Crushing and Screening Handbook

Aggregates Crushing and Screening Handbook.

Rock is the most used natural resource in the world. As the main ingredient in asphalt and concrete, rocks are everywhere around us – in highways and bridges, as well as in residential and nonresidential buildings.
Rocks, however, are rarely utilizable as such. More often than not they must be reduced and shaped before they can be used as building blocks of the modern world. 
Crushing and Screening Handbook is a dive into the world of rock processing and aggregates production. It goes through the main factors impacting the quality and costs of aggregates, introduces different equipment, and demonstrates various processing methods. After reading the handbook, one should have a clear understanding on aggregates production process from the solid rock to its final application.     
Crushing and Screening Handbook is an extensive information package for everyone involved or interested in the crushing and screening business. It is made especially for quarry managers but can be beneficial also for others who either study or are interested in the quarrying industry. 

The handbook touches crushing and screening also in mining applications, but for those seeking information especially in mining and minerals processing, we recommend the Basics in Minerals Processing Handbook, which focuses more on mining operations.
This is an updated version of the first Crushing and Screening Handbook edition which was published in 2006. Please note that the data presented in the handbook is subject to change without notice. Always contact Metso for precise information about products, services or solutions.
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