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More from Rock to Road | Roads and Paving | Events May 31, 2013
Aggregates and Roadbuilding becomes Rock to Road
Aggregates and Roadbuilding magazine unveiled their new look, brand and logo today, officially changing the magazine to Rock to Road. The launch of the new brand includes a complete re-design of the magazine, as well as a new logo design to reflect the new name.
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W.S. Tyler W.S. Tyler expands with new facility
W.S. Tyler opened a new sales and service center in Chilliwack, B.C. so it can focus on promoting its double-eccentric F-Class vibrating screen and Pro-Deck screen optimization services. The new plant will also serve aggregate, mining, industrial mineral producers and other industry professionals around North America.
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Future of Ontario’s roads
Road builders in Ontario were busy last year with nearly $2.4 billion spent on highway construction. According to officials from the Ministry of Transportation, that level of work is likely to be sustained by work needed on the already constructed road infrastructure. Even with the current funding being provided by the provincial government, there is still a shortfall to fix the highway network already in place.
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Turning cement into metal
Scientists have found out how to turn liquid cement into liquid metal – making the cement a semi-conductor and bringing it into the electronics marketplace as thin films, protective coatings, and computer chips. The metallic-glass material it creates has a resistance to corrosion, is less brittle then traditional glass and is easy to process and mold.
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Terex New inclined screen from Terex
The new Terex Finlay 684 is a fully self-contained 2-deck inclined screen that can be hydraulically folded and ready for transport in less than 30 minutes. The machine is designed for working in quarrying, mining, construction and many other aggregate applications, and comes fitted with a 42” variable speed belt feeder.
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