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Jeremy Dade

Plants Manager

Elam Construction Inc

HQ Phone:  (970) 242-5370

Email: j***@***.com

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Elam Construction Inc

556 STRUTHERS AVE

Grand Junction, Colorado,81501

United States

Company Description

At Elam we recognize that our employees are our greatest asset and continually strive to offer a safe work environment, a superior benefit package, and competitive wages. Employees at Elam Construction can count on our support in their efforts to continue th...more

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Jeremy Dade is the plants manager for Elam Construction in Grand Junction, Colo., and told a similar story.
"We'd either have too much 200s in the mix or not enough. It took more than a year of trial and error to realize the problem came from the baghouse fines. "We even turned the baghouse return off," Dade said. Nothing seemed to give them a consistent result. Instead, they saw a big swing of 1.2 to 1.7 tons per hour (TPH) in the 200s, Dade said. By installing a device from Clarence Richard Co. that weighs and meters the dust going into the drum, the plant personnel slowed the rate to a steady 4.2 TPH, according to Dade.


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