CDE will once again participate in CONEXPO-CON/AGG where the company will unveil its latest innovation, the CDE M5500 wash plant that can produce up to 550 tons per hour of washed materials on a single chassis. A selection of Infinity screens, the company’s new development in screening technology, will also be launched on the North American market along with other technological surprises.
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Superior Industries, Inc., a U.S. based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is expanding its line of Exterra Belt Cleaners with a new secondary model. Designed for straightforward, quick conveyor installations, the Exterra Secondary Belt Cleaner will debut at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017. Trade show attendees will be able to view the cleaner from March 7-11 at Superior’s booth (#C31955) in Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Lake Erie Portable Screeners introduces a portable box screener as a smaller, economical alternative to the Pitbull 2300. The Pitbull 2300B has no conveyors and features a smaller frame, allowing it to boast the durability, portability and screening rate of the 2300 at almost half the cost. The new model is simpler, lighter and more compact than the larger version, yet delivers high outputs with a wide range of materials, including topsoil, mulch, gravel, stone and asphalt. The combination of low price and high performance makes the machine ideal for rental centers and small- to mid-sized contractors in industries such as landscaping, construction and excavation.
MB CRUSHER has announced availability of the BF90.3 S4 Crusher Bucket to the Canadian construction and recycling market. According to the Italy-based manufacturer, the BF90.3 was the first crusher bucket in the world ever made. Designed to handle the most challenging conditions on any site, the BF90.3 is built to be extremely compact and versatile and has been updated and made more powerful over the years. Suitable for all crushing operations, it maintains the same results in terms of performance with all types of inert material.
Five end products with a production capacity of 180 t/h and total diesel consumption of 60 litres per hour – those were the impressive key results of a multi-stage crushing and screening combination demo of four mobile Keestrack plants, first publically tested in autumn, 2016. The tests were conducted during the customer days of Norway-based Keestrack dealer Fredheim Maskin, and formed part of a technical premiere for Keestrack's “full-hybrid” drive technology. Debuting as a full-electric combination powered by an external gen set were Keestrack's all-new jaw crusher B4e and the mobile cone H4e – both with new drive systems, using diesel power only when needed.
Designed to be extremely powerful, versatile, user-friendly and applicable anywhere, the new Doppstadt SM 720 SA Plus screen offers a solution for operators who have to process large quantities of various recyclables in different places quickly and reliably. Recycling enterprises, compost and earth-working plants, underground engineering, gravel and sand operators or container services can separate nearly any solid input material into up to six different fractions by means of this screen: construction rubble, industrial waste, biomass or garbage, plastic, glass, paper or wood, sand, gravel, scrap or slag. The SM 720 SA Plus adapts to the screening tasks by component change.
The Terex Finlay I-140 direct drive 1270mm x 1240mm (50” x 48”) horizontal impact crusher with variable speed gives operators unprecedented levels of production in both recycling, mining and quarrying applications. The robust and proven Terex CR032 chamber gives excellent reduction ratios and high consistency of product shape.
Brokk has introduced the Brokk 110. The electric-powered machine features increased demolition power over its predecessor, the Brokk 100, and includes the all-new Brokk SmartPower™ electrical system. The machine’s improvements increase the reliability and versatility for Brokk customers working on harsh jobsites in industries such as construction, demolition, metal processing, mining and nuclear.
During Conexpo Con/Agg 2017, from March 7-11, 2017, Liebherr will present more than 25 pieces of equipment from the company's extensive Material Handling, Earthmoving and Construction Equipment product ranges. The Liebherr outdoor booth will be located at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Gold lot G4637, covering 50,000 ft2, and will provide room for hydraulic excavators, wheel loaders, material handlers, along with the company's crawler loaders and dozers, deep foundation equipment, tower cranes, mobile and crawler cranes as well as a concrete pump. Liebherr’s product range of components for the mechanical, hydraulic and electric drive systems will also be on display in the south hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, Booth# S84230.
ALLU Group will have its experts on hand in the Gold Lot in booth G3749 at the CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 trade show, March 7-11, 2017, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Visitors will learn that ALLU’s unique Screener Crusher buckets not only transform waste into valuable material, but ultimately they will transform the way contractors and producers work. During the show, every 30 minutes, the world’s foremost female excavator operator will demonstrate her skill and dexterity with the ALLU D-Series Screener Crusher buckets. Demonstrations also will show off the versatility of the DL Screener buckets for compact equipment. Contractors and users will have the opportunity to talk with ALLU’s experts and understand how these versatile attachments can impact their worksite performance.
According to their motto "Everything from a single source", Swiss company Hurni AG offers earthworks and construction material as well as demolition, disposal and material recycling. Since mid 2015, a SENNEBOGEN 821 electric material handler has been used for preliminary sorting of recycling materials.
ZenRobotics Ltd. and Jiangsu LVHE Environmental Technology Co., Ltd. have agreed on cooperation on the first robotic construction and demolition waste recycling facility in China. The first units will be installed in summer 2017. The companies have also signed an exclusive partnership for the distribution of ZenRobotics Recycler, the first commercially available robotic waste sorting system, in China.
KEESTRACK, the global specialist for mobile crushing and screening equipment, is set to take CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 as a perfect opportunity to strengthen its position in the North American market and to present highly flexible solutions for contractors in the recycling and aggregates industry. International product experts at booth C33043 will focus on the latest technical innovations and provide expert information on the expanding KEESTRACK range of machines
At the beginning of 2016, Chalk River Laboratories (CRL), Ontario/Canada, which is part of Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), put into operation a Lindner Urraco 75 DK mobile shredder. The machine was supplied by Waterloo, Ontario-based Recycling Equipment Canada, Lindner America's authorized Canadian dealer. On site at the company's landfill for non-contaminated waste, which is operated by the CNL's Decommissioning & Waste Management division, the shredder is in permanent use crushing wood, plastics and light materials from demolition, renovation and new building work. On the 40 km² site with around 160 buildings, this debris occurs primarily in the form of pallets, construction timber, trees and brush, asphalt, metal containers, plastic pipes and furniture. Apart from significantly reducing the volume of the waste, the Urraco also assumes the task of preparing the wood fraction into an easily compactible bulk product that can be mixed with regular daily cover material and spread over the working face of the landfill at the end of every working day. In this way, the company complies with the regulation to cover the waste collected during the course of a day with a 150 mm thick layer of wood and soil mixture, thus mitigating the need to bring in earth especially for this purpose.
According to the Chinese horoscope, 2016 was the year of a monkey. For Finland-based ALLU (with North American operations out of New Jersey) it has been "the year of the customer". As China has increasingly promoted a more responsible and sustainable environmental policy, 2016 meant significant growth for ALLU in the Chinese market, of over 200 percent. Allu says the company's focus has been on environmental care, and by listening to its customers, the company has been able to offer the right kind of solutions. In recycling processes and for the demanding challenges that the Chinese market currently faces, for example, the importance of EHS (environment, safety and health) and its related standards are being met, as ALLU values and practices provide a strong base to respond to customer expectations.
McCloskey Washing Systems (MWS) held its first open event, at Readymix Concrete Ltd, Carlingford, Co. Louth on Thursday 3rd November 2016, highlighting their exciting new Washing and Classifying equipment for quarrying, construction and recycling applications.
Plexus Recycling Technologies has announced that Austin recycling company, Recon Services Inc. will be the first in the U.S. to install a ZenRobotics sorting line in their C&D recycling facility.
Screening and crushing industry leader McCloskey International has announced the launch of McCloskey Washing Systems (MWS), a new business division focused on washing and classifying across multiple applications. The new unit will design and manufacture a full range of mobile, modular and static material and mineral washing equipment.
Brokk has introduced the new Brokk 280. The machine features increased demolition power over its predecessor, includes the all-new Brokk SmartPower electrical system, and incorporates additional hardened parts for extra durability in tough environments. The improvements increase the reliability and versatility for Brokk customers working on harsh jobsites in industries such as construction, metal processing, mining and nuclear.