Merseyside Leisure Centre Was Demolished By Aggregate Plant-x3210

Branding Heatwaves .es to an end – Merseyside leisure centre demolished by Aggregate Crusher.UK contractor J Freeley Ltd, based in Manchester, was appointed by Knowsley Council to demolish the Heatwaves Leisure centre at Stockbridge Village in Knowsley, Merseyside. BINQ Aggregate plant plant consists of vibrating feeder, heavy duty jaw crusher, small jaw crusher, impact crusher, VSI crusher, vibrating screen, vibrating feeder, conveyor belt and electric controlling system. The crushing production capacity is from 30 TPH to 1000 TPH. The Centre had to .e down to make way for a 25 million (US$40 million) regeneration project that will see the construction of a new school, children’s centre, family centre, swimming pool, gym and other leisure facilities. The final grain size of the products will be in fractions of 40-70 mm, 20-40 mm, 5-20 mm (round holes) and manufactured sand in a 0-5 mm fraction. According to the customers needs, we also can equip cone crusher, dust catcher on the aggregate crushing plant. Freeley’s task was .plicated by the fact that the existing leisure centre’s imposing mast supported part of the roof loading, meaning that the centre’s demolition had to be undertaken one bay at a time, working equally from each end to maintain the equilibrium of the building’s three central bays, to avoid premature collapse. Freeley worked closely with specialist civil and structural engineers Thomasons at the planning stage to agree the sequence of demolition. The aggregate crusher and screening plant manufactured by BINQ is suitable to produce limestone aggregate, marble aggregate, quartz sand aggregate, sandstone aggregate, basalt aggregate, granite aggregate, river stone aggregate and so on. The aggregate crushing plant can produce all kinds of concrete aggregates for construction, building, road, highway construction industry. More than 6,000 tonnes of concrete and masonry was generated during the demolition, which was crushed and processed on site by using a Finley J1175 crusher to produce 6F2 grade recycled aggregate. A rigorous testing regime was in operation during the concrete crushing that involved daily lab testing of the recycled aggregate crusher plant to ensure it conformed to both DOT specification and WRAP Protocol. Freeley used 20 and 30 tonne excavators with a range of attachments for sorting and loading the material. This was then used to fill the substantial underground voids and foundation spaces and to prepare the site for redevelopment. He demolition programme for the Leisure Centre was designed to minimise the amount of working at height, with most of the work being undertaken by the use of a rotating sheer mounted on a 50 tonne Kobelco excavator. Safe access for the work at height was provided by using a 58 metre truck-mounted Skylift platform. A telescopic crane was used to crane off the mast in sections, which were then lowered to the ground. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: