McLanahan: Dewatering screens

By |  February 19, 2013

wash-mcln-screen-300Dewatering screens were introduced in the late 1970s by McLanahan and quickly became the standard in the mining industry. McLanahan dewatering screens feature heavy side plates, stress relieved bridges and cross-beams. The cross-beams are Huck-fastened together (not welded) so that individual components can be replaced. Heavy-duty screen media is utilized for all applications and is manufactured in-house by McLanahan’s Polymers Division. This rugged, easily maintained design, along with the versatility of media combinations, is key to superior long-term performance and flexibility. McLanahan dewatering screens offer multiple advantages for construction and specialty aggregate producers including a drier, drip-free product that other types of equipment cannot provide.

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Launched in 1916, Pit & Quarry magazine serves the multi-billion-dollar aggregates mining industry. It offers its readers informative articles about the equipment and technology used by producers of crushed stone, sand and gravel. Pit & Quarry’s editorial content is based on extensive reader research. The editorial staff covers the industry from the field, traveling thousands of miles each year to visit quarries, sand and gravel plants, and attend industry trade shows and conferences. With editorial offices in Cleveland and an experienced staff of contributing writers, Pit & Quarry has more editorial resources at its disposal than any other aggregates industry magazine. First launched in 1996, Pit & Quarry’s web site has become the leading online information source for aggregates producers. Using the latest technology, it provides visitors the most current and comprehensive information possible.

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