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Benefits of Used Sag Mills
Mining projects are one of the most difficult to keep on schedule and within the original budget. Many factors play a role in delaying excavation and dig site jobs including accidents, equipment break downs, geological survey amendments and worker safety.
Most mining projects eventually go over budget but one area you can control costs is by investing in used mining equipment rather than brand new machinery. Grinding is an essential task at any mining site and using used sag mills as opposed to new ones will not only save your company money but also valuable time.
Sag mills, or semi-autogenous grinding mills, utilize steel balls in addition to large rocks for grinding mining ore. Sag mills are often used as a primary or first stage grinding solution since it can break down larger pieces of ore than a ball mill or rod mill. Since this type of mill is necessary for the initial stages of a mining or excavation project it is a good idea to invest in used sag mills to save your company time and money.
Buying brand new grinding equipment is not only expensive but it also can include long wait times for the machinery to be delivered. Sag mills aren’t exactly easy to transport and even after you’ve made the purchase you may have to wait weeks at a time for the actual equipment to arrive at your mining site. With used sag mills you not only cut down on costs but also have much less lag time in getting the equipment to your project site.
If you need high quality used sag mills check out the terrific inventory at A.M. King that includes top brand name manufacturers including Metso, Hardinge and Allis-Chalmers. A trusted source of used mining equipment A.M. King continually rotates used equipment to offer mining projects the best in grinding equipment including sag mills, ball mills and rod mills. Keep your mining projection within the budget by purchasing used sag mills from A.M. King.