Longwood Fine Screens

Longwood Engineering has recently received a contract from Laing O Rourke for the Project Omega scheme in Northern Ireland covering 5 sites. Each site incorporates 2 Longwood Escalator screens complete with launder troughs and 2 Longwood Combi-Washes.

The contract coincides with the 1000th Escalator fine screen to be ordered since it was introduced to the market in 1993 by Longwood Engineering.

The award of the contract and the 1000 Escalator is testament to Longwood Engineering remaining a market leader in screens and screenings handling equipment.

The Combi-Wash was brought to market by Longwood Engineering in October 2006 and orders for 29 units have now been received following satisfactory trials at various locations.

The Combi-Wash is a screenings handling system incorporating a single 5.5kw geared motor unit driving a washing section, a dewatering zone, followed by a compaction section. The washed screenings are then discharged through a tube into a skip for disposal by landfill.

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