Pits & Quarries
CON-E-CO, an Oshkosh Corporation company, has introduced the LO-PRO 427CM Central Mix (CM) batch plant.
Dec. 7, 2010 – BedRock Software, LLC has announced the addition of Terex Finlay Track-Mounted equipment to its AggFlow simulation program. BedRock, working with Terex Finlay engineers has developed and introduced the complete Terex Finlay line of track mounted crushing and screening equipment.
Oct. 18, 2010, Statesville, NC – Tramac has announced the newest addition to its respected line of heavy breakers: the V4500. Distribution of the V4500 to dealers throughout the United States and Canada is already under way.
Oct. 19, 2010 – GENEQ Inc. is a well established Montreal based distributor of Testing Equipment for the Concrete Industry. Recently Geneq has launched its own Automatic Cylinder End-Grinder.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Walter's new care service The Walter Company has introduced its new national Bio-Circle care service to underscore emphasis geared to Making Green Work.
Dynapac’s new series of pneumatic rollers incorporate several new features said to enhance efficiency, serviceability, operator comfort and the end result.
In 2003, a portable sand plant made its Canadian debut at Drain Brothers Excavating Limited. The same company’s operation is again the venue for the Canadian debut of a new sand plant with double the capacity to meet rising demand.
NEW PRODUCT Titan V-18 self-unloading trailers for high wear & impact applications Titan Trailers has introduced the new V-18 aluminum V-Floor unloading system from Keith Mfg., Co.
Since their introduction some 20 years ago, Material Transfer Vehicles (MTV’s) have become common sights on asphalt paving projects. A relatively new arrival on the scene promises improved manoeuvrability and a broad application range in addition to MTV’s established benefits.
Focus on Breakers - Allied, Atlas Copco, PowerTech Canada Inc., Breaker Technology (BTI)
In our latest product round-up on hydraulic hammers, we take a look at recently introduced models for breaking oversize rock and concrete.
With fewer new roads being built, today’s roadbuilders are often involved in projects to upgrade and widen existing highways for additional passing lanes, clear zones and improved lines of sight. Where road widening involves rock removal, the challenge is deciding how best to make relatively narrow cuts in rock that is frequently steep sided, uneven and inaccessible. This roadbuilder’s solution is an excavator mounted custom drill that is delivering good productivity, good reach and safer one-man operation.
Aggregates & Roadbuilding recently had the opportunity to see a new portable tracked screen in a quarry application where its ability to separate large sizes has boosted the yield of saleable product.

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