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:

How Do Rock Screens Work?

Rock crusher screens work by passing the rocks through a series of screens, with each screen having a different-sized opening. The larger rocks will be stopped by the screens, while the smaller rocks will pass through. This allows for the separation of different sizes of rocks, which can be useful in many different applications.

Screening equipment is important for rock crushing projects because it helps to separate the different-sized materials into more workable mixtures. This helps to create a more consistent mixture that fits the specs of your project. This is important because it allows for the smaller rocks to be crushed more easily, which in turn makes the entire process more efficient – both for your equipment and your budget!

Types Of Screening Equipment

Reliable & Affordable Screening Equipment Rentals

Our selection of screening equipment can help you be confident that you will be able to tackle your next project with greater ease and efficiency.

Screening equipment is a valuable piece of equipment to have on any job site. There are many benefits to renting screening equipment, including:

  1. Increased production: Screening equipment can help you to process material much more quickly than if you were to use hand tools. This can save you time and money on your project.
  2. Improved accuracy: When you use screening equipment, you can get rid of smaller particles that can cause problems with the accuracy of your final product. This can improve the quality of your end product.
  3. Increased safety: Screening equipment can help to keep your workers safe by preventing them from having to come into contact with hazardous materials.
  4. Improved Efficiency: By renting screening equipment, you can save money and enjoy the use of industry-leading equipment without the burden of full investment.

Get The Screening Equipment You Need With Mellott

Our team of aggregate production experts can help you find the screening equipment that is right for your needs so you don’t have to use guesswork to find the screens that fit your project’s unique needs.

For more information on how we can help you get the right screening equipment rental for your next project, reach out to our aggregate experts today at (800) 634-5634.