Plant layout and material flow designed by Ken Reitmeier and Rod Dibble for a 900 TPH Basalt quarry. The plant includes a gyratory primary, six cone crushers and five Deister screens. The Deister screens were setup for long term storage in order to protect the bearings while sitting idle during this two year project. Crusher centering feeders are utilized under large surge hoppers to center material in the cone while choke feeding in order to maximize cubical stone and liner wear. Heavy duty flop gates built into the discharge chutes of each screen allow blending of products and re-crushing unwanted products on the fly. Structures are designed to be enclosed at a future date to minimize dust and noise.
Located 45 miles East of New York City, Coram Materials is a major supplier of concrete sand for the area. Mike Vigliarolo Jr. shares how the Telestacker® Conveyor is part of Coram Materials' strategy to eliminate trucks and increase profits.
Located just across the river from Manhattan, Gotham Aggregates helps supply concrete sand and other dry bulk materials to the New York City metro area by barge. Rod Dibble of Dibble Equipment describes how they use a Telestacker® Conveyor to load two barges at the same time without moving the barges.
Sand and Gravel plant upgrade designed to eliminate clay in the final product while increasing the overall production of the plant and the finished product quality. The plant features a Deister primary washing screen that feeds a McLanahan Log washer which feeds a Deister rinse/sizing screen. The bottom deck throughs are collected and pumped via a McLanahan sump and pump to an existing classification tank.
Pit & Quarry - Rollin' On The River article on loading and unloading barges on the Hudson River with SUPERIOR TeleStackers supplied by DIBBLE EQUIPMENT.