The SWL twin shaft Logwasher is available in several power arrangements and tonnage outputs, including the ability to accommodate rock up to 12 inches.
Applications for the PHOENIX/KISA twin shaft Logwasher include aggregate & gravel washing, coal & wood removal from coarse aggregate, scrubbing coarse lateritic ores, cleaning dirty limestone/dolomite for chemical & cement industries, and demolition waste recycling.
The PHOENIX Logwasher: How does it Work?
Material is fed to the lower end of the trough. Spray bar arrays at the top end of the trough add water while solid material advances up the inclined trough, as the shafts turn, creating paddle action. From here, force-synchronized, interlocked counterrotating twin shafts with staggered paddles create intense paddle-rock & rock-on-rock shear action to remove the impurities from the material. Finally, scrubbed material dumps from the discharge chute at the top end of the trough and waste liberated fines & low density suspended matter exit through the discharge launders.