Impact crushers have broad appeal across various sectors and for good reasons. Our panel of experts provides insight as to why this is, plus information on the dynamic market for impact crushers in Canada, their applications and advantages, customization and options, as well as what to consider when buying an impact crusher.
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In 1996 Kees Hoogendoorn and his wife Annet Schoenmaker started Keestrack with an ambitious vision: to build the world's first direct feed scalper.
After we started a trading business in construction equipment in 1988 we moved on into the crushing & screening business resulting in the idea of the direct feed scalper. We decided to build our own screen in 1996. Soon afterwards Kees went on to develop the mobile impact crusher and, after acquiring OM in 2010, added a full range of jaw crushers to the Keestrack product range. Today direct feed scalpers are the industry standard, with Keestrack proudly leading the way in mobile screening and crushing equipment.
We're still 100% privately owned and managed by the Hoogendoorn family, with the idea of family at the heart of everything we do. We support each other as we strive to continually improve our products, creating an atmosphere that clients recognize and appreciate. The result gives us an unshakable belief in Keestrack and our ability to succeed.
Building superiour crushers and screeners will continue to be the goal at Keestrack, where we have started with inventing the world's first direct feed screen on tracks.
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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.
In March 2018 Keestrack, the Belgium-based specialist in mobile processing technology, signed a dealership agreement with JCE Co, Ltd. based in Kanagawa near Tokyo. JCE now distributes Keestrack's whole range of tracked mobile crushers and screens and provides full customer service through its nationwide aftersales network.
Mobile, track-mounted impact crushing plants are the most common type of crusher used in a range of recycling and construction applications, including C&D, concrete and asphalt recycling. Today's compact, low-weight, highly mobile plants are easy to transport, offer fast loading and short setup times, and are ideal for operation in urban environments, roadside, on construction sites and at the recycling yard.
Keestrack, the international specialist for mobile processing, presented the revolutionary mobile cone crusher Keestrack H4e at Hillhead 2018. Making its UK debut, the highly compact plant with optional integrated pre-screen and 3-deck hanging screen has been displayed as fully hybrid electric version, offering important energy savings in productive secondary or tertiary crushing.
Keestrack will unveil a new design for its track-mounted impact crusher unit R3 / R3e at Intermat (Stand No.: 5A H098). Thanks to its compact transport and operational dimensions, the 30-tonne model offers all advantages of the diesel-electric hybrid concept, which Keestrack is implementing as an efficient alternative drive system in more and more product ranges of its mobile crushing and screening plants.
On March 13, Frontline Machinery hosted their annual Keestrack Canadian Demo Day at their Western Canadian head office in Chilliwack, B.C. Heavy Equipment Guide and Recycling Product News were on site at the event which brought together customers and stakeholders from the aggregate and recycling industry for a live, hands-on demonstration of crushing, screening and stacking conveyor systems.
On March 13th, 2018, Frontline Machinery, in partnership with Keestrack, will host their annual Canadian Demo Day. This special event brings together customers and stakeholders from the aggregate and recycling industries for a live, hands-on demonstration of crushing, screening and stacking conveyor systems.
Keestrack will unveil a new innovation at Intermat, in Paris, this spring: a new modern design for its R3 / R3e track-mounted impact crusher. Thanks to its compact transport and operational dimensions, the 30 tonne model offers all advantages of the mature diesel electric hybrid concept, which Keestrack is implementing as an efficient alternative drive system in more and more product ranges of its highly mobile crusher and screening plants.
Key factors to consider when buying a new tracked jaw crusher
Buyers considering their options when it comes to tracked jaw crushers have a number of factors in mind as they conduct their search. For many of them, the decision comes down to how the machine performs in terms of cost and efficiency, the reliability of the unit, and the strength of dealer support for each particular model.
Similar to the Keestrack H4e introduced in 2016, the new 62-tonne fully hybrid H6e cone crusher combines Keestrack's crushing technology with an innovative diesel-electric drive concept, enabling full flexibility at maximum cost efficiency.
In its drive to reduce costs through the electrification of its track-mounted processing units, Keestrack is currently concentrating on hybrid crushing technology. Following the launch of its fully hybrid H4 cone crushers and B4e jaw crushers, Keestrack is now introducing the R5e hybrid impact crusher unit, designed to guarantee full capacity at low power consumption costs with the aid of a directly driven 350 t/h crusher and electrical transport and screen components.
At the MATEXPO in Belgium Keestrack presented the diesel electric B3e jaw crusher, a hybrid variant of its successful model deployed on building sites and recycling. All specific advantages of the track-mounted 30-tonne machine are preserved - budget-conscious operators can now benefit from lower maintenance costs and the opportunities for operating subsequently connected units cost-effectively.
Southern Coring & Cutting Services (SCCS) knows concrete work - after all, the Regina company has been in the concrete business for more than four decades. It has always had an expertise in the cutting, coring and demolition side of the industry, and has developed a long list of residential and commercial clients.