Aggregates Manager

November 2013

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CAPTURE PROFIT Take Your Operation's Profits to the Next Level with a Terex® Canica VSI. The Terex® Canica Vertical Shaft Impactor (VSI) offers numerous advantages for improved profitability. Our robust VSI is a vital tool for producing highly cubical products in small sizes and eliminating soft material. With the widest range of models and the most internal configurations available on the market, we will custom fit a VSI to your specific needs. Advantages of a Terex Canica VSI in Your Operation: Shaping: Produce highly cubical products Beneficiation: Soft stone elimination/improved soundness Fine Crushing: Closed circuit down to 1 mm - create sand Gradation Consistency: Minimal variance throughout parts life Higher Product Yield: High reduction ratio/low recirculating load - no CSS Higher Fracture Face Count: Produce in-spec products from round stone Simple Maintenance: Only basic tools and skills required High Capacity: From 50 TPH up to 1000 TPH models Accepts Wet Feed: Handles various applications Highly Versatile: Portable, stationary and combination configurations Lower Capital Cost: In comparison to compression crushers Visit to find your local distributor and learn how we can work for you. Terex® Minerals Processing Systems Durand, Michigan | Tel +1 (989) 288-3121 | Toll Free +1 (888) 571-8352 Cedar Rapids, Iowa | Tel +1 (319) 363-3511 | Toll Free +1 (800) 821-5600 Shoe and Anvil Configuration Large Feed, Mild to Medium-Abrasive Materials Rock On Anvil Configuration High Reduction in Medium Abrasive Materials Rock On Rock Configuration All Rock Types and the Most Abrasive Materials Text INFO to 205-289-3782 or visit Terex is a registered trademark of Terex Corporation in the United States of America and many other countries. Copyright 2013 Terex Corporation. VSI ad Capture Profit 4-13 AggMan.indd 1 Untitled-14 1 4/10/2013 1:07:04 PM 4/10/13 2:06 PM

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