Sources of aggregate are endless, and so is their size, hardness, composition, fragmentation and more. Quarries extract this material to make a new material, used in building and infrastructure as raw extracted material is not suitable for most modern projects.
No application in the processing industry is more varied than Aggregate production. Sources of aggregate are endless, and so is their size, hardness, composition, fragmentation and more. Quarries extract this material to make new, better materials, essential to modern building and infrastructure projects.
Consistency and quality are important when producing aggregate, as a quarry's reputation, current and future business, and income rely on the machine processing aggregates.
Some may scoff at our industry, but, crushing, screening and processing materials really is a science, it requires study, experimentation and accurate measurement to produce results. Even though we may not be geologists or have a degree in the study of minerals, quarries work every day in the field building, quite literally the foundation of future projects.
This is why quarries spend so much time and effort in selecting and tuning their equipment - it makes the raw material a valuable resource.
Aggregate processing equipment is almost as diverse as the materials a quarry needs to process, choosing one can seem difficult. Afterall, no one wants a dud; capital equipment represents a significant investment and a businesses profit is directly affected by the plant.
Remove the risk from equipment purchasing by using data. Our equipment has been deployed and used extensively throughout NZ and with real-world data, not just manufacturer spec sheets, we can provide real insights into using a machine in your application to meet your tonnages and exceed your profitability expectations.