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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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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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Rockster shows off new R1100 and compact R700 model at Bauma 2016

At Bauma 2016 held April 8-16 in Munich, Germany, Rockster presented its current portfolio of machines, including two impact crushers: the newest and biggest in the line; the R1100S, and the smallest; the R700S (R1100S: 32,9 t/72,600 pounds & 3.2 m/10.5 feet high, R700S: 19.3 t/42,600 pounds & 3.1 m/10.2 feet high).

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Haver & Boecker introduces three-year leasing for pulse vibration analysis service

Haver & Boecker has announced a three-year leasing option for its Pulse vibration analysis service program, giving mining and aggregate customers insight to their equipment’s performance. The leasing options – basic and professional – fit small and large operations. Both programs include an industrial-grade tablet computer, eight tri-axial sensors, a monthly maintenance package and optional expert analysis reports.

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Haver & Boecker’s Hydro-Clean comes with training to get system up and running

Hydro-Clean washing systems minimize water consumption and lower electricity costs for aggregate operations.
Hydro-Clean washing systems minimize water consumption and lower electricity costs for aggregate operations.

Haver & Boecker's Hydro-Clean washing system effectively cleans deleterious material from aggregates and minerals while reducing water consumption by as much as 75 percent and energy costs by up to 15 percent over traditional washing systems The innovative washing system improves productivity by bringing together one-of-a-kind washing technology with on-site training and service after the installation to ensure an operation’s entire crew can quickly and capably achieve the best results from the washing system.

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Metso introduces Nordberg GP7 secondary crusher

The Nordberg GP7 secondary gyratory crusher is safe and easy to operate and maintain.
The Nordberg GP7 secondary gyratory crusher is safe and easy to operate and maintain.

Metso continues to expand its range of high capacity crushers by launching the Nordberg GP7, its largest Nordberg GP secondary gyratory crusher to date. The new 128,000-pound (58-ton) crusher features an optimal combination of feed opening, cavity design and capacity. This combination ensures high crushing performance, even with the hardest feed, and helps keep operational costs low. In addition, the crusher is safe to operate and maintain.

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