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Largest telescopic stacking conveyor in the world

Built for high production, the TeleStacker conveyor is the largest telescopic stacking conveyor in the world with operating tonnage ranging from 200 to 5,000 tph. It also has the ability to stockpile 30-percent more material per move than similar radial stackers. 

As a result of the robust steel construction of the FB Undercarriage, the TeleStacker conveyor is up to 35 percent heavier than most competitive conveyor machines, leading to enhanced stability and durability. Incorporating a wide base and heavy-duty internal conveyor support rollers, the unit offers heightened safety and stability both during operation and travel – even on rough terrain. Each support roller carries evenly distributed weight, reducing overall stress and extending the unit’s life. 

To ensure smooth mobility and flotation even over difficult terrain, the TeleStacker conveyor can be equipped with steel tracks and attached to Superior’s patented FD Series Axle. The combination enables fast, easy transition from radial to linear travel modes. The operator is able to simply lower the FD tracks into position to access the stacker’s radial model or hydraulically lift them up for linear travel.

Every TeleStacker Conveyor is custom designed and built to accommodate individual requirements and unique applications. 

The Mine Duty model is equipped with belt widths ranging from 24 to 72 feet.

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Sandvik Launches the New QA441 Doublescreen

Sandvik Construction has announced the launch of the new QA441 Doublescreen.This latest addition to the Premium range has been upgraded to encompass the many product refinements of the larger QA451 triple deck version in order to improve operation, efficiency and ease of maintenance.

New features on the QA441 include a color-coded push button control system with sequential start-up for ease of operation as well as an updated feeder hopper and feeder drive system for increased throughput. To speed-up screen media changes, the QA441 includes hydraulic screen separation, new wrap around walkways, a newly designed access ladder, optimized screen drives and hydraulic raise / lower facility on the main conveyor. The standard radio remote control and upgraded electrical system will also further enhance operator safety and control.

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New Vermeer trommel allows for production of three products

Vermeer has introduced the TR620 trommel screen that allows for an optional third product conveyor, and which will handle the majority of screening needs for compost, mulch, aggregate and topsoil producers, in a compact design for sites with limited space.

“This new trommel screen can fit into a smaller space than our other models, which is a requirement for customers who have a limited amount of space on their site,” said Jeff Bradley, product manager for recycling and forestry at Vermeer. “We listened to contractors who told us they wanted a trommel that could produce three separate products without running the material through the machine twice. That is why we developed the optional third conveyor.”

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Major Wire Partners with W.S. Tyler to Provide Flex-Mat 3 in Alberta And British Columbia

Montreal-based Major Wire Industries Limited has partnered with their affiliate company W.S. Tyler, with locations in Edmonton, Alberta and Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada to represent Major Wire’s Flex-Mat 3 High-Performance Screen Media solutions in both tensioned and modular versions for aggregate, mining and recycle operations. In addition to Major Wire screen media solutions, W.S. Tyler also provides its customers with woven wire, vibrating screens and washing technology.

“Major Wire is excited to partner with W.S. Tyler, a company that has a strong parts and sales operations in Alberta and British Columbia, as well as a highly skilled sales team in the screening industry,” commented Gary Pederson, Vice President of Sales for Major Wire.

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W.S. Tyler’s New Facility Offers Customers Convenient Option for Hydro-CleanT Material Testing

W.S. Tyler’s new 13,000-square-foot Hydro-Clean testing facility in Conyers, Georgia, features the company’s Hydro-Clean Test Plant. The new facility, which officially launched in September, gives customers a fast, risk-free option for testing challenging materials to determine profit potential.

Customers begin the testing process by sending a sample of material to be tested on a laboratory Hydro-Clean unit. The test determines the percentage of particles minus 200 mesh, which allows W.S. Tyler to identify the amount of clay in the material to determine whether the material can be successfully cleaned in the Hydro-Clean. After confirmation, W.S. Tyler sends a Hydro-Clean test kit for the customer to fill with about 1.5 tons of material to be tested at the Hydro-Clean Test Plant.

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Two New Kleemann Impact Crushers Are Loaded With Innovations

Kleemann’s EVO 2 represents the continuing evolution of the successful EVO Contractor Line, with additional benefits in terms of economy and operational safety. The two new EVO2 impact crushers are differentiated by their size and productivity: the MR 110 ZSi EVO 2 has a crusher inlet opening of 43.3 inches (1,100 mm), and the MR 130 Zi EVO 2 a crusher inlet opening of 51 inches (1,300 mm). These provide feed capacities of up to 350 or 450 tph, respectively.

The “S” indicates a Mobirex unit with optional, highly productive secondary vibrating screen with extra-large screening surface mounted on the discharge conveyor. This secondary screen unit can produce spec material, potentially eliminating the need for a separate screen.

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New Track-Mounted GT200 Cone Crusher Unveiled at 2014 National Dealer Conference

KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens has unveiled its new track-mounted GT200 cone crushing plant, one of the company’s newest additions to the Global Track product line.

The new track-mounted GT200 features a 1200LS Cone Crusher, which includes a new tramp iron relief (TIR) system that utilizes pressure relief valve technology. The new TIR system minimizes crusher overload impact shock loads transmitted to the crusher components, says Stephen Whyte, product management consultant for KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens.

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New FT400 Cone Crusher Launched at KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens’ Dealer Conference

KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens has unveiled its new FT400DF track-mounted cone crushing plant during the 2014 National Dealer Conference, Denver, Co.

The new FT400DF features a Kodiak Plus K400+ Cone Crusher, a track-mounted cone crushing plant designed to deliver efficient material sizing, making it a perfect choice for both mobile and stationary producers who need quick, effortless on-site movement. The Kodiak Plus K400+ Cone Crusher includes a tramp iron relief (TIR) system that utilizes pressure relief valve technology that minimizes crusher overload impact shock loads transmitted to the crusher components, said Gary Heeszel, engineering manager for KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens’ Oregon manufacturing facility.

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KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens Launches New GT440 Impact Crusher

KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens launched its new GT440 Horizontal Shaft Impact Crusher (HSI) during the 2014 National Dealer Conference, in Denver, Colorado.

The new track-mounted GT440 features an Andreas 4240 Horizontal Shaft Impact Crusher, which includes a 3- or 4-bar rotor configuration, allowing the end user to choose the best solution for the application, said Ron Griess, product manager for KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens.

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KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens Honors Domestic Dealers for Outstanding Performance

KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens recognized 13 North American dealers for outstanding performance during its National Dealer Conference, held  in Denver, Colo.

The recipients of the awards are selected from the entire KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens dealer organization. The premier award given this year was the Top Sales and Marketing Award, an honor that is not given every year, but rather when a dealer demonstrates extraordinary excellence. This year, KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens recognized Goodfellow Corporation of Boulder City, Nev., for its extraordinary dedication to the KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens product line.

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New GT206 Added to KPI-JCI & Astec Mobile Screens’ Global Track Product Line

KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens has unveiled its new GT206 track-mounted screening plant during the 2014 National Dealer Conference, held Sept. 15-17 in Denver, Colo.

The new GT206 features a heavy-duty 20’ x 6’ inclined screen that offers more screen area and production potential than other competitive models, according to Patrick Reaver, product development manager for KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens’ Illinois manufacturing facility.

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