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Screens

Discussion in 'Screen/Wash Plants' started by doublewide, Jun 2, 2019.

  1. doublewide

    doublewide Senior Member

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    Here's a shot of my screen plant. Screen Plant.jpg
     
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  2. doublewide

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    On one side is the 1/2" screen that my FIL made. Has an electric shaker motor to mount to the center plate. half inch screen.jpg
     
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  3. doublewide

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    On the other side is the 3" minus screen that I built. 3 inch minus.jpg 3 inch minus 2.jpg
     
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    Simple and effective :)

    I don't see a skidsteer in the pics.... how do you generally clean the pits?
     
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  5. doublewide

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    Ford 3930, 4 wheel drive with loader. Put that ol' boy in 4 low and he can dig!

    Thanks for the comment. :beerchug:
     
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    I started like that over 50 years ago!! Still today its in my blood. I can totally understand how farmers can watch a plow turn a furrow for hours on end.
     
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    nice little setup
     
  8. doublewide

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    Thanks guys.
     
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    What I'd really like is to add a conveyor to self load....
     
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    I like your set up, simple and effective.

    I could certainly make use of something like that, especially to screen out my top soil.
     
  11. doublewide

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    This is what I'm generally using for topsoil. It's small and slow, if the material is dry and relatively weed free, if not, it's kind of a waste of time. But, it's ok for small projects.

    Thanks for the comment there colson. 20190604_102032.jpg 20190604_103055.jpg
     
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    ...and today we was making poor man's gravel. :thumbs up: 20190605_104038.jpg 20190604_142347.jpg