Modular Screening/Washing Plants


Efficiently process aggregate material wherever opportunities exist with our modular Series 1800 screening and washing plants. 

These plants offer our industry-leading fine material washer with an array of configurations — choose inclined or horizontal wet single- or triple-shaft screens with two or three decks all on one convenient structure.  


  • Aggregates

    There are two main classes of aggregates: natural and manufactured. Deleterious material needs to be removed from both classes of aggregates. Processing these materials typically requires various steps including reduction and sizing and also may include dewatering and sorting. Producers can use a variety of crushing, screening, dewatering and conveying equipment to meet their desired specifications.
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    • Sand & Gravel

      Sand and gravel are aggregates that are gathered from naturally occurring deposits. These aggregates, when gathered, may contain clays, silts and other deleterious material that needs to be processed out for commercial-grade products. Reduction and sizing can be accomplished with a variety of crushers and screens. Once the material is accurately processed, it can be used for road building, construction materials and a variety of other applications. 
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      • Construction Aggregates

        Construction aggregate is typically medium or coarse material that is used in construction applications. Processing this material may include reducing its size with a crusher, sizing the crushed material with a screen and conveying the material into different stockpiles.
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        Model  Screen Type  Screen Size (m) 
        1892S  Incline  1.5 x 4.3 - 2.4 x 6.1 
        1892SH  Horizontal  2.4 x 4.9 - 2.4 x 6.1 
        Model  Screen Type  Screen Size (ft) 
        1892S  Incline  5 x 14 – 8 x 20  
        1892SH  Horizontal  6 x 16 – 6 x 20  


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