McCloskey launches new division and products at CONEXPO
Washing Systems division a highlight for 2017 along with collection of new equipment
Screening and crushing manufacturer McCloskey International will demonstrate its continued growth with a significant increase in its presence at CONEXPO/CON-AGG 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Located in the Silver Lot at Stands S5014 and S5115, the 20,000+ sq.ft. (1858m2) space will showcase the newest products from McCloskey International, as well as serve as a launch point for the new division – McCloskey Washing Systems.
The 3200 sq.ft. hospitality and information pavilion will provide a venue for customers to meet and mingle with dealers from around the world.
A 50% increase in floor space over 2014 will allow McCloskey to showcase new products alongside the new wash plant, including stackers, screeners and crushers.
Sandstorm washplant to be displayed
CONEXPO will see the unveiling of the first Sandstorm washplant. The new MWS products on display at Silver Lot S5115 will represent McCloskey’s growing diverse range of materials and mineral washing products. The new product line- up features the much anticipated Modular Wash Plant, Sandstorm. This modular chassis-mounted scalping unit brings operators a well-proven cost-effective and durable machine in a modular all-electric format, ideal for C&D recycling applications.
“The new product launches are evidence to our ongoing commitment to providing reliable high quality and highly productive equipment that allows customers to meet today’s stringent specifications for cleaner material,” said Sean Loughran, Director, McCloskey Washing Systems.
“We are thrilled about unveiling our modular wash plant range at CONEXPO. Our engineers have been working on finalising design and specification of Sandstorm and it’s ready to be launched onto the world stage."
McCloskey Washing Systems will have a team of technical engineers on-site during the show.
Also on display will be the new SDX-130 telescoping stacker. The SDX-130 desegregates and maximizes stockpile capacity using a robust, fully automated and highly flexible CAN based control system to providing optimal control of material quality. It is capable of 700TPH in applications like aggregates.
McCloskey International will introduce a new R155 model to its lineup of industry leading screening equipment, aiming to provide maximum load flexibility and capacity to its customers. Designed to accommodate a larger variety of loaders, the R155 is able to work in a variety of sites around the world. The R155 will be dispayed feeding into the popular J50V2 jaw crusher.
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