Contract Crushing, or as some people call it “Custom Crushing”, is a service that has solved many problems for aggregate producers over the past multiple decades. Whether it is opening a greenfield site, gaining added saleable inventory through supplemental crushing, recycling asphalt or concrete, or the myriad of other needs, Mellott has implemented many solutions for customers utilizing Contract Crushing. In fact, Contract Crushing has been the heart and soul of our organization since the 1970s. We’ve partnered with small family-owned operations, we’ve helped build aggregate producer empires, and everything in between. Mellott’s contract crushing division has reached an unparalleled level of excellence in providing solutions to our producer customers in areas such as:

Conveyor Systems Role In Aggregate Production

Conveyor systems play a vital role in the aggregate production process. They help to move aggregate materials from one location to another, making the process more efficient and streamlined. Conveyor systems can also help to reduce the amount of manual labor required, which can be especially important in large-scale aggregate production operations.

Types Of Conveyor Systems

There are a variety of different conveyor systems that can be used in aggregate production, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Some of the most common types of conveyors include belt conveyors, screw conveyors, and pneumatic conveyors.

Belt Conveyors

Belt conveyors are the most commonly used type of conveyor in aggregate production. They are relatively inexpensive and easy to operate, and they can move large amounts of aggregate material quickly and efficiently. Belt conveyors typically consist of a belt or series of belts that move along a track or frame. The aggregate material is transported by the belt as it moves along the track.

Screw Conveyors

These are other common types of conveyor systems used in aggregate production. They are not as widely used as belt conveyors, but they have some advantages over other types of conveyors. Screw conveyors can handle high volumes of aggregate material without becoming clogged.

Pneumatic Conveyors

A pneumatic conveyor is a device that uses compressed air to move products or materials from one location to another. The compressed air is conveyed through a network of tubes, which can be as simple as a series of connected pipes, or as complex as an industrial-scale system with numerous branching tubes and valves.

Get The Conveyor System You Need For Your Next Project

Conveyors can save your project valuable time and money, and it helps to ensure that the aggregate meets the high standards demanded of your operation.

Conveyor systems also function as an essential safety feature. They help to keep workers safe by moving aggregate material away from dangerous areas such as belt presses and crushers. In addition, conveyors can help reduce dust levels, which can be harmful to workers’ health.

Overall, conveyor systems play a crucial role in aggregate production. They help to improve efficiency and safety, while also ensuring that the aggregate meets the highest quality standards.

Reach Out To To Discuss Your Aggregate Conveyor Needs

There are quite a few options for conveyor systems in aggregate production. Our team of equipment experts can help you determine the right equipment for your next project’s needs that will help you improve efficiency and your overall bottom line.

For more information, reach out to our team of equipment experts today at (800) 634-5634 to learn more about how we can help match you with the conveyor solution that is right for your next project.

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