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36 diameter x 25 long Single Spiral Fine Material Sand Screw Washer, 15 h.p. electric motor, V-belt drive with guard, shaft mounted oil bath lubricated gear reduction box, grease lubricated external roller bear...

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Following is a list of aggregate equipment machine categories for which Aggregate Equipment Sales offers parts. An AES part list is available as a PDF for each machine and references part numbers for EIW (both old and new) and the AES part number.

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Fine material sand screws are machines designed for dewatering, washing, and classification. Adjustable overflow weirs enable operators to control the depth of the head and velocity of overflow wastewater. The large overflow feed box allows for either the retention or the removal of finer mesh particles. Ideal for construction sand producers, mining companies, salt/brine reclamation, and glass recycling.

Popular fine washers include: Eagle Iron Works (EIW ) Fine Material Washer / Sand Screw, (sizes: 24, 36, 44, 48, 54, and 66) for which Aggregate Equipment Sales offers a complete line of wear parts: Kolberg Pioneer (KPI ) 36, 44, and 54 Fine Material Washer / Sand Screws; Superior / Greystone 36 and 44 Fine Material Washer / Sand Screws and Weir / Trio 36, 44, 54, and 66 Fine Material Washer / Sand Screws.

Frequently ordered wear parts include fine material washer shoes (44 A4636, A04636, or TA04636; 36 A2377, A02377, or TA02377; 54 A4135, A04135, or TA04135) spiral segments (36- D5659, D05659, or TD05659; 44- D5394, D05394, or TD05394) and outboard bearing assemblies (A8286, A08286, or TA08286; A8285, A08285, or TA08285).

classifying with your fine material washer

Besides washing and dewatering, one of the three main functions of a Fine Material Washer is classification. Classification is accomplished by adjusting the height of the three overflow weirs to control the amount of fine material that exits with the water. Keeping the weirs level allows less product-size material to leave the machine, and excess fines can be removed by lowering the back weir and raising the side weirs.

One of the ways to control the amount of fines that overflow the weirs is to manage the overflow depth of the weirs. Increasing or decreasing the water gallonage can help you achieve your desired hydraulic mesh split.

The slide chart is a numerical table inserted in a sleeve that features strategically placed cut-out windows. The windows show the numbers on the table that correspond with Eagle Iron Works various Fine Material Washer sizes to determine the recommended water gallonage per minute and screw speed for that machine.

Please note that the washer overflow gallonage is based on the three overflow weirs set level. Eagle Iron Works recommends a minimum of 50 gallons per minute of fresh water per ton per hour of minus 200 mesh material contained in the washer feed for proper washer operation.

The rotational speed of the screw shaft plays a large role in the classification of fine material. With slower screw speeds, the finer material is allowed to settle out in the tub and sold as a saleable product.

The reverse side of Eagle Iron Works slide chart can help you determine the recommended screw speed based on the percent passing the 50% mesh sieve. If you operate your Fine Material Washer at speeds that are faster than the slide chart recommendations, excessive turbulence will be created and will result in a possible loss of product-size material overflowing the weirs with the wastewater.

If you have an Eagle Iron Works slide chart for Fine Material Washers, the instructions for determining the weir overflow gallonage and recommended screw speed are printed on the sleeve. The weir overflow gallonage side of the slide chart also includes a ruler with inch markings on the top and bottom of the ruler. You can use this ruler to measure your weir overflow depth.

On the recommended screw speed side of the slide chart, the numbers in the top window represent the percent passing the 50 mesh sieve. The numbers in the bottom window represent rpm and capacity measured in tons per hour, respectively.

To further aid the Fine Material Washer with washing, Fine Material Washers are equipped with Rising Current Classifiers to help to separate the deleterious material from the fine material. However, if you are losing product-size fines with the overflow, you can turn off the Rising Current Classifier or reduce the amount of water that enters the pool area.

EIW, LLC has been providing aggregate beneficiation equipment of exceptional quality for over 140 years. EIW begins by engineering equipment for the defined needs of each customer. We provide support from point of sale throughout the life of the machine, including readily available replacement parts.

coarse material washers | eagle iron works

Eagle Iron Works' Coarse Material Washers are designed to efficiently clean rock by scrubbing deleterious materials from gravel or crushed stone feeds. They provide light to moderate scrubbing and washing to remove the soluble clays and dust coatings found in natural and crushed stone applications.

Eagle Iron Works produces heavy-duty Coarse Material Washers for removing soluble clays and dust coatings that are encountered in natural and crushed stone applications. They are manufactured with alternating spiral flights and paddles on the conveyor shaft to abrade and break down soluble clays or crusher dust clinging to the particles in the feed. Undesirable dissolved clays and silts overflow the weirs from a rising current of water to remove lightweight deleterious materials. Removing these deleterious materials is vital to creating a clean final product.

Coarse Material Washers from Eagle Iron Works are available in either single or double screw configurations depending on capacity requirements. The largest size machine is a 48 x 24 Double Screw unit that has a capacity of up to 500-600 tph. They are available with Eagles heavy-duty gear reducer or as a CONDOR model with standard Dodge reducers. An adjustable end weir improves trash removal capabilities. Heavy-duty cast hubs protect the pipe shafts from excessive wear.

Corrugated paddles cut through a slurry of rock and water, resulting in particle-on-particle scrubbing that causes the deleterious materials to separate from the coarse aggregate materials. The action of the paddles, combined with the rolling and tumbling generated by the rotating spirals, releases deleterious materials into the overflowing wastewater. A rising current manifold on each Eagle Coarse Material Washer provides an upward current of water to assist in removing unwanted materials. Lightweight deleterious materials, such as twigs, sticks and some coals, are floated by the rising current of water and the jigging action of the paddles within the tub. Those lightweight materials are then removed by the overflowing wastewater.

By adding more paddles to the shaft(s), each Coarse Material Washer can be configured to meet the different specific scrubbing needs of various materials. Additional paddles, while slightly reducing capacity, allow material to be retained in the Coarse Material Washers tub area, providing additional scrubbing.

Blade Mills are very similar in appearance to Coarse Material Washers but function much differently. The major difference is that any material and water that enters the Blade Mill must exit through the discharge opening located at the bottom of the washer tub opposite the feed end, as these units are installed at a shallow slope position of 0 to 5. There is no overflow in this type of unit. Using a combination of paddles and flights arranged in alternating format the entire length of the shafts, they begin to scour, abrade and break down deleterious material. The shafts can have different configurations but mainly the idea is to have alternating flights and paddles. Rock, sand, or a combination of rock and sand depending on the process plant location typically discharges directly onto a washing/sizing vibrating screen or dewatering equipment.

EIW, LLC has been providing aggregate beneficiation equipment of exceptional quality for over 145 years. EIW begins by engineering equipment for the defined needs of each customer. We provide support from point of sale throughout the life of the machine, including readily available replacement parts.

log washers | mclanahan

McLanahan Log Washers can accept a feed material up to 6 (150mm) cubed. As the percentage of material to be removed increases, longer units should be used to increase the retention time washing action. In very severe applications, two or more Log Washers may be required.

While there are many things that set theMcLanahan Log Washer apart in the market, when you work with McLanahan, you are working with the company that perfected the Log Washer. In 1891, Samuel Calvin McLanahan was granted a patent for an ore washing, twin steel shaft machine that is todays Log Washer. Just as when Samuel Calvin McLanahan originally engineered them, producers can be sure that McLanahan Log Washers today aredesigned with safety and simplicity of operation in mind, and they are backed by McLanahan's process knowledge to ensure their profitable operation.

McLanahan offers Log Washers with shafts up to 10.6m (35') in length. The length of the Log Washer directly affects the retention time of the material being washed. The longer the washer box, the higher the retention time. There are also several diameters of shaft available. In general, the 36 and 38 diameter Mudmaster units can accept a feed material up to 4 cubed, while the 46 diameter Super Mudmaster units can accept a feed material up to 6 cubed.

McLanahan Log Washers come standard with adjustable weirs at the overflow openings that permit the change in water depth, and can in turn affect the quality of the washed products. All units are equipped with a spray bar for rinsing material prior to discharge. McLanahan recommends that a rinsing screen be used after a Log Washer to provide a final wash. As an option, McLanahan supplies cleanout grates at the bottom of the Log Washer to aid in cleaning the unit of material should maintenance or seasonal shutdowns occur.

All McLanahan Log Washers employ a V-belt driven, single-input, dual-output gear reducer that can be uncoupled from the log shafts and frame for maintenance. Heavy-duty washer boxes are diagonally reinforced on the bottom and vertically along the sides to provide years of maintenance-free use. Standard drive guards and optional top covers are available for personnel protection.

Log Washers remove clays and other deleterious materials by material-on-material inter-particle scrubbing, as well as the interaction with the paddle shafts and water. Clay contaminated hard rock and ore is subjected to a more aggressive washing action than any other type of machine available. Intermeshing paddle shafts scrub and convey the material over the machine length to the discharge, while dissolved clay and mud contaminates overflow a weir in a water slurry when a Log Washer is installed at a proper slope.

Log Washers sit at a slope of zero to 14 degrees depending on the severity of the washing action required. As the percentage of deleterious material increases, the slope must be raised to increase retention time. Under certain conditions, lower slope can increase the capacity while decreasing usage power and wear. It is recommended to establish the lowest operating slope while maintaining a clean product to take advantage of low usage power consumption and parts wear.

As deleterious material is liberated, clean material moves forward between the shafts and discharges out the bottom of the box after a final rinse by a spray bar. Deleterious clays and silts are dissolved and absorbed into the water and carried over a weir on either side of the box. In high capacity applications, an optional rising current system helps lift waste fractions to the top of the water level and over the weir.

When selecting a Log Washer, the type of feed material must be taken into consideration. The size and shape of the feed material can affect the capacity of a particular size unit. McLanahan willbe able to provide a list of capacities and water requirements based on your feed material.

It is recommended that the sand-sized fraction is removed prior to the Log Washer since finer material tends to cushion the washing action. The sand fraction should only be fed to the Log Washer when severe washing of fines is required. When processing fines, it is necessary to capture the overflow of the unit to save them for further processing.

Log Washers are widely used for washing materials, including hard rock ore, gravel, limestone and phosphate, that have tough, plastic sticky clay contaminants. Feeds having up to 15% clays can be removed in a single unit. The largest feed size can be up to 150mm or 6. While the machine has a spray bar near the discharge for an additional rinsing in most instances, it is recommended that the rock or ore be further washed and, as required, separated on a washing/vibrating screen.

You should know the type of clay/silt contamination that needs removed, the ore/rock feed size, the tons per hour feed solids capacity, andthe process flow and equipment location of therequired washer in your processing plant.

Originally engineered by Samuel Calvin McLanahan in 1894, McLanahan Log Washers have set the standard by which all others are measured. Designed with safety and simplicity of operation in mind, McLanahan Log Washers eliminate out-of-spec products contaminated with clay, silts and other deleterious materials.

coarse material screw washers | mclanahan

Coarse Material Screw Washers are used to wash crushed stone, gravel and other hard ores, generally ranging from 3/8" to 4 (10 to 100mm) that contain light, loamy clays; dirt; crusher dust; and other coatings that cannot be removed by wet screening alone. Coarse Material Screw Washer shafts utilize a combination of paddles and spiral screw flights to provide scrubbing, scouring and agitation.

McLanahan offers a wide range of Coarse Material Screw Washers having capacities of 20 to 600 tph. McLanahan Coarse Material Screw Washers can be a solution for many ore, rock or sand washing issues. Our units offer typically provide less downtime, simplified maintenance and more clean product for your highest profitability.

McLanahan Coarse Material Screw Washers feature abrasion-resistant, white iron paddles that provide high wear life and are reversible. This gives producers tremendous flexibility, as reversing some of the paddles will keep material in the box longer, improving retention time. If the operator chooses to move the unit or feed it larger amounts of deleterious material, it is still usable despite changing conditions.

The McLahanan screw shaft design keeps operation and maintenance simple on Coarse Material Screw Washers. A 360-degree spiral flight section with wear shoes located at the feed end moves material forward, preventing buildup in that area into a section of scrubbing paddles. Coarse Material Screw Washer shafts are made of extra-heavy steel pipes that have inner and outer renewable and reversible abrasion-resistant hard iron paddles in the scrubbing area. The paddles are followed by heavy-duty steel flights, equipped with bolt-on inner and outer renewable, abrasion-resistant hard iron wear shoes. V-belt drive guarding comes standard for personnel safety. Optional top protective covers are available.

Coarse Material Screw Washers use paddles in conjunction with screw flights to provide scrubbing, scouring and agitation. The turbulent paddle washing action combines with the rising current water introduced at the bottom of the washer box under the incoming feed to result in the separation of deleterious lighter fractions from the sound aggregate and ore. Lighter fractions, such as clay and floating vegetation, rise to the surface due to the water rising in the box and then overflow the weir located in the back of the washer box. The resulting clean product is then conveyed by the spiral flights to the discharge end of the box.

McLanahan Coarse Material Screw Washers can be furnished with standard 20 to 40 paddles per shaft. The more paddles that are used, the lower the capacity; however, the washing action is increased due to the fact that paddles do not convey material up the washer box as fast as flights. When using additional paddles, it is also necessary to lower the slope of the box and increase motor horsepower to help convey material to the discharge end.

Coarse Material Screw Washers are built primarily to wash crushed stone and gravel, generally ranging from 10mm (3/8") to 100mm (4"). They effectively remove light, loamy-type clays; dirt; crusher dust; and coatings that cannot be removed by wet screening alone. They also can be used to remove floating vegetation and soft aggregate, although all vegetation and waterlogged sticks may not be removed completely. Coarse Material Screw Washers are not intended to remove the tough plastic clay contaminants from a hard ore and rock feed that may require a McLanahan Log Washer.

You should know the type of clay/silt contamination that needs removed, the ore/rock feed size, the tons per hour feed solids capacity, and the process flow and equipment location of the required washer in your processing plant.

Primarily to process crushed stone and gravel that generally ranges from 3/8" to 4" (9.5mm to 101mm), McLanahan Coarse Material Screw Washers provide scrubbing, scouring and agitation of materials to remove tough clays. They feature abrasion-resistant, white iron paddles used in conjunction with screw flights that provide maximum wear life and are reversible. McLanahan works with customers to select the correct size and paddle configuration to accommodate your specific project.

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Superior replacement crusher parts are taken from the same warehouse used for our manufacturing operations. That means you get an equal part, with equal quality, thats designed exactly for your machine.

Routine maintenance and repairs are part of owning and operating high-performing wet processing equipment. Good care of your washing, scrubbing, classifying and dewatering machinery includes quality replacement parts for when things break or wear out.Certainly, there are cheaper options for parts like wear shoes, screw shafts and hydraulic valves from all around the world, but many times those parts can negatively affect your equipment. Theyre cheaper upfront, but end up swiping more money from your pocket during the life of your machine.Thats why we always suggest using Superiors OEM replacement parts for your wet processing equipment. Theyre the exact same parts used when we first manufactured your machinery.

After acquiring GreyStone, Inc. in 2015, were geared up to supply you with wear parts for the legacy aggregate equipment brand. Like doing business with us? We can also supply all replacement washing parts for Astec, Eagle Iron Works (EIW), Kolberg, KPI-JCI, McLanahan, Telsmith and Wemco*.

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