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Photo gallery: Additional sights from AGG1

By |  April 1, 2022

More than 11,000 attendees took in AGG1 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee. Check out some sights from the Music City Center.


Members of the Kleemann and John Deere teams pose on the last day of AGG1. Pictured from left are Kelly Graves, Joachim Janka, Evan Clarke and Ryan Layton. Photo: P&Q Staff

Members of the Kleemann and John Deere teams pose on the last day of AGG1. Pictured from left are Kelly Graves, Joachim Janka, Evan Clarke and Ryan Layton. Photo: P&Q Staff

Kristen Randall, marketing manager at Haver & Boecker Niagara, shows off the company's Drop Guard wear liner at AGG1. According to Haver & Boecker Niagara, the polyurethane liner provides 100 percent cross beam protection for Niagara vibrating screens and can easily be installed on an entire screen deck in as little as 15 to 20 minutes. Photo: P&Q Staff

Kristen Randall, global technology marketing manager at Haver & Boecker Niagara, shows off the company’s Drop Guard wear liner at AGG1. According to Haver & Boecker Niagara, the polyurethane liner provides 100 percent cross beam protection for Niagara vibrating screens and can easily be installed on an entire screen deck in as little as 15 to 20 minutes. Photo: P&Q Staff

Conn-Weld Industries had a brand-new horizontal screen in its booth, with company leaders noting the launch generated a positive response from AGG1 attendees. Photos: P&Q Staff

Conn-Weld Industries had a brand-new horizontal screen in its booth, with company leaders noting the launch generated a positive response from AGG1 attendees. Photos: P&Q Staff

IRock Crushers leaders were very pleased with the outcome of AGG1. Pictured from left are IRock’s Paul McCaffrey, Nate Russell and Chris Larson. Photo: P&Q Staff

IRock Crushers leaders were very pleased with the outcome of AGG1. Pictured from left are IRock’s Paul McCaffrey, Nate Russell and Chris Larson. Photo: P&Q Staff

Chris Nawalaniec, left, Dave Thomey, EJ Burke and John Baker, pose with plaques representing the class of 2021 and 2022 Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame inductees. Photo: P&Q Staff

Chris Nawalaniec, left, Dave Thomey, EJ Burke and John Baker, pose with plaques representing the class of 2021 and 2022 Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame inductees. Photo: P&Q Staff

AGG1 and World of Asphalt leaders open the trade show Tuesday morning at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Photo: P&Q Staff

AGG1 and World of Asphalt leaders open the trade show at the Music City Center. Photo: P&Q Staff

Grok Gates, director of business development at Bridgestone Americas, shows off some of the company’s tire-monitoring hardware. Grok noted that sensor durability goes a long way to mitigate downtime. Photo: P&Q Staff

Grok Gates, director of business development at Bridgestone Americas, shows off some of the company’s tire-monitoring hardware. Grok noted that sensor durability goes a long way to mitigate downtime. Photo: P&Q Staff


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