Tag: crushing equipment

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L&H Industrial Aggregate and Construction Equipment

January 31, 2023 By

From Engineering & Design, Manufacturing & Repair, and Field Services, our comprehensive products and services have your back in the shop and in the field.

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Superior adds James River Equipment as dealer

May 27, 2022 By

James River Equipment was named as Superior Industries’ latest dealer partner, servicing North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.

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Sandvik names mobiles distributor for South Dakota

December 18, 2021 By

Diesel Machinery Inc. partnered with Sandvik and will represent the company’s mobile crushing and screening equipment.

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AMCAST Rocky Transformer

December 7, 2021 By

The Rocky Transformer can produce high quality, sellable sand from a variety of low value aggregate materials like cone crusher byproduct or virgin bank run river rock.

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The latest equipment solutions in crushing, breaking

November 10, 2021 By

Check out some of the latest crushing and breaking equipment from Hazemag, Columbia Steel, Okada America, Unified Screening & Crushing, Astec Industries and thyssenkrupp.

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AMCAST Rocky Transformer  

October 4, 2021 By

In just one pass, the Rocky produces 85-100% of usable sand through a 100% impact crushing process with a near perfect spherical grain structure.

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Telsmith JCP H2238-T200 Two-Stage Portable Plant

December 1, 2020 By

The portable crushing plant includes a H2238 Hydra-Jaw as the primary crusher and a Titan T200 cone crusher to complete the final crushing.

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EIW adds dealer to network

May 6, 2020 By

Old Dominion will now sell and distribute Eagle Iron Works’ (EIW) line of washing and classifying equipment throughout Virginia and West Virginia.

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Trends in crushing equipment design and technology

December 5, 2019 By

Elrus Aggregate Systems’ Greg Helfrich offers a look at developing crushing trends.

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