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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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Superior Industries launches standard designs for several portable screen/wash plants

Aggre-Dry Washer Plant
Aggre-Dry Washer Plant

Superior Industries, Inc. launched a new set of standard designs for its portable processing plants including a Guardian Screen Plant, Twin Screw Wash Plant and Aggre-Dry Wash Plant. The standard features, including new elements exclusive to Superior, are designed to speed setup, improve processing efficiencies and reduce aggravating maintenance caused by inefficient designs.

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Tesab 800i jaw crusher operator reports that it delivers lowest cost per ton

The Tesab 10580  Tracked Jaw Crusher is a heavy duty mobile crushing unit designed to crush primary rock at the quarry face.
The Tesab 10580 Tracked Jaw Crusher is a heavy duty mobile crushing unit designed to crush primary rock at the quarry face.

To get a first look at the new Tesab 800i heavy-duty jaw crusher, we turn to McCabe Earthworks Ltd, a company that pioneered mobile crushing services to the quarrying and mining industries in Ireland in the early 1990s. They are using the unit at a number of their locations across Ireland and the U.K. for crushing primary rock.

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Komatsu PC2000LC-8 excavator speeds production to supply global customers

AML added a Komatsu PC2000LC-8 excavator to load 100-ton trucks that haul material from the quarry to the primary crusher.
AML added a Komatsu PC2000LC-8 excavator to load 100-ton trucks that haul material from the quarry to the primary crusher.

Located along the southwest coast of Newfoundland on the Port au Port Peninsula, Atlantic Minerals Limited’s (AML) Lower Cove Quarry has some of the world’s largest and dense deposits of high-calcium limestone and dolomite. Proven reserves are more than 150 million metric tonnes of limestone and nearly 90 million metric tonnes of dolomite which are turned into a large number of products that are used in a variety of industries, mainly iron ore processing and construction.

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Screen Machine CST track-mounted portable cone crusher

The CST Cone Crusher is a large track-mounted portable crusher plant designed for secondary crushing of hard rock.
The CST Cone Crusher is a large track-mounted portable crusher plant designed for secondary crushing of hard rock.

A new patented design for Screen Machine’s CST track-mounted portable cone crusher features a screen in front of the cone crushing chamber to remove the fines prior to crushing. This dramatically prolongs the life of the cone and associated wear parts while maximizing productivity, the company says.

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Terex Finlay announces exciting new product introductions at Hillhead 2016

Terex Finlay C-1540 cone crusher & 674  inclined screener.
Terex Finlay C-1540 cone crusher & 674 inclined screener.

Terex Finlay is set to unveil three exciting new products at Hillhead 2016 in their largest ever presence at the show. Terex Finlay will officially launch the new C-1540 direct drive cone crusher and 674 3-deck inclined screen. They will also preview the new I-140RS impact crusher in advance of its launch in Q3, 2016.

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New Metso Lokotrack ST2.8 meets the need for a clean cement additive

Lokotrack ST2.8 is ready for screening in minutes thanks to hydraulically-operated conveyors and screen, including a patent-pending feeder mechanism.
Lokotrack ST2.8 is ready for screening in minutes thanks to hydraulically-operated conveyors and screen, including a patent-pending feeder mechanism.

A new Lokotrack ST2.8 mobile scalping screen from Metso Minerals is helping a technologically advanced cement plant to produce a clean additive for its production process, resulting in significant cost savings. GCC America requires a very clean 1- x 4-inch limestone product for the cement additive at its large Rio Grande plant in Colorado which has its own limestone quarry on site. To efficiently and economically do this, the company consulted with the local Metso dealer, Wagner Equipment, and arranged a demonstration of the new Lokotrack ST2.8 mobile scalping screen at the plant. The operators moved the ST2.8 into the plant’s quarry and fed it 8-inch minus blasted material to make the required 4-inch clean end-product.

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Haver & Boecker’s 1943 Tyler vibrating screen still hard at work

Waterford Group operators stand in front of a 73-year-old Tyler F-Class vibrating screen. The four-bearing screen was called a Ty-Rock Screen when R.E. Law Crushed Stone bought it in 1943. It’s been in operation most years since.
Waterford Group operators stand in front of a 73-year-old Tyler F-Class vibrating screen. The four-bearing screen was called a Ty-Rock Screen when R.E. Law Crushed Stone bought it in 1943. It’s been in operation most years since.

Haver & Boecker Tyler brand vibrating screen remains an important part of an aggregates operation more than 70 years after its purchase. The R.E. Law Crushed Stone quarry near Port Colborne, Ontario, bought its oldest operating Tyler F-Class on March 20, 1943. The vibrating screen shipped two months later. The machine was then sold to Hard Rock Paving Co. along with the quarry in 1977. The Waterford Group bought the operation in 2008 and uses the F-Class at a quarry in Uxbridge, Ontario. Its operators say it still works flawlessly.

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