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Tag: equipment maintenance

Vibrating screen diagnostics Photo: Haver & Boecker Niagara

How vibration analysis boosts producers’ bottom lines

February 7, 2022By

Diagnostic tools like vibration analysis have the ability to improve and maintain vibrating screen performance and reduce maintenance costs and downtime.

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Vibration analysis gives screening plant managers the information needed to fine-tune and properly maintain equipment. Photo: Major

How vibration analysis makes life easier for screens

January 10, 2022By

Lars Bräunling of Major explains how aggregate producers can use vibration analysis tech to prevent unforeseen breakdowns, as well as optimize performance.

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Four steps to maintain equipment safely

December 20, 2021By

Maintaining a safe work environment is essential to not only keep employees out of harm’s way, but reduce risk, avoid downtime and ensure operations run efficiently and smoothly.

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Strategies to maximize trailer longevity, safety

December 9, 2021By and

To get the most out of trailers, there are some key steps to take that prevent costly damage and keep trailers in tiptop shape.

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How to maintain sand classifying tanks, fine material screw washers

July 27, 2021By

Maintaining a site’s washing and classifying equipment is vital when it comes to keeping equipment up and running and downtime to a minimum.

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Utilizing the right oils, lubricants when mining in the heat

July 16, 2021By

It’s important to reexamine if the right oils and lubricants are in use with your equipment and environment, as getting it wrong puts machinery at risk.

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Suppliers offer expertise on pumps, systems

June 9, 2020By

Pump suppliers offer tips to producers to elevate their understanding of pumps and systems.

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An electric motor with a V-belt drive into a shaft-mounted reducer typically turns the screw shaft of a fine material screw washer. V-belts should be periodically inspected for wear. Photo courtesy of McLanahan Corp.

Maintaining your classifying tank, fine material screw washer

November 9, 2018By

Tips and tricks to keep your classifying tank and fine material screw washer up and running.

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