In Canada, our partners are Whitwick Engineering (Coalville) Ltd. of the UK, who have built plants for all major aggregate producers in Europe for 30 years, based upon world-class and best practice standards.
Whitwick Engineering are also specialists in designing bulk handling systems for industrial minerals and aggregates, including both ship loading and rail systems.
|Cemex UK Halkyn Quarry: A 625 Tph limestone quarry supplying asphalt and concrete aggregates||Cemex UK Halkyn Quarry: Â Dry storage area||Cemex UK Halkyn Quarry: Dust collection in the screen house. Note â€“ how clear the air is at 600 TPH of dry limestone.Watch YouTube video|
Understanding your new crushing and screening plant project criteria is very much a process and a collaborative exercise.Â It is very common within a clientâ€™s organization to struggle while trying to achieve consensus and/or delineate common goals.Â Optimizing capital cost and performance or plant output is the eternal challenge in todayâ€™s rock and mineral processing world. Our many decades of experience and ability to collaborate with your many stakeholders will help to ensure your goals are developed optimally and then achieved.
|Cemex UK Taffâ€™s Well 625 Tph limestone quarry||Cemex UK Taffâ€™s Well quarry; Opening day||Cemex UK Taffâ€™s Well quarry; A sister plant to Halkyn Quarry|
The 4 secrets to successfully expanding or building a crushing and screening plant with low unit operating costs are; 1) process flow sheet, 2) equipment selection, 3) design details, and 4) project management.Â All four are equally important.
|Heidelberg (Hanson ARC), Netherlands: Marine sand & gravel plant||Heidelberg (Hanson ARC), Netherlands: Marine sand & gravel plant||J Clubb, Denton UK marine sand & gravel plant & terminal on the Thames, east of London|