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Astec to highlight several products at Hillhead

By |  June 3, 2022

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Astec will showcase several products at Hillhead 2022, which returns June 21-23 to the United Kingdom.

The company recently consolidated its legacy brands – Kolberg-Pioneer, Osborn Engineering, Telsmith, Johnson Crushers International and Astec Mobile Screens – under the Astec banner. Astec says Hillhead gives it the perfect opportunity to present its comprehensive product line, including mobile, portable and static crushing and screening solutions; material handling equipment; washing and classifying equipment; rock breaker technology and more.

Among the products Astec will have on display is the FT200 mobile cone crusher. Astec says the FT200’s unique roller bearing design on the Kodiak cone crusher generates higher efficiencies and reduces operational expenses by up to 50 percent.

Also on display will be the GT205 mobile inclined screen. The screen’s gradation control allows for reclaiming fines in both wet and dry applications, according to Astec.

Hillhead attendees will also see the Pioneer jaw crusher. Astec says its high-capacity jaw crusher can deliver up to 25 percent more tons per hour than comparable jaw crushers.

Astec’s horizontal shaft impactor will also be on display. The horizontal shaft impactor offers the adaptability and capacity required to meet and exceed expectations, Astec says, and it can provide increased uptime and production.

The company will also spotlight the GT125 mobile jaw crusher, which Astec says is built for maximum jaw crushing mobility. The GT125 features a Pioneer series jaw crusher, offers increased capacity and is equally effective in aggregate and recycling applications, according to Astec.

Additionally, the GT165 mobile direct-feed screen will be on display at Hillhead. Astec says its mobile direct-feed screens provide a rugged screening tool in a highly mobile configuration. The company adds that these screens are highly effective in dealing with overburden, scalping ahead or behind a primary crusher, and screening materials such as aggregates, recyclables and organics.

Jack Kopanski

About the Author:

Jack Kopanski is the Managing Editor of Pit & Quarry and Editor-in-Chief of Portable Plants. Kopanski can be reached at 216-706-3756 or jkopanski@northcoastmedia.net.

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