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Mining

    On the Hunt for a Screening Material Solution Challenge A customer had an existing system that used a grizzly section running perpendicular to the material flow stream. The grizzly section of this stationary unit constantly clogged up and needed to be cleaned manually by the facilities operations team. If it was not kept clean all […]

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    Challenge Potash is a necessary fertilizer to the world, and is used to grow corn, wheat, soybeans, potatoes and many other crops. Today, Potash is mostly found in deep shaft mines as much as 4,400 feet (1,400 m) underground. Herein lies one of the main challenges in mining these salts: tight underground quarters leave little […]

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    Customer wanted to replace an existing vibrating screen due to frequent mechanical failure issues. Existing screen technology utilized the traditional brute force drive with large shafts, bearings, and motors. In the application, brute force screen technology typically had a useable life of around 1 year before mechanical failure occurred. The new screen needed to fit into the same area of the plant and run without issues.

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    Traditional grinding mills reclaim only a fraction of precious metals from ore, leaving valuable material in the tailings. These minerals are more difficult to liberate, as it requires the ore to be ground to a very fine mesh.

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