McLanahan To Exhibit And Present Key Sessions At AGG1
HOLLIDAYSBURG, Pa., March. 1, 2013 — From quarry face to settling pond reduction, McLanahan Corporation can provide solutions for all your processing needs. These capabilities and much more will be on display during AGG1 2013.
The company, which designs and produces a full range of equipment, will display full-scale versions of its Universal VersaCap 500P Impact Crusher and its Dewatering Screen. Booth 1335 will also feature a display of polymer wear parts, a Pump with a cutaway view and 3-D models showcasing equipment capable of washing, classifying, dewatering, crushing, feeding, screening, sizing and more.
Additionally, each year at AGG1, industry experts are given the opportunity to share their knowledge on a particular subject through the AGG1 Academy. This academy covers a wide range of aggregate topics for beginners to higher-level seminars. McLanahan employees will present three different topics at the AGG1 educational sessions. They are:
The Centrifugal Pump – The Heartbeat of a Wet Processing Circuit
Wednesday, March 20 – 9:30-11:00 AM
Presented by Paul Ilott
- An overview of best design practices of pump circuits. How getting a pump circuit right can give long-term cost savings in power and wear.
Thickening and Dewatering Fine Aggregate Waste Streams
Wednesday, March 20 – 2:00-3:30 PM
Presented By Cory Jenson and Scott O’Brien
- Presentation of a case study using thickening and dewatering technology to resolve process water and waste handling issues from an aggregate plant in California.
Production of Hydraulic Fracturing Sand
Thursday, March 21 – 9:30-11:00 AM
Presented by Chris Kelley
- Introduction to fracturing sand and its production.
You can visit http://www.agg1.org to learn more about available sessions and to register.
Be sure to stop by McLanahan’s booth to speak with a sales expert about the custom engineered processing solution available for your application and to see how they can help maximize your profit.