Materials processing

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Economically efficient processing of natural stone and recycling materials

Natural crushed stone and recycled materials in graded grain sizes are used as standard aggregate for concrete, as well as for base, binder and surface courses in road and civil construction. But how are large chunks of rock converted into aggregate of defined size?

Processing of natural stone

Before natural stone can be turned into standard compliant aggregates for road and civil construction, it has to be crushed and screened. A classifying screen ensures precise classification in up to four fractions.

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Processing of recycling material

Before recycled materials can be used as standard aggregates for road and civil construction, they must first be processed by crushing and screening plants.

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Asphalt Recycling

The processing of recycled asphalt contributes to the conservation of natural resources and has advantages for the mix prices.

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Crushers are on the move

Versatility and flexibility in application are the major trump cards that mobile crushers play in comparison to stationary crushing plants. What are mobile crushers used for? What are the differences between the various crushing techniques? What about the hardness of the rock to be processed?

Mobile crushers are used in quarries, in mining, on job sites, and in the recycling industry. The robust plants mounted on crawler tracks are capable of processing both rock and recycling material, producing mineral aggregate and recycled building materials respectively for the construction industry.

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