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How to Size a Sand Screw for Optimum Fines Retention

Sand Screws, also known as Fine Material Screw Washers, have been around for a long time. They provide the primary functions of washing, classifying and dewatering of sand and other fine solids. These machines are easy to operate and require minimal horsepower or kilowatts per ton per hour of solids feed in comparison to other sand washing and dewatering processes. They can be used by themselves or as part of a larger wet processing plant. In either case, a sand screw must be sized correctly to provide optimum fines retention. Click to learn more!

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