Feed System Parts
Feed systems are responsible for delivering raw aggregate materials to the wash plant for processing. Key components in feed systems include feed hoppers, which are storage containers that hold raw materials before they enter the wash plant, and conveyor belts, which transport the aggregate materials from one point to another within the plant. Vibrating feeders, which regulate the flow of materials into the washing equipment, ensuring a consistent and controlled process, are another central aspect of a washing plant, and when you need replacement parts for any of these components, you want the highest quality available on the market.
Washing Equipment Parts
The washing equipment includes the machinery responsible for the actual washing and cleaning of the aggregates. Some examples of washing equipment components are log washers, paddle-driven machines that scrub aggregates to remove impurities, rotary scrubbers, large rotating drums that break down and clean aggregates using water and abrasion, and sand screws, spiral classifiers that separate and clean fine sand particles from coarser materials. These parts will get worn over time and require replacement, which is when you will need to get in touch with us to ensure your operation can keep running smoothly!
Classification and Separation Parts
Classification and separation systems sort and separate washed aggregates based on size, shape, or other characteristics. These systems consist of components such as screens, which are devices with mesh or perforated surfaces that separate materials based on size (common types include vibrating screens and trommel screens). Hydrocyclones, or centrifugal devices that separate particles based on size, density, and shape; and classifiers, equipment that sorts materials into different categories, like rake classifiers and spiral classifiers, may become worn down and need replacement after much use. Get in touch with Kemper Equipment today to find the replacement aggregate washer plant parts you need.
Dewatering and Water Management
Dewatering and water management systems manage water consumption during the washing process and remove excess water from washed aggregates. Key components in these systems include thickeners, which are settling tanks that allow solids to settle at the bottom, separating them from the water. Filter presses, which are machines that squeeze water out of sludge or slurry to produce a solid cake and clear filtrate, and dewatering screens, screens that remove excess water from washed aggregates through vibration and gravity, are also key components in the washing process. Over time, each one of these parts will require replacement or repair, and when you need a new part, we can help.