Tag: log washers

PQ March washing & classifying

Emphasizing safety around the wash plant

August 19, 2022 By

Hazards to look for with wet processing equipment and keys to the most successful safety programs.

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Photo: McLanahan

McLanahan Log Washers

November 16, 2021 By

Used to remove tough, plastic clay contaminants and other deleterious material from gravel, stone and hard ore feeds, today’s Log Washer is designed with safety and simplicity of operation in mind.

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Motor wiring draped across a vibrating motor to the side of a dewatering screen is a dangerous condition. Check this and replace wiring as needed. Photo: McLanahan

Key safety areas to watch in washing operations

February 28, 2020 By

To uphold a safe work environment, here are some safety hazards to watch for around wet processing equipment typically found on aggregate-producing sites.

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To maintain a safe washing operation, walk it daily, train personnel on the proper lockout/tagout procedures associated with equipment, and keep the area around the plant clean. Photo courtesy of McLanahan Corp.

Safety practices to follow around washing, classifying equipment

March 27, 2019 By

Keeping your site clean and training operators on safety procedures have long-lasting benefits for your personnel and equipment.

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Haver & Boecker Hydro-Clean Washing Unit

September 4, 2016 By

The Hydro-Clean™ washing unit from Haver & Boecker effectively cleans deleterious material from aggregate, recycled and other minerals

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Photo by Kevin Yanik

P&Q University Lesson 9: Washing & Classifying

September 10, 2015 By

Materials engineers constantly strive to improve concrete and bituminous mixes and road bases, and clean aggregate is a

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AGG1 2015 Exhibitor Profile: W.S. Tyler

February 25, 2015 By

The Hydro-Clean washing unit from W.S. Tyler uses up to 75 percent less water over traditional log washers,

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