Waste stone screening should use mining screening machine for good effect
Is the processing of waste stone legal? Mine screening machines are legal. Waste stones are mainly construction waste, leftovers, tailings, etc., which can be crushed and made to meet the construction sand standards. However, if you want to legally produce, you must comply with national laws and regulations and must be handled. Relevant procedures and environmental protection measures must be prepared so that legal production can guarantee that there will be no forced closure or fines in the future. Friends who are still waiting can rest assured to make bold investments.
A high-performance sand-making and shaping equipment designed for mining screening machine needs to make various large pieces of waste stone into standard construction sand and gravel. It has a novel structure, high output, intelligent and environmental protection, and there are many models to choose from. Commonly used are impact type waste stone sand making machine, hammer type waste stone sand making machine, etc. The equipment models are complete, and the specific selection can be combined with output requirements, investment budgets, site conditions, etc., to ensure timely completion and timely returns.
The mining screening machine mainly adopts the working principle of "stone beating stone" and "stone beating iron". The deep cavity impeller increases the throughput by 30%, has a large output, has a certain shaping effect, and has a good shape of the finished product; the peripheral guard plate can be turned up and down for extended use Longevity, hydraulic cover opening device, easy to repair and easy to maintain; combined throwing head, only need to replace the worn parts, can reduce the use cost by 30%; waste stone processing procedures: industry and commerce department approval, land and resources bureau to obtain mining license, safety Approval by the administrative bureau, business license issued by the industrial and commercial department, tax registration certificate issued by the tax department, and assessment by the Environmental Protection Agency; as there are certain differences in the regulations of each region, the above can be used as a reference, and the specific local regulations shall prevail.