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Smith & Loveless has shipped its first PISTA®Works™ Headworks System, which offers four headworks processes on one skid package. The system will service a governmental training facility in Minden, LA. The pre-engineered headworks system combines screening, grit removal and grit washing into one integrated system. The complete system is pre-assembled and shipped direct to the job site on one truck, significantly reducing field installation costs while allowing for a compact footprint.

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