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Tag: crushing and hydraulic breaking

Breakers can be mounted to a mobile carrier like an excavator, as well as to stationary boom systems attached to crushing equipment. Photo: P&Q Staff

Simplifying hydraulic breaker selection for your operation

August 11, 2022By

Aggregate producers must consider a variety of factors when exploring potential options in hydraulic breakers.

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Photo: P&Q Staff

New dynamics at play in crushing parts supply

April 18, 2022By

Columbia Steel leaders offer the latest on the supply environment as it pertains to key materials like manganese.

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Nathan P. Stedman is a member of the 2021 class of the Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame. Photo: Judy Springer

P&Q Hall of Fame Profile: Nathan P. Stedman

March 27, 2022By

The small town businessman brought forth a state-of-the-art crushing machine more than a century ago that remains highly relevant today.

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L&H Industrial showcased its crusher monitoring capabilities at MINExpo. Photo: P&Q Staff

L&H Industrial showcases capabilities at MINExpo

October 14, 2021By

Although some aggregate producers are unfamiliar with L&H Industrial, the company is positioning itself to effectively serve the industry following an acquisition and a strategic partnership.

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Large material and debris can jam inside the crusher, damaging components and causing costly downtime. Photo by Kevin Yanik

Putting safety around crushers front and center

January 20, 2020By

A closer look at modern crusher hydraulic systems illustrates how operation and productivity are affected.

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Automation gives producers the ability to monitor cone crusher performance parameters and correct issues before failures occur. Photo courtesy of Superior Industries

Cone crusher automation systems simplified

November 15, 2019By

Superior Industries’ Mike Schultz offers one major step to elevate safety, maximize profitability and optimize performance.

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Site preparation, including excavating and pre-splitting a face, was critical to lay the groundwork for Quality Stone & Ready Mix’s new primary crushing plant. Photo by Kevin Yanik.

Upgrades position Quality Stone & Ready Mix for the future

August 13, 2019By

Kentucky’s Quality Stone & Ready Mix recently completed a primary plant upgrade that positions the family-owned company to get the most out of its remaining reserves.

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Photos courtesy of Volvo Construction Equipment

The importance of crusher plant placement

May 31, 2018By

Savage Stone reversed its workflow to put its primary crusher at the bottom of the pit so it’s hauling rock downhill instead of up.

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