FINE & COARSE MATERIAL WASHERS

Dewater, Classify, and Clean Minerals 

Made in the USA 

Reliable manufacturing you can trust

Built to Last 

 Rugged drive components for long service life

Heavy Duty

Built beyond market standards

Easily Serviceable

No OEM-only parts  

Fine Material Washer Aggregate Processing Mining Equipment

Wash Pro©
Fine Material Washer 

High slurry capacity with a double overflow weir  

Sizes Available
36” - 54”
Single and Twin

Fine material washers have been used successfully for many years to dewater, classify, and clean minerals. Clean and classified sand and gravel lead to better project outcomes and more profitability for the producer.

Dewatering is the primary function of a fine material washer. Material of minus 3/8” is fed into the pool area and is then conveyed up the inclined tub by the rotating auger. This incline allows the water to drain down one side while the solids are continually fed up the tub until being discharged out of the top.

Classification also takes place. The Wash Pro fine material washer is provided with overflow weirs that can be raised or lowered to adjust the amount of fines that are carried over. As the weirs are lowered, velocity of the overflow increases, thereby carrying more fines. Raising the weirs has the opposite effect.

The third function is washing. As the rotating auger moves the material up the tub, a particle-on-particle action takes place. This helps to liberate fine clays and other coatings that are sticking to the particles. Once liberated, they are washed over the weirs.

    Features

    • Single and double screw models are available. 
    • Rising current manifold.
    • Urethane wear shoes are standard, hi-chromium are optional.
    • Manufactured in the USA.
    • Rugged drive components.
    • Heavy duty bearings. 
    • Tail bearing is pillow block type with shaft slinger for longer bearing life.   
    • Optional double overflow design gives the user more control of the desired cut size.
    • Tub support is included.
    • Lined discharge chute is included.

    What’s Next?
    Allow us to guide you through the process of selecting the best fine material washer that meets your goals. Each of these factors affect the final product that a fine material washer produces. 

    • Sieve analysis or gradation
    • Clay content 
    • Dry tons of solids
    • Slurry volume

    Be sure to consult the factory or your local sales representative for assistance in selecting the best fit for your plant.

    Coarse material washer for sand and gravel mining plants

    Wash Pro©
    Coarse Material Washers

    Producing cleaner materials and removing unwanted particles

    Sizes Available
    36” - 44”
    Single and Twin

    Most, if not all, deposits of aggregates and minerals contain clay coatings, lumps, soft rock, vegetation, or other deleterious materials not suitable for final products. Simply washing these materials is not sufficient, though scrubbing will release them.

    How It Works:

    Coarse material washers are used to scrub crushed stone or gravel in order to remove deleterious materials. Material of sizes between 3/8” and 2½” are fed into the washer tub. While in the tub, generally four sets of paddles and a number of spiral flights cause the particles to tumble and rub against each other, resulting in the deleterious materials being “scrubbed” off. As the paddles and flights liberate the deleterious materials (typically wood, trash, light clays) they are washed across the tub overflow by use of rising current water. 

    Features: 

    • Paddles and flights are bolt-on design. 
    • Flights can be exchanged for paddles for extra scrubbing. 
    • Single and double shaft units are available. 
    • Manufactured in the USA. 
    • Rugged drive components.
    • Heavy duty bearings. 
    • Tail bearing is pillow block type with shaft slinger for longer bearing life.
    • Flexibility in paddle and flight configuration.
    • Tub supports are standard.
    • Discharge chute is standard.

    What’s Next?
    Allow us to guide you through the process of selecting the best coarse material washer that meets your goals. Each of these factors affect the final product that a coarse material washer produces. 

    • Material size
    • Tonnage 
    • Amount of “undesirable” material to be removed

    Be sure to consult the factory or your local sales representative for assistance in selecting the best fit for your plant.

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