Stationary processing plants

Benco builds and installs turnkey processing plants from stationary primary crusher plants via complete gravel processing plants right up to hard rock processing plants with all components.

The planning of a completely new plant for the aggregate, cement, lime and gypsum industries is taken care of by long-serving specialists. They lay down the required process techniques, design and manufacture the machinery and components and then install, erect and commission the complete plant.

That’s the reason why stationary plants from Benco bring a maximum of performance and return with a minimum of maintenance and operating costs.

In addition to that Benco offers one of the widest ranges of strong, robust and proven machines and components, such as gyratory crushers, Kubria® cone crushers, hammer crushers, impact crushers, single- and doubletoggle jaw crushers, roll crushers, scalpers, screens, vibrating feeders etc.

Greenstone processing plant equipped with a hydraulic reciprocating plate feeder, Turbo screens and two Kubria® cone crushers at Burgk in Germany.

Gravel processing and loading plant with a maximum processing and loading capacity of 900 t/h installed at Hülskens Liebersee GmbH & Co. KG in Germany. View of a part of the processing plant with screens, fluidized bed separator and bucket wheel.

Stationary secondary crushing plant equipped with an impact crusher at Loma Negra S.A., Olavarria, Argentina. Capacity: 900 t/h of limestone producing a final grain size of 0-19 mm.

Stationary two-stage plant with double-roll crushers at the Märker Cement Works in Germany. Capacity: 1000 t/h of limestone producing a final grain size of 0-80 mm.

A limestone processing plant at Alfred Moeck KG in Lenningen, Germany with a capacity of 1000 t/h. The plant produces mineral product sizes of 0-56 mm using a jaw-type gyratory crusher, a reciprocating plate feeder, screens with double out-of-balance drive, fines screens and Kubria® cone crushers.

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