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Advances in Crushing & Processing help cut production costs, reduce maintenance, improve ROI and raise output for producers

The KEESTRACK H4e hydrid cone crusher

When you think about crushers, screens and other equipment for use in quarries and aggregates production, it might seem that there isn’t much more that could be done to improve performance, reduce costs, increase equipment life and reduce servicing. Yet that is exactly what is happening, as this equipment report shows. 

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Volvo Launches 48-Hour Parts Delivery Guarantee

When you need parts most — Volvo delivers. If a machine should go down, Volvo guarantees parts delivery within 48 hours* in Canada and Hawaii, and within 24 hours in the United States, including Alaska. volvoce.com/parts48.

*Guarantee applies to Class 1 parts orders. 24-Hour Parts Delivery Guarantee in the United States, including Alaska, and a 48-Hour Parts Delivery Guarantee in Canada and Hawaii. See website for complete details.

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The Rise of Mobile Impact Crushers

The mobile impact crushing plant is a versatile, track-mounted machine that can be used for aggregate production or the recycling of C&D material, asphalt and concrete. In this article, we focus on the latter. Product experts and Canadian distributors, representing eight global manufacturers, took part in an in-depth look at the mobile impact crusher of today, its evolution and future trends. 

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McCloskey responds to worldwide growth with investments in new facilities and dealers

Screening and crushing industry leader McCloskey International has continued its expansion over the past three years, with close to 35% growth overall, increased market share, major investments in its manufacturing facilities, and the introduction of a new division. In lockstep with this growth was the addition of over 30 dealers to the global distribution network.

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Equipment Focus - Mobile Impact Crushers

REMAX mobile impact crushers are designed to be real all-rounders among mobile crushing plants. They efficiently process reinforced concrete, construction rubble and asphalt, as well as natural stones, and can be used for primary and secondary crushing. Computerized diagnostics and digitalized controls make maintenance and adjustments to match different application conditions very easy. The basic design incorporates the latest diesel-electric drive system over electric-power generation. Benefits include:

  • Improved fuel efficiency with 30 to 40 percent savings; 
  • Reduced mechanical and hydraulic component wear; 
  • No hydraulic issues such as leaks or power loss at extreme hot and cold temperatures; 
  • Lower noise; 
  • Simple design, easy start up, easy transport and improved versatility; 
  • Operation in environmentally sensitive areas, underground and in tunnels.

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McCloskey International announces new washing systems division

McCloskey International Wash Plant Assembly.

Screening and crushing industry leader McCloskey International has announced the launch of McCloskey Washing Systems (MWS), a new business division focused on washing and classifying across multiple applications. The new unit will design and manufacture a full range of mobile, modular and static material and mineral washing equipment.

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Investing in premium aggregates equipment

The S190 Screening Plant was the beginning of a strong relationship with McCloskey.

The Kropf family of DINO trucking are not afraid of putting in the effort to go the extra mile for their customers. The Kropfs built their business on that principle. Starting out as a small aggregate supply business they have transformed into a highly productive material supplier for infrastructure and housing in the Kitchener and Waterloo region, southwestern Ontario. Their product focus now extends from materials for the road building sector to recycling products and granulars for road base, as well as specialty sands. The company, which was founded by Dean and Carolyn Kropf, has been supplying the local region with premium finished products since 1974. DINO’s strong foundations were set by Dean and Carolyn, and built on by their three sons – Derek, Chad and Trevor.

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