Aggregate Washing Equipment
The unsung hero of many aggregate processing operations, a well-engineered washing plant helps producers achieve superior product sizing and classification by removing clay, silt, dirt, and other debris from product. As specifications become more stringent, washing equipment like screw conveyors, log washers, and even wet dust suppression systems may be a great addition to your operation.
Are you ready to optimize your wash plant for better profitability? Here at Kemper Equipment, we've got decades of material handling and mineral processing experience at the ready to help you set up an efficient circuit—either modular or stationary—that will enhance your operation's overall performance.Discuss Your Washing Equipment Needs
Our Expertise as Washing Equipment Specialists
Separating unwanted materials like clay, silt, and slime from valuable sand, gravel, and crushed aggregate has always been a tricky problem in processing operations.
Wash equipment has been designed and perfected to solve this issue while also assuring that construction aggregates and sand can meet ever more stringent specifications and be saleable.
At Kemper Equipment, we offer heavy-duty washing equipment that will bring a new level of flexibility to your operations. We are experts at designing new custom wash plants and retrofits into existing operations. As with all the equipment we supply—from crushers to screens to conveyors—operators must have a solid understanding of their operating parameters and overall production goals to decide which equipment will work best.
The good news is, you don't go it alone when choosing any aggregate processing equipment because you can put our production experience to work for you. Kemper experts know the types of washing equipment and other solutions that will work best based on your requirements, and more importantly, your budget.
Want to know more? Check out how we introduced portability into a wash plant to provide a cost-effective solution for a 250-tph trap rock operation.View the Case Study