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SCS do not just
do Screen Media
but Linings too!
SCS is well known as one of the UK’s largest suppliers of screen media but alongside that SCS is a respected supplier of linings. SCS supplies and installs linings made from different materials such as rubber, polyurethane, polyethylene, Brinell steels, steel backed rubber, etc.
The most common reason to install linings is to try to reduce wear. One way this can be achieved is by installing of linings with a longer service life. One of the most cost- effective lining materials on the market is rubber, as it has a good resistance to sliding wear and excellent impact resistance. Rubber comes in many varying forms such as pure rubber sheeting, rubber sheeting complete with a bonding layer, stabilized fabric backed rubber sheeting and steel backed rubber.
Although most rubbers look the same there are a few characteristics that control their quality and their suitability to an application. The normal way to qualify the wear resistance of a rubber is by abrasion resistance rating, a good quality rubber is normally a 120mm3 or less the higher this number the lower the abrasion resistance and hence the quality. The shore hardness of rubber has no bearing on the quality of a rubber, but different applications do suit different shore hardness’s of rubber.
The installation in the photos is a typical screen discharge chute lined with steel backed rubber liner tiles. This installation utilises the standard 330mm square tiling system for the base of the chute and on the sides half size tile have been used. These tiling systems once installed are easy to maintain and stock spares for. The tiles are available from SCS in two different thicknesses 25+5 and 45+5mm thick.
SCS can also supply bespoke steel backed liners tiles made from stocked sheets of 2m x 1m steel backed rubber, that come in the following thicknesses 15+3, 25+5 and 45+5mm.
If you would like more information on Steel Backed Rubber Linings or any of our other products and services, please call our team on 01788 553300, or email Nov 2018 - Issue 53
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McLanahan Modular
Wash Plants
Experienced with modular wash equipment since the 1960s, McLanahan Corporation has the in-house expertise needed to develop wash plants that allow customers to meet their processing requirements. The company’s new line of modular wash systems – called the UltraWash – provide the reliability, simplicity and efficiency that producers need from a modular plant.
All equipment that is part of the UltraWash Plants, including the vibratory screen, hydrocyclones, dewatering screen, sump and pump, is based on the company’s well-known, field-proven designs. UltraWash Plants provide a quick, easy-to-install processing system. UltraWash Plants are ideal for producers facing criteria such as planning permits, multiple locations, short-term deployment, or an unknown/variable feed stock (e.g. C&D waste streams applications) that make implementing a customized processing solution difficult.
That is where smaller footprint, skid-mounted modular plants such as the McLanahan UltraWash come in. The UltraWash allows operators earlier permitting and fast set-up, resulting in earlier returns on investment. These modular wash plants come in preassembled modules
that are pre-wired and pre-plumbed for rapid, on-site deployment. They feature a fully integrated control system with remote operation.
Currently available in three sizes, the UltraWash can produce up to three aggregate products and up to two sand products. There is a single process water feed point, as well as a single effluent discharge point.
We currently offer several additional configurations and add-ons to the UltraWash, including:
• Singleordualsandproduct
• Feedpreparation(logwasher,blademill,coarsematerialscrew) • Attritioningmoduleforspecialtysandproduction
• Organicsremovalmodule
• Watertreatmentwithhighdensityorpastestylethickener
• Filterpressforcompletewastewatertreatment
While there are a number of modular plant solutions available in the market, McLanahan is one of the only companies offering both custom and modular washing solutions. This, combined with years of processing design knowledge, provides unmatched industry expertise in providing the correct solution for your application.
McLanahan Corporation was founded in 1835 in Hollidaysburg, Pa., USA. Today, the company is in its fifth and sixth generations of family ownership with offices that provide local service and support in Asia, Australia, CIS, Europe, Latin America and North America.

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