Copenhagen, Denmark – FLSmidth has launched a completely re-engineered trommel chassis and associated screen media package. The new trommel designs have been engineered using Finite Element Analysis (FEA) design calculations to ensure they are structurally sound and will offer excellent service life. The screening media has been custom designed to be less than 25kg per piece which provides safe handling and fast implementation. Continue reading FLSmidth: Completely re-engineered Trommel Chassis and Screen Media Package
Mechelen, Belgium – Francis Flower, a specialist in minerals management, storage and processing, applies vibratory sieve from Russel Finex for check-screening marble powder during bulk loading of delivery tankers from loading silos. The screeners used are less than half the height of a traditional sieving machine, and a wide range of sizes and customizations are available to meet specific requirements. Continue reading Russell Finex: Compact Sieve used for Screening of Marble Powder during Tanker Loading
Schliengen, Germany – The Paddy sensor, a particle sensor developed by envea™ – SWR engineering for on-line monitoring of coarse grain in the flow, can be used in all processes where solids are ground and screened. At the end of these processes at least two fractions are always produced, the fine material and the coarse grain. If a screen break occurs, up to now this has led to the production of large quantities of rejects or an increased workload due to renewed screening. The Paddy sensor is installed in the outlet of the material flow fraction and detects reliably if a screen break occurs.
St. Catharines (ON), Canada – Haver & Boecker, an equipment manufacturer and solutions provider for aggregates and mining applications, offers the Tyler L-Class vibrating screen for classifying wet or dry material as well as an ideal dewatering method. The compact machine is versatile and easy to maintain, with no timing belts or gears that normally need replacing.
Caerphilly, UK — Increased demands for efficient recycling has resulted in plants such as Re-Gen Waste Ltd. based in Newry, Northern Ireland to be processing over 140,000 tonnes per year of MDR, in a 24-7 operation. To ensure Re-Gen’s continuous success, earlier in 2017 a GBP 2 million (approx. USD 2.67 million) expansion was carried out as part of a nine million pound wider investment, including the upgrade of Re-Gen’s MDR (Mixed Dry Recycling) and paper recycling lines. As part of the expansion Re-Gen required maximum ferrous and non-ferrous metal recovery from the two upgraded waste streams.