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Derek Parnaby Cyclones International Ltd

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Parnaby Cyclones produce a range of washing, separation, dewatering, recycling and effluent treatment plants. All the main Parnaby separation and treatment plants can be supplied as mobile units for sale or hire.

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Mr David Dermott
Avenue One Chilton Industrial Estate

Chilton
Co.Durham
DL17 0SH
www.parnaby.co.uk

Parnaby Cyclones News

Third plant to be despatched to South Africa. Parnaby's to make crushers/sizers. First coal washing plant departs for Pakistan.

Third plant to be despatched to South Africa

In May 2007 Parnaby Cyclones completed the trial assembly of a new coal washing plant prior to dispatch to South Africa for on-site commissioning in July.

The new plant comprises a dense medium drum and a dense medium cyclone each capable of processing 100 tonnes per hour of run of mine coal.

This will be the third plant that Parnaby Cyclones has installed in South Africa in the last 18 months.

Parnaby Cyclones to Crushers / Sizers

Parnaby Cyclones is set to expand its already extensive product range by starting to manufacture mineral sizers.

In March 2007 Parnaby Cyclones bought the Nottinghamshire company Ansec Sizers (Mineral Crushers) Ltd to obtain the exclusive rights to manufacture its well known range of crushers and sizers.

The Ansec sizers have a reputation for robust construction and low maintenance. They can efficiently deliver material of a consistent size, eliminating the problems caused by large lumps. The top of the range sizer can process up to 2,500 tonnes per hour.

First mobile coal washing plant departs for Pakistan

The first mobile coal washing plant to be used in Pakistan left the Parnaby Cyclones factory in February 2007.

The dense medium drum system, designed and built by Parnaby Cyclones for Fateh Mills in Pakistan, is capable of processing 50 tonnes per hour. It will be used for processing raw coal from open cast mines to produce a product with a 24% ash content suitable for local power stations.

The plant is expected to be fully commissioned and in use in Pakistan in early June.

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