Aggregates Manager

March 2014

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APPLICATIONS 33 AGGREGATES MANAGER March 2014 crusher, it — not the belt — absorbs the impact of rebar drop- ping through the crusher. An efficient rebar magnet with maximum discharge capacity can be hydraulically lifted or lowered by means of remote con- trol, providing more clearance for larger sizes of rebar if present. The flow concept of the EVO models is said to eliminate re- striction to the flow of the material throughout the entire plant. With this Continuous Feed System (CFS), each step the material goes through in the plant is wider than the diameter of the one before it, eliminating choke or wear points. The CFS also keeps a choke feed to the crusher, eliminating stops/starts of the feed system, which improves production, material shape, and wear. Kleemann's Contractor Line diesel-electric drive option has the crusher directly diesel-driven, with the conveyor troughs, belts, and prescreen electric-driven. This concept not only re- duces diesel fuel consumption, but also results in significantly reduced exhaust emissions and noise levels. And mobile tracked crushers permit recycled material pro- ducers to relocate piles while staying open, selling from existing piles while creating new ones, and improving traffic flow, while eliminating the need to move a stockpile with loaders or other equipment. AM This article courtesy of Kleemann. 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. 7H[W,1)2WRRUYLVLWZZZDJJPDQFRPLQIR Jerry Buesing, president and CEO (left), shown with Road Machinery Inc.'s Dave Kolesky, says he hopes to produce additional products with the new crushing system that may yield a better price per ton.

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