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Tag: fines

Fragmentation monitoring systems can offer insight on fragmentation in loader buckets, on conveyor belts and in other key places in the mine process. Photo: P&Q Staff

Three ways to eliminate fines in blasting

March 3, 2022By

Anthony Konya, vice president of Precision Blasting Services shares three methods to help eliminate fines during the blasting process.

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McLanahan creating profit from waste

McLanahan creating profit from waste

March 2, 2022By

Recovering fine material from the waste stream can reduce the load on downstream processing equipment and reduce the amount of solids reporting to settling ponds.

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Terex Washing Systems UltraFines

Terex Washing Systems displays fines recovery unit at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020

March 16, 2020By

Terex’s FM UltraFines recovery unit allows users to recover ultra fines material from waste water streams in an efficient manner, the company says.

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MSHA program reclaims $5.2M in unpaid fines

October 25, 2018By

According to the Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA), a strengthened enforcement initiative has produced outstanding fines this year from 49 mine operators.

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Van Tongeren America releases classifier systems

July 1, 2018By

The new line collects and separates dry particles by size range using only ambient air and gravity.

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Impact of MSHA penalties

Impact of MSHA penalties

February 3, 2015By

A number of things can be said about MSHA penalties and the effects that penalty assessment procedures have […]

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New MSHA penalties

October 13, 2014By

MSHA is amending civil penalty procedures. The agency says this is to promote consistency, objectivity and efficiency, and […]

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New standard sought to distinguish safe, harmful fines

July 19, 2012By

A proposed ASTM International standard will be used to distinguish between harmful and non-harmful fines in construction aggregate. […]

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