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Aggregates, Washing and Classifying

Log Washer vs. Sol-Clay Washer: Which Should I Choose?
By Megan Riner on August 22, 2019

When it comes to removing clay material from gravel, Sol-Clay Washers and Log Washers are two options to consider. Both have been proven in many applications to remove deleterious...

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Aggregates, Washing and Classifying

Inside a Classifying Tank: Debunking Common Myths
By Megan Riner on July 18, 2019

As with any piece of aggregate processing equipment, there can be misconceptions about how Classifying Tanks work, where they are used and what maintenance is required. Below are some...

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Aggregates, Washing and Classifying

Avoid doing these 7 things to keep your Attrition Mill running efficiently
By Megan Riner on June 12, 2019

Attrition Mills are used to remove surface contaminants like coatings and stains from sand-size fractions, with the goal being to increase durability and improve sand equivalency....

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How Excessive Speed Can Compromise A Sand Screw's Operation
By Megan Riner on May 16, 2019

We all want to produce as much sand as possible, so it’s common to want to push the boundaries of what your Sand Screw is capable of handling.

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Five Factors You Should Consider Before Sizing A Fine Material Washer
By Megan Riner on February 7, 2019

You’ve decided on a Fine Material Washer for washing your fine aggregate — now what? Here are four factors you should consider before sizing a Fine Material Washer.

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11 Maintenance Tips For Your Coarse Material Washer
By Megan Riner on January 23, 2019

Coarse Material Washers are designed to remove soluble clays and dust coatings from aggregate (3/8” to 2-1/2”) feeds. Since removing these deleterious materials is important for creating...

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Keeping Your Sol-Clay Washer running like new
By Megan Riner on January 4, 2019

Sol-Clay Washers are ideal for scrubbing water soluble clay from aggregate material. With intermeshing corrugated paddles that run the length of each shaft, Sol-Clay Washers fall between...

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Classifying With Your Fine Material Washer
By Megan Riner on November 30, 2018

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...

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How Mark VI Can Improve the Efficiency of Your Operation
By Megan Riner on November 14, 2018

Gone are the days when plant operators were required to physically turn knobs to keep their products in-spec. Now, computerized control systems, such as Eagle Iron Works Mark VI, handle...

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What Can Your Classifying Tank Do For You?
By Megan Riner on October 24, 2018

Water Scalping-Classifying Tanks can help aggregate producers create a reliably consistent in-spec product by removing excess sand particles. They are designed to provide three functions:

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