Aggregates Manager

November 2013

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ROLLOUTS Ceramic pulley lagging prevents slippage duct tion to 782, Flexco introduces its new Flex-Lag Medium Ceramic Pulley Lagging. The pulley lagging features 39-percent tile coverage, and complements its Full Ceramic and Diamond Ceramic lines. It can be used in dry, wet, or muddy applications where slippage can occur. Horizontal grooves in the lagging trap and deflect water and debris, while the molded ceramic buttons grip the belt's underside for positive traction and no slippage. It is available in widths ranging from 35 to 101 inches to match pulley face widths or 18 to 84 inches to match belt widths. The lagging works with pulley diameters over 12.6 inches. Flexco | m/info. Third-party access The Instantel Third Party Access for Series IV software application allows users to control, upload, and download data directly from Instantel Minimate Pro4 or Minimate Pro6 seismographs without using the Instantel Blastware Compliance Module. Event data can be exported into the XML, CSV, or ASCII file formats. Exported data can be further analyzed within a spreadsheet or leveraged using the Internet, automating the process of transferring vibration data directly from the Series IV unit to a website for viewing by approved stakeholders. The program also maintains the proprietary Instantel Event format and security features and the same functionality as the Blastware Compliance Module. Instantel | The detail speaks volumes Accuracy, speed, safety. The Topcon GLS-1500 laser scanner makes non-contacting pile mapping and volume calculation easy and highly accurate. With maximum mapping detail, and its simple workflow, your increased efficiency will speak louder than words. Get all the details. Text INFO to 205-289-3782 or visit Text INFO1 to 205-289-3782, or visit Untitled-16 Rollout_AGRM1113.indd 5 AGGREGATES MANAGER 8/15/13 2:12 PM November 2013 5 10/21/13 1:06 PM

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