Sand Screw 3625S
MWS Washing Systems’ Sand Screw, a single 3625 screw washer, may be among the simplest machines to maintain in an aggregate plant.
The MWS Sand Screw offers a low cost solution to sand / fines recovery after rinsing and passing through a washing screen. The Sand Screw 3625S can be used in conjunction with our static and mobile washing screens to effectively recover and dewater your washed sand.
The 3625S Sand Screw is offered in an electric or hydraulic drive option. The hydraulic drive option can be powered from the hydraulics on your track mounted screening plant – or standalone powerpack if required.
The capacity of the 3625S single Sand Screw is up to 100TPH.
- Standalone Electric
- Coupled Hydraulic with ‘S’ range rinser
- Overflow flume
- Safety covers
- Discharge chute
- Concrete Sand
- Asphalt Sand
- Up to 100TPH
- Electric or hydraulic drive system
- Heavy duty screws for high capacity fines recovery
- Replaceable shoe liners
- Cast wear plates on spiral blades
- Optional polyurethane wear plates on spiral blades
- Heavy-duty design with heat-treated helical gears
- Remote grease points
- Adjustable weir plates
- Easy to assemble
- Low maintenance
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