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Crushed Rock

We have extensive experience in the design and delivery of wet processing plants for a variety of rock types including:

• Limestone

• Granite

• Gabbro

• Tillite

These processing plants include material from across our portfolio which can be introduced throughout the process:

• Feeding

• Scrubbing

• Screening & Sizing

• Organics & lightweights removal (leaves, roots etc)

• Sand washing • Primary stage water treatment

• Sludge management

Our turnkey project approach also facilitates the introduction of existing or new crushing circuits within the processing plants to optimise final product specification according to the requirements of your business. Our crushed rock processing plants are typically introduced to address issues such as:

• Removal of excess fines created during the crushing process

• Effective removal of clay contamination from rock deposits

• Removal of organics and lightweight contamination from rock deposits

• Addressing local natural sand shortages by producing a manufactured sand from your crushed rock feed

• Processing crusher dust stockpiles to produce a manufactured sand for use in various construction applications

• Reducing the water required to feed your washing plant by more than 95% through the introduction of our water recycling and sludge management system

• Eliminating the requirement for settling ponds / lagoons

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