Plant for transporting and processing waste incineration slag. PreZero Energy in Roosendaal produces electrical energy and district heating by incinerating domestic and industrial waste. In addition to the energy extraction, metals and recyclable building materials are also won from the incineration process. These materials are extracted right after the thermal process as part of the so-called waste slag and are then transported away and preprocessed. Well known characteristics of this material compound are its abrasiveness and chemical aggressiveness in combination with a high moisture content.
PRIMARY RAW MATERIALS
Largest Vibrating Screens for the aggregate industry
Back in 2008 and 2009, JOEST delivered a total of eight large, 3,070 x 7,000 mm, Linear Vibrating Screens to their client Norsk Stein in Jelsa. Norsk Stein is Norway’s leading producer of gravel and stone materials, producing more than 15 million tons of aggregates for the entire European market. The JOEST Screens equip the secondary crushing plants with two parallel production lines for extremely abrasive granite. At a total capacity of 3,000 t/h, the material is classified from 125 mm down to 5 mm. In 2014, the plant was modified to focus more on the production of armourstone. An increased feed grain size and screen cuts of up to 220 mm became necessary. To achieve these new demands, one Linear Vibrating Screen was exchanged for a Double-Shaft Elliptical Motion Screen.
The OSCILLA Family – JOEST Flip-Flow Screens
SECONDARY RAW MATERIALS – RECYCLING The OSCILLA Family What is needed to screen challenging, inhomogeneous material? A special screening technology. This is what the OSCILLA Family does. Through nearly clog-free operation, products are loosened up enough to separate a fine fraction. Traditional screens are usually not capable of doing this, which is why JOEST Flip…
JOEST receives third order in a row
JOEST was awarded another contract to manufacture another large plant for screening and cooling of granulate material. The client is Melos GmbH, the specialist in EPDM-Granulat and Cable Compounds, based in Melle by Osnabrueck.
Interview Dr. Marcus Wirtz – AT Mineral Processing Europe
Interview with Dr. Marcus Wirtz, Managing Partner at JOEST Group, on the company’s 100 years of history, and what role talent for innovation has played in it…
The „new“ OSCILLA generation – continuing the story of success
On its 100th anniversary, JOEST presents a Flip-Flow update with minimal maintenance and less installation effort…
Efficient screening of limestone
In March 2018, JOEST has delivered a heavy duty GRIZZLY screen for limestone to an Austrian customer…
Worldwide widest JOEST screen ever built in Australia
The next step in large vibrating Screens
Following extensive design effort using JOEST Australia FEA methods, JOEST has commenced construction of a single deck screen 4.88 m wide, 9.76 m long (screening area 47m²).