Aggregates Manager

November 2014

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Top fi nanced new crusher Top fi nanced crusher brands Top three states for crushing buyers* Top fi nanced used crusher - tie Top fi nanced new crushing plant - tie Top fi nanced used crushing plant Sandvik QJ-341 (8 plants) Cedarapids, 24 units Metso, 16 units KPI, 13 units BL -Pegson, 13 units Texas: 17 units Michigan: 10 units Washington: 8 units BL-Pegson N/A (3 units) BL-Pegson Premiertrak (3 units) Inertia 5066-Hawk (3 plants) Lippmann 6224 (3 plants) KPI FT-4250-CC (9 units) Oct. 1, 2013 to Sept. 30, 2014 Source: EDA, (Note: EDA reports are continually updated.) *Oct. 1, 2013 to Sept. 30, 2014, includes both new and used fi nancial sales, includes crushers and crushing plants. *Comparison of number of crushers and crushing plants fi nanced Oct. 1, 2013 - Sept. 30, 2014 and Oct. 1, 2012 - Sept. 30, 2013. 0 50 100 150 200 250 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014* Crusher buying patterns New Used Eliminates the need for tertiary crushing Hazemag says its Hazemag APS Series secondary impact crusher is ideally suited to crush materials of medium hardness down to a cubical, well-graded product size of 0 to 3 inches (with 65 percent passing 1 inch) in a single pass. Due to its high reduction ratio, the unit can often eliminate the need for multiple secondary or tertiary units in plants where they are present. The APSH model includes a hydraulic apron adjustment to ensure continuous production of high-quality, consistent product gradation. The computer-controlled, fully automatic hydraulic system is said to reduce the downtime normally associated with apron adjustments to minutes. Hazemag | Stationary Crushers New, used crushing equipment year-over-year change* New: 2014: Increase of 37% Used: 2014: Decrease of 3% by Therese Dunphy, Editor-in-Chief *Jan. 1- Sept. 30, 2014 Used: low 135 in 2009 New: high 76 in 2011 New: low 41 in 2009 Used: high 215 in 2011 Sponsored Information

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