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Frontline Machinery set to host 3rd annual Crushing & Screening Equipment Demo Day

Aerial view of Frontline Machinery Demo Day last year.
Aerial view of Frontline Machinery Demo Day last year.

On March 13th, 2019, Frontline Machinery is hosting their annual Crushing & Screening Equipment Demo Day. The largest of its kind in Canada, this special event brings together customers and stakeholders from the aggregate, C&D and civil construction industry for a live, hands-on demonstration of crushing, screening and stacking conveyor systems.

The star of the show will be the new Keestrack mobile H6e hybrid cone crusher. This high production crusher has a capacity of 400 tph with variable crushing chamber configurations processing feeds up to 215mm in size and CSS settings ranging from 6 to 44 mm. The crusher is driven by a 220 kW electric motor and all crusher functions are incorporated into the central Keestrack PLC controller, allowing for remote control operation. The optional Keestrack-er satellite-based telemonitoring documents all the key performance indicators in real-time and alerts the operator to any potential malfunctions. A 345 kW Volvo diesel engine (EU IV) with a connected 500 kVA generator supplies the onboard energy. The entire drive unit is designed as a removable module. Located remotely from the crushing plant and its abrasive environment, dust and vibration levels are reduced, maintenance accessibility is increased, and the service life of the drive unit is greatly optimized. 

Also, included in the line up is the Keestrack track-mounted R6e electric impact crusher. Offering up to 45% energy savings over diesel hydraulic models with a capacity of up to 500 tph, the R6e is available with a 250-kW electric motor for the crusher and an electric 110 kW drive for the on-board hydraulic system. It also offers an optional all-electric plug-in operation from the mains and a plug out operation for powering secondary machines such as a stacker or screener. Due to having the largest and heaviest rotor in its class, this machine is ideal for aggressive primary and secondary crushing applications including concrete and asphalt recycling and quarry applications.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: 

  • Aggregate producers
  • Quarry / pit owners
  • Demotion and crushing contractors
  • Civil constructors

 WHY ATTEND

  • See crushing and screening equipment live in action in a real-life project setting 
  • Learn about new technology advancements in crushing and screening equipment
  • Network with industry professionals
  • Eat some of the best BBQ in town! 

 
HOW TO ATTEND

  • The event is free to attend and will take place at Frontline Machinery's head office and equipment yard in Chilliwack, BC 
  • Registration details can be found by visiting: http://frontline-machinery.com
  • For more information call 1.855.625.2009 

Company info

43779 Progress Way
Chilliwack BC, BC
CA, V2R 0E6

Website:
frontline-machinery.com

Phone number:
855-298-6096

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Taunusweg 2
Munsterbilzen,
BE, B3740

Website:
keestrack.com

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