Choosing the right wash plant for your needs means addressing your desired throughput, the kinds of materials you will be processing, total cost of ownership and more.
As the world’s population continues to grow and urbanise, there is a growing demand for building materials such as concrete and aggregates including gravel, crushed stone, sand and slag. This has led to a materials shortage in many parts of the world, resulting in higher prices, as well as a greater strain on the environment. However, there is a solution to this problem: using recycled materials to meet the demand for building materials, including aggregates.
Washing helps to improve the quality of aggregate end products, delivering a wide variety of materials suitable for construction use. We take a look at how the process works.
As a key component of our aggregate washing plants, the T-Scrub range of log washers is designed for ease of maintenance.
Dewatering is a key element of aggregate washing plants, but how exactly does it work?
With a smaller footprint, modular aggregate washing plant has become a popular choice, but what criteria should you use to decide if it is right for you?
Liquid-solid separation is a key function of Tyrone International aggregate washing plant and our filter presses support high-throughput applications where a large volume of slurry is processed.
The aggregates and construction sectors are being disrupted by wide-scale social, economic and political forces, but adoption of the right technologies, processes and mindsets has the potential to turn the disrupted into the disruptor – and drive new profits at the same time.
After a tumultuous few months, a statement from the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer has restated the government’s commitment to infrastructure development. In early October, we asked if the government’s growth plans would deliver for the aggregates sector. The Growth...
Tyrone International’s focus on TCO can help you understand the real cost of your operations.
Thanks to our investment in research and development, Tyrone International can keep your business ahead of competitors at a time when efficiency and agility are key requirements for success.
An October report saw a drop in quarrying output. Are energy prices to blame and could an efficiency drive help meet demand for construction aggregates? Mining and quarrying output fell by 8.2% in August, according to the Industrial Production Bulletin of the...
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