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Simplify Aggregate Adjustments Using Receiving Inspection in LASTRADA™


October 10, 2019 11:03 AM / by Kara Murphy

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Done manually, aggregate proportion adjustments take up valuable time and leave too much room for mistakes. In LASTRADA, Receiving Inspection speeds up and simplifies the process of estimating plant adjustments while eliminating the risk of errors.

How to Utilize Receiving Inspection 

The Aggregate QC Module captures plant data and other relevant data from the perspective of both the aggregate plant and mining site.

After the relevant information about the aggregate sample is captured at the mining site, including plant location, plant configuration, the ledge, the conveyor, and the sampling locations, plant technicians simply enter the information about the aggregate into the corresponding Aggregate Receiving Module. They do this from the perspective of the plant, not the mining site. Asphalt plants enter data into the Asphalt Plant Aggregate Receiving Module, and concrete plants enter data in the Concrete Plant Aggregate Receiving Module.

When aggregate proportioning adjustments are needed, the technician or the engineer simply refer to the Receiving Inspection for the information they need. Data is easily located by referencing the Receiving Inspection from the perspective of the plant using the aggregates.  The Receiving Inspection only displays information relevant to the selected plant, thus providing a clean and simple way to ensure the quality of data for each plant.


To learn more about how LASTRADA Partners can help you streamline workflows, improve quality and reduce costs, speak with one of our engineers or schedule a personalized demo.  



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