W.S. Tyler and Kemper Equipment demo

By |  June 12, 2014

W.S. Tyler and Kemper Equipment held a joint demonstration of the Hydro-Clean material washing system at Mason-Dixon Sand & Gravel’s Cecil Plant in Port Deposit, Md. The W.S. Tyler Hydro-Clean uses high-pressure jets in a drum to liberate silt and clay particles from the material being processed. The material then travels through a wash screen for final cleaning.

In addition to representatives from W.S. Tyler, Kemper Equipment and Ironclad Marketing, about a dozen aggregate producers attended the event. Pit & Quarry was there, too. The site host was Mason-Dixon Sand & Gravel and parent company York Building Products. Michael Honea, process engineer with W.S. Tyler, and Larry Zamkus, division manager, conducted the demonstrations.

Zamkus noted that this demonstration model (smaller than production-size models) is a traveling unit that has made its way to at least a half-dozen sites since ConExpo-ConAgg in March.

Photos by Darren Constantino

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Darren Constantino is an editor of Pit & Quarry magazine. He can be reached at dconstantino@northcoastmedia.net.

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