GreyStone washing, classifying and dewatering equipment traces its beginnings back to 1956 in Benton, Kansas, with the philosophy of "Build it the way it should be!" The product line was moved to Columbus, Nebraska, in 1981 and continued to be marketed under the name of L.B. Manufacturing. The name was changed to GreyStone in 1988.
Under the new ownership in Columbus, its product line has expanded using the 110 years of experience of the Columbus company.
Today, GreyStone stands as its own independent manufacturer with employees who have vast applications experience in sand washing, classifying and dewatering equipment. GreyStone manufactures a complete line of field-proven portable and semi-portable Aggre-Washer™ washing/screening plants, Aggre-Spec™ sand classification tanks and systems, single and twin fine material dewatering screws, single and twin coarse material washers, log washers, advanced computer control systems, water clarifiers, rotary and vibrating screens, portable conveyors and radial stackers, blade mills, dewatering screens, twin jets, cutter heads and aggregate reclaiming systems. Additionally, GreyStone offers complete plant design and application engineering services, project management, troubleshooting and add-on engineering to tailor its product line to specific producer needs.
From its inception, through today and into the future, GreyStone remains One Company, with One Focus, producing Great Results.
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Go Completely Portable With New Self-Erecting Screen Tower™
GreyStone recently released the new Self-Erecting Screen Tower™ for producers that move classifying equipment from site to site at least once per year. With this new screen tower, you can eliminate costs and production losses associated with current screening methods.