Mobile classification system separates aggregate without water

By |  October 30, 2018
Van Tongeren America's mobile classification system

Van Tongeren America’s mobile classifying system integrates the company’s gravitational-inertial classifier system. Photo courtesy of Van Tongeren America.

Van Tongeren America unveiled a mobile version of its dry particle classification system that separates materials on site without requiring water.

Developed to process manufactured sand, frac sand, crushed stone, cement, gravel, lime and other materials, the mobile classification system sets the entire processing plant within a standard truck base to permit convenient movement among multiple sites and to make small or remote locations viable where constructing an entire plant would be cost-prohibitive – or where water is not readily available.

The mobile classifying system integrates Van Tongeren’s gravitational-inertial classifier system for particle separation and recovery. With its multi-cell cyclone system for safely managing exhaust gas at such high particle efficiency, ancillary baghouse dust collectors and precipitators may be eliminated.

The pneumatic air classifier separates particles at any cut point, from 50 to 230 mesh, and consistently runs unattended in 24/7 operation with no moving parts for dependable service and virtually zero maintenance. Custom conveyors and other accessories can be added as needed.

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