Crushing & Screening Plant Details

Vivian Crushing and Screening Technology cater to all industries that deal with reducing rock and minerals, from single crushers to mobile crushing plants and whole-rock processing systems, all of which are backed up by excellent after-sales service. Vivian manufactures a complete line of mobile and permanent stone crushing, screening, including washing systems with capacities ranging from 50 to 1.000 tonnes per hour. Vivian also manufactures jaw crushers, secondary impact crushers, primary impact crushers, VSI crushers, tertiary impact crushers, vibrating screens, as well as sand washing systems in addition to complete lines.

Vivian designs and produces stationary crusher and screening systems in a variety of layouts and capacities to meet the needs and preferences of clients. Our crushing and screening facilities’ production capacity ranges from 50 to 1.000 tph.

Vivian also manufactures mobile crushing and screening plants. Our mobile crusher and screening plants are divided into four categories, as follows:

  • Mobile Crushing Plants for Hard Stone
  • Jaw but also Impact Crushers on Wheels
  • Limestone Crushing Plants on Wheels
  • Sand Producing Plants on Wheels

We sell crushers, vibrating screens, hoppers, conveyors, and other plant equipment for our customers who want to renew, adapt, or convert their older plants, in addition to entire stationary or mobile manufacturing lines. 

Sand washing systems are also another product line that our company produces with superior quality. Screw (spiral) washers, bucket (Wheel) washers, dewatering screens, including hydrocyclones, in contrast, to complete stationary or mobile screening as well as washing facilities, can be supplied as self-machines. Our firm, like crushing plants, designs full screening and washing plants based on customer requirements such as production capacity, the number of final fractions, desired washer type, and so forth.

All of our crushing, screening, and washing equipment is outfitted with advanced automation systems, including automatic lubrication systems, metal detectors, or bearing temperature measurement devices, among other things.


A crushing and screening plant, also known as a crushing and screening station or facility, is a combination of machinery used to reduce the size of large rocks or gravel into smaller pieces and then separate them based on their size or other characteristics. It is commonly used in various industries such as mining, construction, and recycling.

The primary purpose of a crushing and screening plant is to process raw materials, such as rocks, ores, or demolition debris, into different sizes or grades for further use or sale. The process typically involves several stages, including crushing, screening, and sometimes washing or other additional treatments.

Here’s a general overview of the components and processes typically found in a crushing and screening plant:

  1. Feeding system: Raw materials are loaded into the crushing station, i.e jaw crusher, through a feeder, such as a vibrating grizzly feeder, which regulates material flow into the crushing equipment.
  2. Crushing equipment : It includes primary crushers, secondary crushers, and sometimes tertiary crushers. Primary crushers, such as jaw crushers, break the larger rocks into smaller pieces. Secondary and tertiary crushers further reduce the size of the material.
  3. Screening equipment: After the crushing stage, the crushed material passes through screens or sieves to separate it into different sizes or grades. Vibrating screens or deck screens are commonly used for this purpose.
  4. Conveying system: Conveyors transport the crushed and screened material between different process stages. They can move the material from the crushing equipment to the screens and from the screens to stockpiles or further processing units.
  5. Stockpiling and storage: The processed material may be temporarily stored in stockpiles before being transported for further use or sale.
  6. Optional additional processes: Depending on the specific requirements of the application, additional processes such as washing, de-dusting, or sorting may be included in the plant.

Crushing and screening plants can vary in size and complexity, ranging from small mobile units that can be easily transported to large stationary installations with multiple stages and conveyor systems. The choice of plant configuration depends on factors such as the type of material, required final product specifications, production capacity, and mobility requirements.

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