Compared to other machines capable of scrubbing — like coarse material washers or blade mills — log washers are beasts. To prove it, they require almost 5X more horsepower than those units.
Log washers accept their feed from crushing or screening equipment and get to work. They scrub out and liberate plastic clays. That’s the kind of clay that gets sticky when wet instead of dissolving in moisture like soluble clays.
Paddles are attached to a set of shafts and cross within each others’ diameters. This motion forces the rocks to grind against one another, freeing them of the tough clay. The unwanted material is lifted over the weirs while the usable rocks make their way to the washer’s discharge.
- Capacities up to 190 STPH (172 MTPH)
- Maximum material size of 3.5” (89mm)
- Twin shafts
Most of the time, we rely on our dealers to stock Superior equipment. However, we typically have a small amount of factory stock.
Service & Parts
We always have been and always will be a privately-owned company. That means we can add more employees to our customer service team without Wall Street breathing down our neck. Isn’t that the way it should be?
They’re the same neighbors you’d trust to babysit your dog on the weekend. Our factory-trained dealers are a local connection for sales, service and parts.
Staffed by agents born to serve others, you’re welcome to call our technical service team 24/7/365. (If you call in the middle of the night, we can’t guarantee they’re in uniform!)
You know the old saying…”square pegs don’t fit in round holes?” It’s often the case with knock-off parts. Genuine Superior parts are forged from the same steel as our equipment