Crushing and Screening Plant Design
After blasting, crushing and screening systems are the first stage to reduce the big raw ore lumps to proper small particle size for the following mill grinding system. Normally to reduce the big ore lumps to small particles, two to three stages of crushing are required. Fraser-Lever are leading edge providers of ore crushing and screening plant design for a range of mine operators throughout Australia and Papua New Guinea. Our multidisciplinary team collaborates with its clients to develop safe, sustainable and reliable plant solutions aimed at tailoring its services for performance throughout the plant’s entire life cycle. Our experienced operators with advanced remote engineering capability can also establish new plants or take over brownfield plants with minimal ramp-up time.
Leaders In Minerals Processing
Fraser-Lever has a multidisciplinary team that specialises in plant design, including proven, purpose-built cruising stations, that optimises minerals processing to ensure the commissioning of safe and constructible designs to drive productivity and performance for our clients.
We have the ability to supply designs for complete crushing and screening systems, including various crusher, screen, belt conveyor and processing plant designs for mining sites in even remote locations.
Case study - Pac-Rim Crushing Contractors, PNG
Fraser-Lever understood the detailed design of relocatable crushing plant and screening modules as well as modifications to vendor equipment to improve availability and reduce maintenance. Equipment sizes range from 54 inch jaw crushers, 66 inch cone crushers, 6 x 2.4m screens to purpose designed feeders and slewing stackers. These plants can be assembled in a week and are capable of 3-4 Mtpa.
Case study - Jakarta, Indonesia
Fraser Lever was involved in the upgrade and expansion of a US$4.5 million project in Indonesia. The existing crushing plant required expanding to 7Mtpa of product to produce a range of products from 300mm rock down to fine washed sands utilizing jaw and cone crushers, impactors, vibrating grizzlies, wet and dry screening, trommels and cyclones. The primary crusher was an 84 x 60 DTRB Jaw Crusher. The products were used for the manufacture of a variety of building materials.