In major and minor public works there are many uses for the Flipscreen screening bucket. Some examples are tunnelling, road works and bridge construction. In tunnelling jobs, contractors use Flipscreen screener buckets to sort clean fill from rock to drastically reduce transport and disposal costs i.e. the first commercially built Flipscreen screen bucket was used to save many tens of thousands of dollars on the Lane Cove Tunnel in Sydney Australia

On road works, many millions of dollars are saved by screening stock piles in situe rather than the conventional approach of carting spoil many miles to a common place for a major screening operation before subsequently carting it back to its original position again.

The approaches to bridge constructions often require various sizes of aggregate, fill and gabion rock to complete the project. This can be facilitated by having a Flipscreen screening attachment at the ready.


To discuss how Flip Screen can increase profitability by increasing volumes, reducing operating costs and achieving premiums for coal