particular model, we can show you the options and benefits of each in detail to help you choose the best crushing and screening equipment.

And it doesnt stop with a purchase. We support every piece of crushing and screening equipment we sell through superb parts availability and skilled service technicians. Our goal is to provide a piece of equipment that helps you increase profitability by providing a solution to your crushing and screening challenges. If youre near one of our ten locations throughout Utah, Nevada or Wyoming, get started by calling us at 801-974-0511, or reaching us through ourcontact form.

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New slow speed shredders, jaw and cone crushers, are some of the latest additions in the world of mobile material processing units for recycling .PDi takes a look at the latest machines on the market as well as highlighting some case stories of their use.

Doppstadt has launched two new slow speed shredders, the Inventhor Type 6 and Methor. The Inventhor has been optimised for economic efficiency, ease of use, accessibility and minimal downtime. Its VarioDirect Drive forms the core technology that combines high throughput, low fuel consumption and optimum start up performance even with difficult shredding jobs. The shredder is able to handle a range of pre shredding applications thanks to its configurable shredding system. It can be used combined with other machines enabling the inline generation of a finished product.

The Methor has been redesigned and offers flexibility when handling smaller volume flows being based on a new approach for Doppstadt, as it leverages for the first time the advantages of Doppstadt technology for smaller volume flows, mono batches or special materials and is geared to maximum flexibility. The shredding system can be switched over within 60min, thus, it is designed for jobs with smaller volumes of materials or frequently changing tasks. It can be combined as part of more complex systems with other Smart Solutions from Doppstadt. The drive system also reacts to blockages so that the machine protects itself. The internal components are cooled thanks to large ventilation openings. The machine is powered using diesel engine technology, but the line will be expanded to include an electric drive option. Based on the range of applications, the Methor is available as a stationary version as well as a mobile version for use with hook lift or on a track mounted chassis. The Methor can be configured and monitored via Wi-Fi to a smartphone, laptop or tablet that is internet enabled and has a browser installed, regardless of operating system.

RM has introduced a new fully electric hybrid screen, RM MSC8500e, which was developed on the basis of the tried and tested RM MSC8500M screen unit. All the hydraulic drives have been replaced with electric ones, with only the crawler gear remaining hydraulic. One customer that has used the hybrid technology is Manfred Schrefler, founder and director of the company Manfred Schrefler GmbH. Since the spring of 2019, he has owned a RM 100GO! with hybrid drive. The crusher can be used for processing material both with diesel operation and electrically. Depending on the application, he combines the mobile impact crusher with the RM HS5000M pre-screen or uses the crusher on its own. With system, Schrefler can process concrete, asphalt and C&D waste as well as natural stone, gravel and excavated material. When we crush using electric power, we manage even lower noise levels, which gives us a great advantage on inner city construction sites, says Schrefler. With regard to emission regulations, with the RM 100GO! Hybrid and its Tier 4f/ Stage IV engine we are among the best. Also, even though the new RM crusher is really great with its low fuel consumption, when I think about how diesel prices are developing compared to electricity, I can recycle more cheaply with an electric powered hybrid crusher.

With the Terminator, Komptech offers a machine for defined pre shredding of waste for recycling or thermal reclamation. With this new addition to the Terminator family, the Type V, Komptech have aspired to create a tough, stoppage free and well-designed shredder. The V stands for versatile in terms of material and range of applications. The focus during development was on users who need to process many different materials, such as household or commercial waste, biomass, or used wood. The Terminator Type V is a line extension, i.e. a new version of the existing U, F, and XXF shredders. The modular idea played a major role in the development and the ability to replace all major components was designed in from the beginning. Komptech integrated all future variants in the basic layout, which is meant to ensure flexibility since by putting together the right components they can set up a machine for the customers requirements. For the first time an optional re-shredding unit under the drum is available, expanding the range of grain sizes.

The Terminator is suitable for waste wood, mixed construction waste, household or bulky waste, commercial waste, tyres or special applications like white goods or electronics waste, to name but a few. It generates the grain size range suited for subsequent processing. With three different shredding units (U, F and XXF) it can do everything from coarse pre shredding to reducing materials to a defined particle size. The grain size is set by adjusting the cutting gap between the counter comb and the drum. This cutting gap remains constant during shredding for consistent output. The large drum diameter prevents wraparounds from tapes, belts and wires. The drum also has an automatic reversing function that acts as an overload protection, as well as performing self-cleaning. With the wide, high output channel and its conveyor system, shredded material is discharged without blockages.

EvoQuip has introduced a new hybrid hook lift jaw crusher, the EvoQuip Bison 160. Suited to hard rock as well as construction and demolition recycling applications, the Bison 160 Hybrid is the fourth model in the Bison series and the first to utilise hybrid diesel electric drive technology to reduce running costs in addition to cutting noise and fuel emissions, making it ideal for urban areas. The dual powered Bison 160 is equipped with a 700mm x 500mm single toggle hydraulically adjustable jaw crusher. The electric drive allows customers to reverse the crusher to clear a blockage or run in reverse for asphalt recycling. An optional deflector plate is fitted on the moving jaw providing belt protection by allowing uncrushable objects to pass through the crushing chamber and onto the discharge belt.

The jaw crusher is suited for working in space restricted sites. EvoQuip has aimed at creating a compact crusher that is easy to transport and operate, and quick to set up. It is ideal for recycling with under crusher clearance, minimal snag points and a short distance between the crusher discharge conveyor and magnet. The over band magnet removes rebar which can be discharged to the right or left of the machine depending on site configuration. Additionally, it includes a heavy duty vibrating grizzly feeder. The intelligent control system is based on power draw and feed level to ensure material flow in the jaw and throughput. The aim of the design is to make a machine small enough to fit inside a standard high cube container, but tough enough to withstand challenging applications.

Following the recent launch of the new Terex MPS TG/TGS Series bushing cone crushers, Terex has introduced the MC320 cone module. The MC320 features the TG320 or optional TGS320 cone on the same universal base structure as the MC and MV series modular lines. The all electric, pre-engineered solution can be transported in standard containers and can be bolted together onsite quickly with basic tools and minimal wiring enabling installation with or without full concrete foundations. The TG320 is a 225kW bushing cone with large feed opening, adjustable eccentric throw and multiple liners, with the 1800/1500rpm motor and crusher being mounted on a rubber isolated frame. The galvanised/painted steel structure includes oversize walkways, repositionable stairs and guard rails. Four plant emergency stops are placed around the platform. The MC320 comes with standard AIC crusher controls. Additional options include an overflow chute and off plant conveyor starter kit.

The recycling company Van Vliet, part of Renewi, has been active in waste processing in the Central Netherlands region for more than 100 years, with the company also processing waste into semi-finished products and green waste into compost. In 2003, Renewi (then named the Van Vliet Groep) hired Haas to design a new waste wood plant, the largest project for Haas at the time. Over a period of several weeks, numerous planning discussions were held. The challenge was to design a plant that would be able to process 70t to 80t of waste wood (unsorted waste and demolition wood) per hour, as well as separate ferrous and non-ferrous metals and carry out exact screening of individual chip sizes according to customer specifications. The end product would be wood chips for biomass plants and high quality chips for the chipboard industry.

The solution delivered was a Haas waste wood processing plant with primary and secondary shredders with a capacity of up to 80t of waste wood per hour. The plant contains five round silos for intermediate storage of the recycling chips until loading by truck or ship loading system. The total size of the plant is approximately 2,000m. In 2003, the originally installed horizontal hammermill, type HSZ 2000, was replaced after thousands of operating hours by a new vertical fed hammermill, type Arthos 2000 and is still running. In 2018, more than 170,000t per year had been processed. We are very satisfied that we have chosen Haas, says Johan Peter Post, operations manager at Renewi. We are convinced of the good consultancy and the entire management and service team of Haas, supporting us at any time, solving any problems and assisting us in any possible way. Maintenance intervals and regular service visits are planned well in advance and the spare and wear parts are manufactured in time, and stored at Haas or at our warehouse. There are no downtimes for longer periods of time and the entire plant still has a very high availability until this day. We have maintained a good partnership with Haas right from the start, which means that communication has never been a problem and mutual trust has built up. I would again implement a new plant project with Volker Haas and his team today.

UK-based manufacturer CMB International releases their updated RC150 RubbleCrusher. It can efficiently work from a trailer or placed on a stationary skid. The typical capacity is 180-300t per day, based on an eight-hour day, and 20-40t/h depending on feed grading and output setting. In their own words, it is easily towable by 4x4 as it weighs under 3,500kg and can be set up in less than 5 minutes. It is loaded with a 5-8t excavator or backhoe loader. The jaw crusher is 650mm x 350mm with a maximum recommended feed size of up to 520mm x 280mm. The adjustable output size is 0-25 to 0-200mm. It can crush concrete, brick and stone up to 210kN. The updated version will feature hydraulic drive with a reverse function and a Tier 5 Yanmar engine for applicable markets. The overall dimensions of the skid are 1200mm width x 4570mm length, while the trailers dimensions are 1550mm width x 4900mm length x 270mm height, with conveyor folded for transport.

CK Abbruch & Erdbau has been using a MR 130 Z EVO2 impact crushing plant to crush rubble from a demolished department store. Additionally, a Mobirex MR 110 Z EVO2 is being used by Leeds, UK, based Mone Brothers.

Established in 2003, CK Abbruch & Erdbau engages primarily in demolition and earthworks. The company processes some 250,000t of recycled feed material annually. Recently, it was hired to take down a shopping centre in central Gppingen, Germany, and process the material on site. In applications of this kind, the company uses the mobile Mobirex MR 130 Z EVO2 impact crushing plant. The company fleet also includes a Mobiscreen MS 13 Z screening plant, mostly used to screen rubble and soil. Markus Christadler, managing director of CK Abbruch & Erdbau, explains his thoughts on choosing Mobirex.

Quality is the deciding factor in processing the material. It is very important to deliver a perfect product to customers, because we compete with natural products like crushed stone and gravel. In other words, our final product has to be processed to be as cubic and as accurately classified by grain size as possible. We also attach great importance to efficiency. Every drop of fuel and every kilowatt of electricity counts in our work, because these savings add up over every hour of operation. My team and I also see safety as a top priority. Systems such as the Lock & Turn, with its key transfer system, are a real improvement in safety.

Markus further explains how he uses Kleemann plants for different jobs. We always adapt the rotor ledges on our MR 130 Z EVO2 impact crusher. We have a rotor ledge set for hard material like concrete rubble and natural stone, and another for soft material like asphalt. But since we usually feed the plant with hard stone, we actually dont have to change sets very often. Together with our contact at the Wirtgen Group sales and service company in Augsburg, we have set up a schedule for the provision of wearing parts, so we are automatically supplied every three months with new rotor ledges for our Mobirex impact crushing plant. If we occasionally see more extensive wear, they get the corresponding spare part to us right away. In addition, our employee who operates the plant always keeps a set of rotor ledges and the most important wearing parts on hand at every construction site.

The crusher is well thought of by Markus staff. What my guys are truly thrilled about is the Spective control system. It is very intuitive and simple to operate. Its also incredibly practical that operating statuses like fuel level are so easy to check. From the standpoint of cost efficiency, I like the high productivity combined with low fuel consumption and the short set up times associated with Spective. There is one more technical detail that workers always praise: the air classifier. We used to do the final sorting of crushed material by hand. Now the air classifier handles most of that job by separating oversized grain from lightweight foreign material with a blower. That increases quality and saves time.

Mone Brothers based in Leeds, UK, is another company that relies on the Mobirex. At the companys fireclay recycling centre to the west of Leeds, a MR 110 Z EVO2 recycles mixed rubble. The impact crusher changes between brick and concrete rubble. Dumper trucks drive into the centre bringing mixed rubble from demolition work and construction sites and takes back crushed and cleaned material. While broken bricks are recycled into hardcore according to British Standard 6F2 and used primarily as a capping layer in road construction, the concrete is used as a Type 1 layer for sub base purposes. Mone Brothers works with the local utility industry and supports the expansion of the electricity, water and gas network with its material. The companies deliver their mixed rubble and drive away again with recycled Type 1.

Thanks to a higher permissible oversize grain content, it is possible to dispense with a closed circuit for 6F2 and increase feed capacity. The MR 110 Z EVO2 then has a capacity of 280t/h. For the recycled Type 1 material, the system changes its location and the secondary screening unit is mounted in approximately 15min. With the integrated oversize grain return conveyor, the capacity is still 250t/h while meeting the necessary standards for road construction. These products are typically produced in the United Kingdom with jaw crushers, of which Mone Brothers also having one from Kleemann based in a quarry.

According to Michael Coleman, managing director of Mone Brothers, the impact crusher achieves a grain shape in one crushing stage that a jaw crusher could not come close to without a second crushing stage. The slightly higher fine content helps to bind the material during later use and equates to the required quantity. The higher performance of the Mobirex is also a highlight. While jaw crushers offer a recommended crushing ratio of 7:1 in recycling, impact crushers can achieve a ratio of 15:1 and a greater feed size. Mone Brothers therefore replaced two of its jaw crushers with one impact crusher. Thanks to the diesel direct electric drive concept of the Kleemann Evo crusher, this reduces operating costs by another 15%. We did try other machines but actually they could not produce enough of the product at the right speed and they were much more expensive to operate, says Coleman. The output is truly mesmerising and it has been a real benefit to the business.

Forster Recycling has developed into an industry specialist with 27 employees. The German recycling company has been focused on processing contaminated soil, gravel, stone, litter, construction rubble and waste from sewer cleaning. The company has three landfills and a thermal processing plant, which transforms contaminated rock or debris into recyclable material. Forsters customers include road construction companies, municipalities, district and water management offices and the German National Railways.

Richard Forster and his company have been using mobile crushers for quite some time; however they have always been rented. This led him to look for a mobile crusher of his own in the 35t range and tested a few, including the Rockster impact crusher R1100DS with screening system and Cat C9 Stage V engine. The large openings and good access to the engine compartment make service and maintenance easier, says Forster. We also have much better experiences with hydraulic drives, as is the case with Rockster's fully hydraulic drive, in comparison with diesel electric drives, where you have to expect cable breaks and which are usually more sensitive to dust or vibrations. Since the crusher is used on multiple locations, i.e. the recycling site and at the company's own gravel quarry or landfills, transport was an important issue. I like the fact that we don't have to disassemble anything on the R1100DS to transport it, just fold in the screening system and drive it onto the flat-bed trailer, explains Forster.

Forster often produces 0-60mm material for underground stabilisation from broken concrete or mixed rubble. The granite gravel from railroads is processed to a 0-16mm or 0-32mm end product, suited for road construction as an underfill or for land consolidation. Performance and material quality are really excellent, the composition of fine and coarse fraction is exactly right for our customer requirements, says Forster. The attached air blower also works perfectly. It has the optimal suction to blow away non aggregate materials such as polystyrene, textiles, wood parts or plastic. This light material is collected directly in a container, which is surrounded by a net, and can then be disposed of. So, everything is done in one step.

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By: Cameron Mackay14th May 2021 Axis House has had the opportunity to enhance and develop its range of copper flotation sulphide collectors in the Zambian mining industry, states Axis House sales manager Gareth Heynes. The companys TLQ2 sulphide collector a specialised liquid collector used for copper flotation is being...

By: Marleny Arnoldi26th March 2021 Original-equipment manufacturer Kwatani has kept up sales and service volumes throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, despite the lull in coal demand globally.

26th March 2021 The Mine Health and Safety Act states that the installation of incline conveyor belts must include the fitting and use of one or more devices to prevent run-back or run-on, to prevent injury by materials or minerals falling from a conveyor belt, says engineering solutions provider BMG business...

By: Darren Parker29th January 2021 Vibrating original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) Kwatanis capital project pipeline is exceptionally strong against the back-end of weak markets, which Kwatani CEO Kim Schoepflin says is a result of time spent actively working with mining and project houses during the worst of the pandemic. For...

By: Cameron Mackay4th December 2020 Ore-processing equipment supplier TOMRA Sorting Minings experience in copper ore sorting globally came to the fore with its X-ray transmission (XRT) technology, with which the company has attained ideal results in the recovery of material and waste removal. TOMRA Sorting Mining area sales...

By: Cameron Mackay4th December 2020 Local consulting firm Metallurgical Engineering Technology and Construction (METC) was approached in 2017 to provide detailed engineering and equipment supply for the Mutoshi copper mine, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). METC director Steve Cathey states that the main objective was...

By: Theresa Bhowan27th November 2020 Geological service provider Minrom states that its dedicated team of geologists, with years of manganese mining expertise, can provide crucial decision-making services for manganese mines in the Northern Cape. Minroms services range from greenfield exploration and three-dimensional geological...

By: Cameron Mackay16th October 2020 Australia is abundant in minerals, with more mines being established every year; this results in more mined ore having to be processed, says local foundry company Thos Begbie sales engineer Esli Bantjes. He states that the companys goal is to be the preferred supplier of components for...

By: Darren Parker2nd October 2020 Original-equipment manufacturer Sandvik Mining and Rock Technologys new Peak Screening solution an integrated system designed to help ensure every square meter of a customers screening is as productive as possible was showcased at the companys Innovation in Mining virtual event, hosted...

By: Darren Parker2nd October 2020 Comminution, separation and sorting technology provider IMS Engineering now supplies process systems and equipment manufacturer General Kinematics STM-Screen which can replace a brute force screen and provide an increase of up to 40% in circuit capacity, helping mines to improve their...

2nd October 2020 Steel fabrication and structure erection company Betterect has successfully completed the fabrication of a semi-mobile crushing plant (SMCP) for a coal mine in Mozambique. The SMCP project was required as part of the mines goal to increase production. The mining business unit of diversified...

By: Darren Parker2nd October 2020 Multinational original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) group Astec Industries, based in the US which has had a presence in South Africa since 2000 through its acquisition of South African crushing and screening OEM Osborn Engineered Products is renewing its focus on a strategy to consolidate its...

2nd October 2020 Wet processing equipment manufacturer CDE has announced plans to host a virtual trade event for the global materials wet processing industry. Continuing its engineering insights education series, the major two-day virtual event will take place on October 14 and 15.

By: Darren Parker2nd October 2020 An increased focus on safety is one of the key driving factors behind innovation and development in original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) Sandvik Mining and Rock Technologys crushing and screening product ranges. Weve seen an evolution around the safety aspect of technology developments in our...

By: Theresa Bhowan25th September 2020 Earthmoving equipment supplier Goscor Earthmoving, an accredited dealer of heavy equipment manufacturer SANY equipment, has noted an increase in the popularity of used materials-handling equipment amid the current economic constraints caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and the national lockdown.

25th September 2020 Trommel technology leader MDS trommel screens and apron feeders, which have been designed especially for mineral processing and recycling applications, are available throughout Africa from branded machinery supplier BLT World. These flexible systems are used to remove the small fraction fines...

By: Halima Frost18th September 2020 Mining equipment manufacturer Eickhoff South Africa has introduced new software packages, which help clients to manage and analyse continuous miners key performance indicators (KPIs). Some of these KPIs include data pertaining to shift advances, first coal, last coal, shuttle car counts and...

By: Donna Slater10th September 2020 South African Capital Equipment Exporters Council (Saceec) director and CEO Eric Bruggeman has pointed out that South African capital equipment exporters had exported R178-billion worth of capital equipment during 2019. Saceec members accounted for about R50-billion, or just under 30%, of that...

4th September 2020 A PhD study on developing a roadmap for the South African titanium metal industry indicated that the South African titanium metal value chain should be expanded to include local TiCl4 and titanium metal powder production. The study was conducted at the Graduate School of Technology Management, at...

By: Mamaili Mamaila4th September 2020 Mining and quarrying equipment specialist Astec Industries Inc has completed a significant export order for a new aggregate crushing plant in Harare, Zimbabwe through its regional office in Johannesburg, in Gauteng.

28th August 2020 A call for further engagement with the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) regarding the 2019 Draft Review of Housing and Living Conditions Standard has stalled as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown in South Africa. The draft standard requires that mines...

By: Martin Creamer20th August 2020 The Electra Mining Africa Connect week will enable exhibitors to promote their products and services free of charge alongside industry-related informative webinars, media activations and product showcase opportunities from September 7 to 11. For the first time in 48 years, Electra Mining Africa...

10th July 2020 Diversified industrial group thyssenkrupp has extensive experience in materials handling and minerals processing circuits, and the service support of its own manufactured equipment. A fully owned subsidiary of thyssenkrupp, headquartered in Essen, Germany, thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions South...

By: Marleny Arnoldi6th July 2020 Mining and quarrying equipment specialist Osborn has completed an export order to Kyrgyzstan, which extends its reach into the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region. The equipment supplied by Osborn has been installed at the countrys second-largest gold mine, the Jerooy gold project.

By: Cameron Mackay3rd July 2020 Following growth in Australia, as well as expansions into other countries, Australian mining and heavy equipment trader Components Only is focusing on continuing its momentum in terms of global growth. About 30% of our revenue is now international. Our international expansion is twofold to...

3rd July 2020 The selection of suitable equipment for specific earthmoving tasks is critical, not only to optimise productivity, but to also ensure efficient capital expenditure, minimal downtime and safety on site, notes Equipment supplier HPE Africa. It is also critical that the equipment that is selected...

By: Shannon de Ryhove3rd July 2020 South African minerals processing company Multotec is expanding its global reach by investing in South America, where almost 30% of the worlds foreign direct investment is being funnelled. South America is a very important mining jurisdiction. Multotec Chiles official registration in 2014...

By: Marleny Arnoldi1st July 2020 Metso Minerals, a subsidiary of global industrial company Metso, has officially merged with Finnish-listed technology company Outotec. The merger has formed a leading process technology, equipment and services company serving the minerals, metals and aggregates industries. The combined company...

By: Theresa Bhowan19th June 2020 Power transmission products distributor Bearings International (BI) is supplying bearings manufacturer Dodge ISN bearings to the quarrying sector to address contamination the leading cause of premature bearing failure in the industry.

19th June 2020 Plant operators want to eliminate dust and spills on belts and transfers as well as minimise maintenance requirements of the conveyor system. Further, the ability of plants to efficiently cope with the challenges of moist and sticky materials related to quarrying is also desired.

19th June 2020 Earthmoving equipment supplier HPE Africas McCloskey S250 screener one of the largest tracked-mounted mobile vibratory screening plants available has been designed for highly-efficient aggregate material screening.