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Aggflow

AggFlow is a software application that calculates and analyzes aggregate plant data. AggFlow is intended to be used by aggregate engineers to calculate both the Mass Aggregate Balance and the Mass Water Balance flowing through a rock crushing plant to optimize and maximize production of desired products.

Overview

AggFlow is a software application that calculates and analyzes aggregate plant data. AggFlow is intended to be used by aggregate engineers to calculate both the Mass Aggregate Balance and the Mass Water Balance flowing through a rock crushing plant to optimize and maximize production of desired products.

AggFlow is developed and distributed by BedRock Software, Inc. (BedRock. Designed to reduce the calculation time aggregate engineers need to optimize quarry operations and to establish a benchmark by which future changes and results can be compared. The program seeks to improve two main aspects of aggregate operations: identify inefficiencies in the operation and track resources such as emissions that are regulated, fuel consumption and equipment operating capacity. AggFlow is also used in mining operations and other applications (i.e. water processing) where extensive mass balance calculations are required.

Equipment categories in AggFlow

Crushing equipment

Screening equipment

  • 1-to-4 Deck Screens
  • Vibrating Scalpers
  • Mobile Versions of all Screen Types

Washing equipment

  • Classifiers
  • Clarifiers
  • Coarse Screws
  • Log Washers
  • Sand Screws
  • Cyclone equipment
  • Operating Platform

Source: AggFlow Equipment List

Operating platform

AggFlow runs exclusively on Microsoft Windows operating systems. However Linux/Unix and Macintosh Mac OS X based computers can operate the program using a virtual machine capable both of running Windows and passing the license information from the USB dongle to the "Guest" operating system.

See also

References

  • AggFlow with Track-Mounted (mobile) Equipment - Hub-4.com (2009)
  • Mobile equipment simulation-capable software (2009)
  • 2009 NSSGA SME Design Competition (AggFlow's Role in the Competition) (2009)
  • Rock Products Magazine - Ways to Improve Plant Efficiency (September Issue) (2008)
  • Model Performance - Aggregates Business Europe (2008)
  • Optimising the Efficiency of Primary Aggregate Production - UK Minerals Industry Sustainable Technology (MIST) Research Programme (2006)
  • Why Minimize Quarry waste and Quarry Fines? - GoodQaurry.com (2006)
  • 2003 Council of Outstanding Early Career Engineers (2003)
  • Find Hidden Profits from Your Existing Plant & Equipment (2003)
  • Energy Efficiency Opportunities in the Stone and Asphalt Industry by Energy & Resource Solutions, Inc. (2003)
  • Best of CONEXPO-CON/AGG '99 - Rock Products Magazine (2001)
  • Off-the-Shelf Software to Enhance Efficiency - Rock Products Magazine (1999)

Company links

  • AggFlow Website
  • AggFlow Frequently Asked Questions
  • AggFlow Equipment List
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