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 The electric plant has been manufactured with a robust, easy to assemble steel construction, complete with galvanised walkways and handrails throughout to provide easy and safe access. The whole plant footprint sits on a concrete pad including driveway and access to the H12 feed hopper.
Richard, continued, “We have had a long and successful relationship with PowerX Equipment over the years and always found them very professional and very quick to respond. It made perfect sense to continue our relationship and invest in these two new plants. We cannot really fault them; they are always proactive which is perfect as we cannot let customers down!
AggresandTM 165 Modular Wash Plant:
This plant is currently being assembled on site and will be commissioned late November and provide NLSG with two grades of sand and a 10mm and 20mm aggregate.
The NLSG Terex® high performance AggreSand 165 modular wash plant combines aggregate washing and screening with sand processing on a modular chassis. It brings together tried and trusted Terex® Washing Systems components in an innovative modular design, setting itself apart from other washing systems in the marketplace. The plant includes an H12 feed hopper which delivers material to a feed conveyor and onto a 3-deck 16 x 5 screen box with modular support structure. This separates the two aggregates and delivers the sand to a Fines Master 200c Sand Classification Unit, with all materials being stockpiled by radial conveyors.
Richard added, “We chose the 165 because it can process a large tonnage which will enable us to keep up with the demand.
“Also, screening is through polyurethane mats which are considerably better and offer less maintenance. Unlike the first plant all the as-dug material in this instance will come off a Powerscreen Warrior 1200 tracked scalper which will feed material direct into the plant hopper.”
This Powerscreen Warrior 1200 tracked scalper was originally supplied by PowerX Equipment and includes triple shaft technology which is unique to Powerscreen heavy-duty screens. This triple shaft design ensures that the 16 x 5 screen box is highly efficient while maintaining exceptional throughput productivity.
Luke Talbot – MD of PowerX Equipment, added, “This is our fourth plant installation for NLSG alongside the supply of various mobile crushing and screening machines. We have worked with NLSG for some considerable time and have always ensured that the investment they have made is operating efficiently, processing and providing saleable material.” Nov-Dec 21 - Issue 71
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