Item: 2615

Automated Crushing and Blending Plant

300000.00CAD

  • Component List:
    • High Hydraulic Drum Lifter/Tilter
    • Primary Crusher: Denver 8 X 10 Jaw Crusher
    • Screen: KASON VIBROSCREEN, 30 inch 2-DECK, MODEL K30-2-SS
    • Secondary Crusher: Rocklabs Boyd Crusher
    • Screen: Sweco Vibroscreen
    • Conveyor: 18 inch X15 foot Conveyor - Variable speed
    • Conveyor: 18 inch X 8 foot Conveyor - Variable speed
    • Blender: Vrieco- Nauta Blender u2013 5-LFC-43
  • Plant Process Description: The plant is designed to convert a wide range of ores or material into samples for process testing or analysis. The combination of large-scale equipment and automated conveying and screening equipment increases production, improves plant safety and ensures test sample integrity. The unit crushes and screens ore at a rate of up to 150 kg/hr. Automated material movement The process begins with a remotely controlled platform that hoists pails of ore and dumps them into a hopper. The hopper feeds the ore into a 10 cm x 25 cm primary jaw crusher that handles ore fragments up to 15 cm in diameter. Crushed ore is conveyed to a 76 cm diameter double-deck screener a standard Vibroscreen separator from Kason Corp. and sifted first by the upper deck. This large-aperture, heavy-duty upper scalping screen removes the largest, most abrasive fragments, thereby protecting the finer-mesh lower screen from damage while contributing significantly to the machineu2019s capacity. Material passing through the upper screen falls onto the lower screen, which removes all particles greater than the aperture size of any given screen installed. Oversize particles exit both screens at their peripheries through discharge spouts and are transported to a secondary crusher for pulverizing, while on-size particles are loaded into drums awaiting blending. The screener, manufactured from stainless steel, is able to withstand constant vibration of abrasive particles. Vibration induced by a 746 W imbalanced-weight gyratory motor mounted directly beneath the screening chamber promotes rapid passage of on-size particles through apertures in the screen, while moving oversize particles along a predefined path to the discharge chute at each screenu2019s periphery. A conveyor system receives the fines from the circular screener and removes oversized material so it can be re-crushed, sifted, combined with the fines from the first screening, and placed in drums. The drums are blended in a high-efficiency, high-volume blender capable of mixing multiple drums in a single operation, significantly reducing blending time.
  • Vendor Note: Plant is reported to be in excellent condition.
  • Vendor Note: No dust collector included.
  • Vendor Note: Please see attached file below for more information.

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Automated Crushing and Blending Plant Item: 2615
 
XPSCONSULTING
Automated Crushing and Blending Plant
2615
212
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

Vendors Description:

  • Component List:
    • High Hydraulic Drum Lifter/Tilter
    • Primary Crusher: Denver 8 X 10 Jaw Crusher
    • Screen: KASON VIBROSCREEN, 30 inch 2-DECK, MODEL K30-2-SS
    • Secondary Crusher: Rocklabs Boyd Crusher
    • Screen: Sweco Vibroscreen
    • Conveyor: 18 inch X15 foot Conveyor - Variable speed
    • Conveyor: 18 inch X 8 foot Conveyor - Variable speed
    • Blender: Vrieco- Nauta Blender u2013 5-LFC-43
  • Plant Process Description: The plant is designed to convert a wide range of ores or material into samples for process testing or analysis. The combination of large-scale equipment and automated conveying and screening equipment increases production, improves plant safety and ensures test sample integrity. The unit crushes and screens ore at a rate of up to 150 kg/hr. Automated material movement The process begins with a remotely controlled platform that hoists pails of ore and dumps them into a hopper. The hopper feeds the ore into a 10 cm x 25 cm primary jaw crusher that handles ore fragments up to 15 cm in diameter. Crushed ore is conveyed to a 76 cm diameter double-deck screener a standard Vibroscreen separator from Kason Corp. and sifted first by the upper deck. This large-aperture, heavy-duty upper scalping screen removes the largest, most abrasive fragments, thereby protecting the finer-mesh lower screen from damage while contributing significantly to the machineu2019s capacity. Material passing through the upper screen falls onto the lower screen, which removes all particles greater than the aperture size of any given screen installed. Oversize particles exit both screens at their peripheries through discharge spouts and are transported to a secondary crusher for pulverizing, while on-size particles are loaded into drums awaiting blending. The screener, manufactured from stainless steel, is able to withstand constant vibration of abrasive particles. Vibration induced by a 746 W imbalanced-weight gyratory motor mounted directly beneath the screening chamber promotes rapid passage of on-size particles through apertures in the screen, while moving oversize particles along a predefined path to the discharge chute at each screenu2019s periphery. A conveyor system receives the fines from the circular screener and removes oversized material so it can be re-crushed, sifted, combined with the fines from the first screening, and placed in drums. The drums are blended in a high-efficiency, high-volume blender capable of mixing multiple drums in a single operation, significantly reducing blending time.
  • Vendor Note: Plant is reported to be in excellent condition.
  • Vendor Note: No dust collector included.
  • Vendor Note: Please see attached file below for more information.

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Aug 18, 2017 2:12pm
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Item: 2615

Automated Crushing and Blending Plant

300000.00CAD

  • Component List:
    • High Hydraulic Drum Lifter/Tilter
    • Primary Crusher: Denver 8 X 10 Jaw Crusher
    • Screen: KASON VIBROSCREEN, 30 inch 2-DECK, MODEL K30-2-SS
    • Secondary Crusher: Rocklabs Boyd Crusher
    • Screen: Sweco Vibroscreen
    • Conveyor: 18 inch X15 foot Conveyor - Variable speed
    • Conveyor: 18 inch X 8 foot Conveyor - Variable speed
    • Blender: Vrieco- Nauta Blender u2013 5-LFC-43
  • Plant Process Description: The plant is designed to convert a wide range of ores or material into samples for process testing or analysis. The combination of large-scale equipment and automated conveying and screening equipment increases production, improves plant safety and ensures test sample integrity. The unit crushes and screens ore at a rate of up to 150 kg/hr. Automated material movement The process begins with a remotely controlled platform that hoists pails of ore and dumps them into a hopper. The hopper feeds the ore into a 10 cm x 25 cm primary jaw crusher that handles ore fragments up to 15 cm in diameter. Crushed ore is conveyed to a 76 cm diameter double-deck screener a standard Vibroscreen separator from Kason Corp. and sifted first by the upper deck. This large-aperture, heavy-duty upper scalping screen removes the largest, most abrasive fragments, thereby protecting the finer-mesh lower screen from damage while contributing significantly to the machineu2019s capacity. Material passing through the upper screen falls onto the lower screen, which removes all particles greater than the aperture size of any given screen installed. Oversize particles exit both screens at their peripheries through discharge spouts and are transported to a secondary crusher for pulverizing, while on-size particles are loaded into drums awaiting blending. The screener, manufactured from stainless steel, is able to withstand constant vibration of abrasive particles. Vibration induced by a 746 W imbalanced-weight gyratory motor mounted directly beneath the screening chamber promotes rapid passage of on-size particles through apertures in the screen, while moving oversize particles along a predefined path to the discharge chute at each screenu2019s periphery. A conveyor system receives the fines from the circular screener and removes oversized material so it can be re-crushed, sifted, combined with the fines from the first screening, and placed in drums. The drums are blended in a high-efficiency, high-volume blender capable of mixing multiple drums in a single operation, significantly reducing blending time.
  • Vendor Note: Plant is reported to be in excellent condition.
  • Vendor Note: No dust collector included.
  • Vendor Note: Please see attached file below for more information.