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McLanahan Corporation

Address 200 Wall St, Hollidaysburg, PA, 16648, US
Phone 814-695-9807
Website mclanahan.com
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Technology, changing approaches to buying push aggregates industry in new directions

As the general manager of aggregate equipment manufacturer McLanahan, Mark Krause has seen a lot of change in the industry as a whole. Advances in technology are making significant inroads into aggregates, and that, combined with desire for more mobility from customers and a drive to draw new, younger professionals to the industry is what Krause sees shaping the market in coming years.

Anaconda Equipment joins McLanahan family of companies

In 2017, McLanahan Corporation began a partnership with Anaconda Equipment of Northern Ireland to distribute and sell Anaconda's line of mobile track equipment. As the relationship between the two companies progressed, it became clear that their values and business styles were closely aligned. Today, the two companies are proud to announce that Anaconda Equipment will officially join McLanahan Corporation's family of companies upon legal closing within the next 30 to 60 days.

Alan Bennetts joins McLanahan as global product manager

McLanahan Corporation has welcomed Alan Bennetts as global product manager for Washing and Classifying. As a global product manager Bennetts will provide leadership, direction and oversight to the evaluation, design, development, engineering, training and support for McLanahan's extensive washing and classifying equipment line. Bennetts brings nearly 25 years of experience in the mineral and aggregate industry, having served in a wide array of roles with equipment manufacturers and mining companies throughout the United States.

Settling Pond Problems Settled Once And For All

For decades, workers at Stevens Creek Quarry dreaded the monthly need to drain and clean out the quarry's settling pond for its excess slurry tailings. Every 30 to 45 days, the entire operation had to shut down for up to eight days while the pond was cleaned, costing up to $80,000 each cleaning.

MAX series vibrating screen brings operators simplified maintenance and increased uptime

One product McLanahan has often received requests for over the years is now available to customers. The MAX Series Vibrating Screen is based on McLanahan’s years of industry experience and designed to meet and exceed the demanding applications and specifications that producers face. MAX Series Vibrating Screens are capable of separating coarse feed materials from finer materials. Available in a range of sizes from 6’x16’ to 8’x24’, these screens are a low headroom design engineered to fit into existing structures and operations with no rework. Each screen is built with maximum steel strength to withstand heavy loading and with the durability to provide longer wear life.

MCLANAHAN enters mobile equipment market with MMS TRACK TROMMEL at CONEXPO

McLanahan Corporation introduced McLanahan Mobile Solutions at this year's CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017. At the event McLanahan displayed its MMS Track Trommel, which is ideal for processing aggregates, waste fines, construction and demolition material, compost, topsoil, ash and wood waste. This mobile trommel can be containerized when almost fully assembled, can be set up and running in just 15 minutes, and is capable of handling up to 165 tons per hour of material.

McLanahan introduces MD vibratory screen line to market

For more than two decades, McLanahan Corporation manufactured a successful line of vibrating screens and built a reputation as a trusted screen provider in many different industries. The McLanahan MD Vibratory Screen is a compact, high capacity dry screening unit used in a variety of industries. Dried sand, fertilizer, iron ore, wood pellets, quick and burnt lime, limestone, grain, gypsum, salt, sugar and animal feed (pellets and crumbles) are just a few of the materials and applications in which the MD Vibratory Screen is capable of screening efficiently and effectively.

Universal jaw crusher line

The stationary jaw die now has a bevel that rests in a matched groove on the lower clamp plate and is secured by upper clamp plates with a groove to match die bevel. Dies are also reversible.

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