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Equipment for processsing Sand

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What equipment is used to screen sand?

Sand is a very fine material which lends itself to finer screens such as trommels and fine (incline) screens. Depending on the product going in, you can also use something like a scalping (decline) screen - this will also give you more versatility to screen other materials.

What size of screening mesh is best for sand?

Sand is a very fine end product. A 1/4" mesh will usually do the job to get you to a relatively fine topsoil or sand product but some fine sand products have requirements much smaller than this. For the finest results, piano wire screens are used.