1 A Tour Around A Sand Production Company

A Tour Around A Sand Production Company

Posted on October 30, 2011 by

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Production Commercial Firm ‘Stark’, Ltd extracts sand which is used in metallurgy, glass-making, and dry building mix production. At first, it was able to produce metallurgy sand only, so the company depended on the demand for metal a lot. That  is why they had designed and applied new unique techniques of sand concentration (by washing the sand, they reduced the ammount of clay and other admixtures in it), which resulted in expansion of the range of goods.

Today PCF ‘Stark’, Ltd produces sand of the following kinds: ОВС-020-В, ВС-030-В, ВС-040-1, ВС-050-1, С-070-1, PK-020-З, PK-030-З, PK-040-З, PK-050-З, PK-070-З.

The company’s success may partially be explained by the machinery it has. During the 90s, when all that businessmen cared about was their well-lined pockets, the management of the company invested all the money into the development of the production, which now is a competitive high-tech enterprise with over 200 emloyees.

It is also the biggest taxpayer of the Shevchenkovsky Area of Kharkivs’ka Oblast’ which as a matter of fact forms its budget.

The sand pit you see in the picture, has an area of 270 000 square meters.

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Its weight-carrying ability is 25-35 tons!

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When there are no vehicles within the field of vision, the pit looks like an exotic beach!

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One Response to “A Tour Around A Sand Production Company”

  1. geoff says:

    “When there are no vehicles within the field of vision, the pit looks like an exotic beach!”

    I have seen a lot of beaches but none like that. Sand miners are only allowed to operate here in Australia because they have to put the landscape back exactly as it was.

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