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Hillhead 2022 to feature several familiar manufacturers

By |  May 25, 2022
The last Hillhead took place in 2018. The next one is scheduled for June 21-23. Photo: P&Q Staff

The last Hillhead took place in 2018. The next one is scheduled for June 21-23. Photo: P&Q Staff

Six hundred exhibitors are slated to appear at Hillhead 2022, which returns June 21-23 to the United Kingdom for the first time in four years.

QMJ Group, which organizes Hillhead, projects up to 20,000 quarrying, construction and recycling professionals to attend the trade show. And while many of the exhibitors showcasing equipment at Hillhead do not market in the U.S., a number do.
With this variable in mind, here’s a look at three manufacturers with a U.S. presence, their Hillhead plans and the equipment they’ll present at the iconic show.

Anaconda

Anaconda Equipment will introduce a new crushing line to Europe by exhibiting the J12 jaw crusher.

According to Anaconda, the J12 is a midsized jaw that offers excellent reduction of initial feed material, continuous production and a consistent product shape. It is designed predominately for quarrying and mining applications, Anaconda says, and is fabricated with a 28-in. x 44-in. Universal jaw chamber.

Anaconda crushers feature a direct-hydraulic-drive system allowing the jaw to be reversed. The addition of Cummins L9 performance engines offers excellent specifications, low fuel consumption and eliminates the need for exhaust gas recirculation, the company says.

In addition, Anaconda will display the DF514 scalping screen. Anaconda says the DF514 is already proven in the European market as a reliable, midsized scalping screen featuring multiple variants that allow it to adapt to different applications.

McLanahan

McLanahan Corp. will have its largest display yet at Hillhead, with plans to showcase the UltraWash 6206 for the first time in Europe.

The UltraWash 6206 can be configured to produce up to three clean aggregates and two washed sand products, McLanahan says. It is part of McLanahan’s line of modular systems.

McLanahan says its modular designs can be sized and selected to meet a standard range of processing requirements. Its plants are designed to be energy efficient and include maintenance features that make performing maintenance safer and simpler. They can also be supplied with a control system that allows for remote monitoring and adjustments.

Aside from the UltraWash 6206, McLanahan’s decanter centrifuge – its latest tailings management solution – will be in its Hillhead booth. According to the company, the decanter centrifuge provides an alternative to filter and belt presses, improves tailings handling, helps to eliminate settling ponds, enhances water recovery and meets environmental regulations.

Hillhead attendees can also expect to see an UltraCrush modular cone crusher in the McLanahan booth, where company representatives will discuss the company’s expanded line of crushers and screens.

Wirtgen Group

The Wirtgen Group booth at Hillhead will focus on sustainable, cost-effective solutions for earthworks, road construction and materials processing.

The Kleemann Mobicat MC 110(i) EVO2 jaw crusher, the Mobicone MCO 90(i) EVO2 cone crusher and the Mobiscreen MSS 802(i) EVO screening plant for coarse elements will make their show debut in the UK, the company says. The W 100 Fi one-meter-class milling machine from Wirtgen’s new range of compact milling machines will also debut at Hillhead along with a John Deere 672 GP motor grader.


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