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...
There is no significant disagreement on the need to take a cleaner, greener and more sustainable approach to construction and civil engineering. Aggregates have played a key role in this, with recycled crushed rock, sand and gravel, made from construction and demolition (C&D) waste forming the core of the industry’s integration of recycled materials.
Both reclaimed and virgin aggregates will be needed if the UK is to meet demand in the coming years.
Some have argued that Britain could find its road back to growth by backing big infrastructure projects but, for now, the future is obscure. A tumultuous few weeks for the British government leaves open questions for the aggregates sector. The government’s Growth...
With both legislation and public opinion demanding more sustainable construction and civil engineering, a change in material sourcing can have a transformative impact on projects of all kinds right across the UK.
The ultimate proof of Tyrone International’s quality engineering and vision for improved total cost of ownership is in what our customers say about us.
Recent changes in legislation, due to come into force next year, will continue to prioritise the increased use of recycled aggregates over virgin material.
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