Rollouts August 2014

| Published on August 1, 2014

Your complete guide to new and updated equipment and supplies in the aggregates industry.

 

by Therese Dunphy, Editor-in-Chief

tdunphy@randallreilly.com

 

For Free Product Information Text INFO to 205-289-3782, or visit aggman.com/info.

 

scrubbs-stubborn-clayUntitled-2Scrubs stubborn clay

As seen at Hillhead

Terex Washing System’s AggreScrub 150 is designed to separate stubborn clay material that cannot be removed by rinsing or screening alone. Introduced at Hillhead, the system can work as a standalone unit or in conjunction with Terex’s Aggresand plant. The modular plant includes a web frame chassis design that supports a scrubbing hull, a 6- by 2-foot trash dewatering screen, a 12- by 5-foot two-deck rinsing and sizing screen, and an integrated sump and pump. Galvanized walkways are said to provide unprecedented levels of access to all areas of the plant. The control system used on the Aggresand plant has been adapted for this plant. Radio control of all main functions is available as an option, as well as remote telemetry, which enables data to be sent to the plant owner remotely through email or SMS alerts.

Terex Washing Systems | www.terex.com

 

track-processing-solutionUntitled-2Track processing solution

Telsmith’s 820 Track Screening Plant includes an 8203 Telsmith TL screen, a 54-inch feed conveyor, and a 72-inch under screen conveyor. The track can produce up to four products at a rate of 999 tons per hour. It can also be operated through a wireless remote control.

Telsmith | www.telsmith.com

 

streamline-secondaryUntitled-2Streamlined secondary and tertiary crushing

McLanahan Corp. is expanding its product line to include cone crushers. Capable of secondary, tertiary, and quaternary crushing, the units feature top-down maintenance. Safe unblocking is also engineered into the cone, with no need to dig it out when stalled. Simply press a button to open and restart when fully opened. Streamline design features include an all-roller bearing design, simple hydraulic controls, and easy manganese changes.

McLanahan Corp. | www.mclanahan.com

 

Tier-4-final-loadersUntitled-2Tier 4 final loaders

Case Construction Equipment offers Tier 4 final loader options with its 821F and 921F wheel loaders. Each is equipped with a selective catalytic reduction (SCR)-only solution that treats emissions separately with Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) and does not require the engine to recirculate exhaust gas. Case says this optimizes combustion and machine performance, lowers engine temperatures, and eliminates maintenance and downtime associated with filter replacement and regeneration. The loaders sport a 6.7-liter Tier 4 final engine. The 821F and 921F loaders produce 212 and 241 net peak horsepower, respectively. The 821F features a bucket range from 3.2 to 4.5 cubic yards, while the 921F has a bucket range from 3.8 to 4.75 cubic yards.

Case Construction Equipment | www.casece.com

 

reduces-need-for-settlingUntitled-2Reduces need for settling ponds

See it in action at www.aggman.com

McLanahan Corp. says its deep cone thickener helps producers do more with their existing resources by reducing or eliminating the need for settling ponds and other structures. They are meant to achieve the highest solids concentration possible through gravity separation. A full-time operator is not necessary.

McLanahan Corp. | www.mclanahan.com

 

radar-obstacle-detectionUntitled-2Radar obstacle detection

As seen at Hillhead

Brigade Electronics offers a line of radar obstacle detection systems. All four models of the Backsense radar system divide a specified detection area into five zones and provide a visual and audible warning when objects enter the hazard area. The cab display includes five LEDs corresponding to each of the five distance zones from the vehicle. A warning buzzer has an adjustable sound level of 65 to 90 dB. The manufacturer says the sensor is impervious to water, dust, and mud. The system controls the radar beam pattern, so the spread of the beam can be restricted to the desired width to minimize false alerts. Detection areas up to nearly 100 feet are available.

Brigade Electronics | www.brigade-electronics.com

 

larger-wash-plantUntitled-2Larger wash plant

As seen at Hillhead

Terex Washing Systems upsizes its Aggresand 165 with a new, larger version, the Aggresand 206. The new wash plant, which debuted at Hillhead, has capacity of up to 400 tons per hour. It includes a 20- by 6-foot screen with two- and three-deck options. The plant is designed to be easily transportable. It is pre-wired and pre-plumbed and features plug-and-play componentry. It also features rolling chutes and rolling centrifugal pumps. Sensors throughout the machine provide information on water pressure, cyclone feed pressure, and electrical power consumption.

Terex Washing Systems | www.terex.com

 

large-secondary-crushingntitled-2Large secondary crushing

KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens’ Kodiak Plus K500+ crusher is the newest and largest in its family of cone crushers. The 500-horsepower, remote-adjust cone crusher fills a demand for larger secondary and cone crushers in high-production operations. A new hybrid cast/fabricated base frame design, automated control system, patented linter retention system, patented thread locking ring, and anti-spin cone brake are among its refinements. Other features include replaceable brass thread inserts, patented internal counterweights, a heavy-duty tramp iron system, and brass v-seat liners.

KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens | www.kpijci.com

 

dual-crushing-optionsUntitled-2Dual crushing options

As seen at Hillhead

Sandvik Construction continued to expand its Prisec line with the introduction of the CI531 primary and CI532 secondary Prisec 3 horizontal shaft impact crushers. As with the rest of the product line, the HSI crushers can be configured into either a primary or secondary crushing mode. In addition, single-stage crushing is also an option with the ability to recirculate material to the primary versions of the crushers. A new crushing chamber design is said to allow for impressive reduction ratios through the use of two uniquely designed curtains, which have traditionally required a three-curtain configuration crusher. The maximum feed size is 39 inches in the primary configuration and just under 14 inches in secondary operation. Throughput ranges from 441 to 772 tons per hour as a primary and 276 to 441 tons per hour as a secondary.

Sandvik Construction | www.construction.sandvik.com

 

laboratory-shaker-sieveUntitled-2Laboratory shaker sieve

Cleveland Vibrator Co. now offers the Model HK Dual Drive Laboratory Sieve Shaker. Available in 8-inch, 10-inch, 12-inch, and 18-inch sieve frame sizes, the shaker can accommodate up to eight sieves. Enhancements include dual vibratory electric drives mounted on opposing sides of the test sieves, creating a three-dimensional motion. This allows the sample to work over the entire area of the sieve surface. The shaker operates on standard 110V and comes equipped with on/off controls and timer.

Cleveland Vibrator Co. | www.clevelandvibrator.com

 

small-footprint-welderUntitled-2Small footprint welder/generator

Fabco Power offers the Hydro Arc 7500 portable welder/generator. The 7.5 kW unit operates AC tools, compressors, lights, and pumps, among other equipment. The unit weighs 165 pounds and takes up a compact footprint of 27 by 10 inches, while standing 17 inches high. It is available standard with either an 11 gpm or 21 gpm high-efficiency, piston-type motor.

Fabco Power | www.fabcopower.com

 

loader-features-all-new-cabLoader features all-new cab

As seen at Hillhead

At Hillhead, JCB debuted its 457 wheel loader with the all-new JCB CommandPlus cab. The machine is the first to show off the completely new cab structure, engine cover, and rear counterweight design, which are said to contribute to improved visibility, lower noise levels, increased cab room, and an enhanced working environment for the operator. In addition, the 457 is the first large JCB wheel loader to meet Tier 4 final emission standards. An MTU diesel engine contributes to fuel savings of approximately 16 percent, compared to the previous model. It meets emission standards without the need for a diesel particulate filter.

JCB | www.jcb.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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