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Mellott Company, Processing Plant Deconstruction
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This shows the deconstruction of a Mellott Company aggregates processing plant. The plant is being readied for transport and re-commissioning at another quarry. One of Mellott Company's specialties is this type of custom aggregates processing where the company can erect a processing plant and produce product at a customers site. The piles of crushed stone in the background are some of the products processed in the plant, which is now being moved to another site.

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Copyright: Magnus Dahlgren
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Resolution: 9336x4668
Uploaded: 26/01/2013
Updated: 26/06/2014
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Tags: mellott; company; aggregates; processing; plant; mellott company; metso; spare parts; crusher; stone; crushing; quarry; rock
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