McLanahan Family of Companies Returns to CONEXPO 2023 with Launch of New Brand

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McLanahan Corporation will be exhibiting at CONEXPO 2023 with four booth spaces dedicated to the McLanahan Family of Companies. McLanahan, Eagle Iron Works and Anaconda will be returning to Central Hall with a combined 8,500 square feet of space on the show floor. All three brands will have equipment on display, showcasing product launches and their standard equipment line. After acquiring RubbleCrusher in June, McLanahan is bringing the brand to CONEXPO for the first time. The RubbleCrusher stand will be located outside in the Silver Lot.

McLanahan Corporation // Stand C31372

McLanahan offers over 185 years of experience in providing process solutions to a variety of materials handing industries. Since 1835, McLanahan has led the industry with innovative solutions that focus on safety, sustainability and the ongoing challenges our customers face each day. From crushing and screening to tailings and water management and everything in between, McLanahan is constantly expanding its solutions to best serve the needs of today’s customers.

McLanahan’s never-before-seen equipment display will be showcased in stand C31372. The company’s latest addition to its tailings and water management line will provide another solution for dewatering waste solids and recovering reusable process water. Stay tuned for more information about McLanahan’s equipment display.

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Eagle Iron Works // Stand C31773

After celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2022, Eagle Iron Works continues to focus on designing and manufacturing equipment that is built to last. After debuting its Dewatering Screen in the Eagle+ system at CONEXPO 2020, EIW continues to expand its product line and plans to debut a new line in 2023. The company’s booth will showcase a close-up look at components of EIW’s classic systems for which the company has been known for the past 150 years.

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Anaconda // C31572

Backed by renowned service and support, Anaconda Equipment has proven itself as the partner of choice in the mobile screening and conveying industries for over a decade. Anaconda will join the McLanahan Family of Companies in Central Hall for the second time in 2023. Since joining McLanahan, Anaconda has continued to expand its mobile crushing line with the addition of the Jaw and Impact Crushing units. Through this partnership, Anaconda is able to offer Universal’s heavy-duty crushing designs with the portability for which Anaconda is known. With a 50’x70’ space, Anaconda’s mobile equipment will take center stage in Las Vegas.

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RubbleCrusher // S5276

The latest acquisition by McLanahan comes from Leicestershire, U.K. and CMB International. RubbleCrusher produces compact crushers that can be mounted on wheels, tracks or a skid and pulled behind a truck. RubbleCrusher equipment is ideal for small- to medium-sized crushing and recycling projects that help contribute to a circular economy.

RubbleCrusher’s launch at CONEXPO will be the first time the company has been showcased in North America.

Founded with a focus on supporting the “zero waste” approach to the construction and demolition recycling industry, RubbleCrusher will be showcasing their mobile and track mounted units in its first CONEXPO display.

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“Crushing 101” Comes Back To Vegas

Mark Krause, Managing Director of McLanahan North America, is back for another year hosting “Crushing 101” at CONEXPO. This session has become a favorite at shows like CONEXPO and AGG1 over the past several years. The session focuses on an overview of the various types of crushers and their applications. It dives in the different primary and secondary crushers, their pros and cons and how to optimize your process with a particular crusher. Mark takes time to review selection criteria, basis applications and best practices for operators to improve performance. By the end of the session attendees will know how to select a crusher based on the application, and will understand the effect of speed, stroke and angle of various crushers.

Crushing 101 // Tuesday, March 14 // 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM // West Hall 228-233

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