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Screens

Discussion in 'Screen/Wash Plants' started by dsgsr, Dec 7, 2016.

  1. dsgsr

    dsgsr Well-Known Member

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    Got some, What are they worth. All under an inch. aggregate size. Wire size is 1/8" 2-new others used.


    Thanks,
    DaveG
     

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  2. ol'stonebreaker

    ol'stonebreaker Senior Member

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    Width, length and opening size might get you more interest!!
    Mike
     
  3. digger doug

    digger doug Senior Member

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    Scrap is running around $80 a ton.....:rolleyes:
     
  4. dsgsr

    dsgsr Well-Known Member

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    Usable, they wouldn't be worth more? If not I will keep them, always thought someday I would build a screening plant. Well at least they are good for covering grills on woods equipment.

    DaveG