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Nov 30, 2018 Consider, too, that a number of aggregate producers have a need to wash sand. Fine material screw washers are one such option to do it. Fine material screw washers are primarily used to dewater and wash minus 3/8-in. or 10-mm sand, or other fine material generally having a

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