Aggregates Manager

December 2013

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RMT EQUIPMENT High-definition display RMT Equipment's upgraded VEI Millennium 5 and Helper X loader scales are now equipped with new high-definition color displays to improve visibility in any angle and light condition. A new, removable Vprint ultra-fast thermal printer can be located underneath the monitor or anywhere in the cab. Customers can start with the entry level VEI Millennium 5 and upgrade to the advanced Helper X model as their needs grow in the future. RMT Equipment Inc. | | Text INFO to 205-289-3782 or visit SANDVIK Low capital cost Sandvik's CI521 impact crusher is part of the Prisec CI5xx series of horizontal shaft impact crushers, which the company says provides customers with a low capital cost solution, optimum performance, good cubical shape, and the lowest operating cost per ton. The patented crusher range was developed in response to customer demands, combining the ability to configure one stationary crusher into either a primary or secondary configuration, which makes it adaptable to a variety of applications. Sandvik Construction | | Text INFO to 205-289-3782 or visit SUPERIOR INDUSTRIES Reduced setup time Superior Industries' Swing Axle XTP TeleStacker conveyor shifts from road to radial mode in just five to 10 minutes, drastically reducing the 45- to 60-minute setup time required by the original model. The conveyor's new power travel system is engaged by a pre-installed t-handle mechanism that takes just seconds to engage and needs no maintenance or guarding. Its new axle design requires fewer link arms during transport and while in operational modes. The addition of a pivoting walking beam allows for true wheel alignment during radial travel. Superior Industries, North America | Text INFO to 205-289-3782 or visit TELSMITH Crushing capabilities coupled with easy maintenance Telsmith says it engineered the T300 Cone Crusher for maximum uptime and productivity while delivering 300-horsepower performance and a crushing capacity of 125 to 400 metric tons per hour in abrasive quarry applications. The unit is designed with six cylinders — fewer than conventional units — but offers large crushing force avail¬ability. A patent-pending anti-spin feature (mounted on top of the machine for ease of maintenance) prevents head spin to extend manganese life. Also patent-pending are the unit's hybrid bearings that offer both static and dynamic lift, which results in greater lift to efficiently carry the crushing forces. Telsmith | | Text INFO to 205-289-3782 or visit 30 AGGREGATES MANAGER December 2013

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