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|One Owner's Story
|Stainless Steel Wire Yields outstanding
production results for a composting service company here in East Iowa.
T & W Grinding has operated an Orbital Action Screening Plant for
several years. The contract operation grinds, composts and screens
yard waste for several communities allowing the city staff folks to do
what they know best and the compost expert to do what he does best.
2010 season was very wet and as could be expected, screening was slow.
We visited about how to improve performance and decided to try
Stainless Steel Wire which we knew would help with difficult to screen
materials. Since Stainless Steel is a bit expensive, it took some grit
to make the change
I am pleased to report the results were
astonishing, up to a 40% improvement on some materials and an overall
estimated average of about 25%. Screen plugging was much relieved
and hand labor to clean out the screen nearly eliminated. The first
week of operation easily returned the investment.
How it works,
Stainless Steel is very smooth and slippery. It does not rust and
remains clean and ready to go to work. Alloy Steel wire does rust and
has a rough surface allowing wet compost to cling.
So what can
the down side be? Stainless Steel is a relatively soft metal while
tempered Alloy Steel is very hard and quite resistant to abrasive wear.
Therefore for topsoil, mulch and similar materials, Stainless Steel
will be a good choice. If you are screening aggregates or top soil with
rocks, it is better to stick to the Alloy Steel wire.
Stainless Steel a cure all for wet and sticky materials, of course not?
Common sense and good material preparation practices will go a long way
to making your screening operation successful.
For a visit and discussion regarding your operation and needs, Brad or a staff person is available at 1-563-922 9230.
Let’s get an early start for a promising New Year. Call today: 563-922 9230
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Blog # 52
I will continue my
comments about the many advantages of Orbital Action Screening in my next Blog. Meanwhile, look over our Videos and Job Stories
to learn more about Orbital Action Screening. Our products, with their
user friendly features and high performance levels could take you into
a new season with a much higher profit potential.
Send us your requirements by filling out and submitting the Intended Use Form
and you will soon have full details and a quote for the correct model
and available options to fulfill your job application needs
Finer Cut”, is Brad’s Blog. Each issue will cover a topic of interest
about our machines, our industry, our customers and more. I am excited
about the opportunity to use a Blog to broaden our communications with
our customers and industry. I invite you to return and visit from time
to time, cruising through previous issues to learn many details
regarding our products.
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