Crushers


EvoQuip Celebrates Five Years of Crushing It →

EvoQuip, a compact crushing and screening brand with products that focus on simplicity, easy maintenance, fuel efficiency and ease of transport, recently celebrated five successful years in business via a virtual hour-long celebration attended by almost 100 distributors around the world. Launched in 2016 to bring a simplified range of equipment to the crushing and screening industry, EvoQuip has grown from strength to strength to become one of the top three compact crushing and screening brands in the world.  Click for more...


Zekovic Company Purchases Second Rockster R900 Impact Crusher →

Zekovic Company, located in a small town of Ċ½abljak, in a mountainous north-western part of Montenegro, has purchased a second Rockster R900 impact crusher. "Due to our business expansion, there has been a need for a second crusher. It was an easy decision to invest in another Rockster. Since 2009, our long-lasting relationship is more like family than business, plus the R900 is our ideal machine and does exactly what we need," the company said.  Click for more...


Rubble Master Showcases RM 120X Impact Mobile Crusher →

Rubble Master showcased the latest RM 120X mobile impact crusher to Texas contractors and aggregate producers during its Demo Day June 10 and 11. Over the course of two days, Rubble Master welcomed more than 100 visitors to see the brand-new RM 120X mobile impact crusher firsthand. According to Jackson McAdam, managing director of Rubble Master Americas Corp, "This was a great opportunity to show local contractors our full product offering and support capabilities in the Texas market.  Click for more...


Metso Outotec Launches Integrated Planet Positive High-Capacity In-Pit Crush & Convey Solutions →

Mining operations are impacted by declining head grades. More material needs to be moved from greater depths to maintain concentrated production levels. This affects productivity and energy consumption, which directly correlates to the mine's profitability and sustainability. To better meet these challenges, Metso Outotec is launching in-pit crush and convey (IPCC) solutions. The integrated solutions consist of crushing, conveying and stacking equipment combined with IPCC planning and lifecycle services.  Click for more...


Rubble Master to Host Crushing, Screening Demo Days →

Following the opening of the new Texas factory store, Rubble Master is inviting contractors and aggregate producers to a live demonstration of its equipment on June 10 to 11 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Rubble Master Demo Days take place south of Dallas, Texas, at 2852 W Simonds Rd., Seagoville, Texas, 75159. At this event Rubble Master will introduce the brand new RM 120X mobile impact crusher featuring the all-new RM NEXT philosophy.  Click for more...


VIDEO: Power Meets Portability in McCloskey I4C Compact Impact Crusher →

McCloskey International has unveiled the I4C, the latest entry into McCloskey's impact crusher line. In a class of its own, it brings the power and productivity of an 44.3 in. (112.5 cm) impactor to a compact footprint for maximum maneuverability. Taking the original impact crusher design and transforming it into a heavy duty compact product that is even more flexible and productive, the new mobile crushers maximize the efficiency of any project site, according to the manufacturer.  Click for more...


Metso Outotec Launches Nordtrack Mobile Screen, Crusher for Construction Customers →

Metso Outotec is adding two new products to its Nordtrack mobile crushing and screening range. The Nordtrack S2.5 mobile screen is a small size, versatile scalping screen designed for small job sites and a variety of applications. With a compact and light-weight structure, a highly efficient two-deck screen, and a wide selection of different screening media, it is the perfect solution for construction contractors with frequent changes in site locations or simply as a rental unit, according to the manufacturer.  Click for more...


Rockster Impactor Contributes to Sustainability of Hawaiian Paradise →

After a long cruise over the Atlantic Ocean through the Panama Canal, and across the Pacific, Rockster's mobile impact crusher R700S reached Hawaii — more precisely the island of Oahu. Arist de Wolff and his team of 25 motivated employees were very excited about the arrival of their brand new Austrian crushing plant. Alakona Corp., founded in 1982 by de Wolff's father Mervyn de Wolff, is an asphalt paving and paving maintenance contracting firm, situated in the Hawaiian capital, Honolulu.  Click for more...


VIDEO: Astec KPI-JCI Plant Offers Cost-Saving Solution for Quarry →

Pana Limestone Company, founded in 1969 by St. Louis Slag Co., is a quarry operation that produces rock for concrete companies, asphalt and local roads. It was operated by several owners over the years, before being purchased in 2003 by Truman L. Flatt & Sons of Springfield, Ill., a road contractor that was looking for a way to vertically integrate its road company. "We primarily are an A-quality quarry, which means that our products here are usable in concrete and asphalt," said Jason Loxley, equipment manager of Truman L.  Click for more...


McCloskey System Offers Solution for Barton Malow Project →

When Maverick Environmental Equipment's Tim Smith received a call from Kurt Kremer of the Barton Malow Company regarding site work for the new Ultium Cells LLC facility in Lordstown, Ohio, he was quick to react. Within an hour, he was on site reviewing the work required to construct the new $2.3 billion battery cell manufacturing plant located on 158 acres immediately east of a former GM assembly plant.  Click for more...


Metso Outotec Expands Mobile, Stationary Crushing Systems Range →

Metso Outotec is complementing its line of mobile and modular stationary crushing solutions with a sizer option specially designed for soft ore and aggregate applications. The new additions to Metso Outotec's mobile Lokotrack product line are equipped with Komatsu's sizer technology, and are available in five models ranging from 500 to 4,500 tons per hour. Metso Outotec's recently launched modular FITTM crushing stations also are available with sizer configurations.  Click for more...


Mission Impossible? Not for Everyone →

How to save thousands of dollars while developing 5,592 mi. of land, how to demolish a 16 floor building, how to fly a crusher in an helicopter: these are the most amazing jobs completed in 2020, and MB Crusher units were used to overcome obstacles on the job site. When its customers come up with ingenious idea, MB likes to share it with everyone else. Not only that: this year MB Crusher has decided to select the most outstanding testimonials from job site all over the world, to blast them on its social media pages.  Click for more...


Metso Outotec Launches Compact Large-Capacity Primary Crusher →

Metso Outotec is launching an extension to its primary gyratory crusher range: the Superior MKIII 6275UG. The new crusher, which can be used in different types of applications, provides large capacity with significant savings in CAPEX and operating costs, according to the manufacturer. "We are very excited about the Superior MKIII 6275UG. As a direct response to the market demand, we've designed a more compact primary gyratory crusher reducing CAPEX that is applicable to both underground and above ground applications for the mining industry.  Click for more...


Powerscreen Provides Optimal Solution for Kentucky Quarry →

As one of Kentucky's leading suppliers of Ag lime, crushed stone, aggregate and gravel, the Allen Company has been serving Clark, Fayette, Woodford, Jessamine, Garrard, Lincoln, Boyle, Jackson and Madison counties since opening its Boonesboro Quarry in 1939. In 1966, a second quarry was added in Lexington followed by the acquisition of its Clover Bottom Quarry in 2004. While the quarry's limestone supplies the area's construction projects, it also is essential to the Allen Company's five asphalt plant operations within the region.  Click for more...


Rockster R1000S Increases Bavarian Company's Flexibility →

In early 2020, Anton Sedlmaier GmbH, from Starnberg in Bavaria, decided to purchase the 33 ton (30-t) Rockster R1000S impact crusher. The first location is a large-scale project in the center of Tutzing, where a 6-story Roche Group company building was razed to the ground. With a team of 30 people and 50 years of history, Anton Sedlmaier GmbH is a well-known address for any demolition and earthwork projects in the area of Starnberg and Munich.  Click for more...


Sandvik Selects VCES as New Member of Distribtor Network →

Volvo Construction Equipment Services will be supplying Sandvik's comprehensive range of mobile crushing and screening equipment and full aftermarket support for customers in the state located north of the San Bernardino line. With more than 30 years of expertise, four locations positioned north of the San Bernardino line and with more than 75 service personal and 14 salespersons, Volvo Construction Equipment & Services (VCES) is the new member of the Sandvik distributor network in the USA.  Click for more...


Jersey's Stilo Paving & Excavating Makes Material Screening, Crushing Big Focus →

From Construction Equipment Guide... Although in business for more than 30 years, New Jersey's Stilo Paving & Excavating still maintains a youthful, vibrant glow. Much of that is due to the owners, Bob and Patricia Stilo, keeping it a family-owned company, with two of their children heavily involved in its management. Son Bobby Stilo serves as the director of engineering, while daughter, Julie Stilo is director of finance. But, Stilo Paving & Excavating also improves itself constantly by keeping an eye out for innovative new equipment it believes will add to its bottom line.  Click for more...


Five Unique Applications for MB Crusher Machines →

Some of the most innovative construction sites use MB Crusher machines to facilitate the work and increase business, according to the company. "If you think of construction work as easy, let us tell you that you are wrong," the company said, adding that at almost any stage of the job, difficulties can arise. And every problem must be solved quickly and without incurring additional expenses. Everyone solves difficulties in their own way, either with the machinery they already own or by adopting new processes that not only solve their problems but allows them to generate revenue.  Click for more...


IROCK Crushers Expand Territory to Houston, Dallas →

IROCK Crushers has recently expanded the territory of their dealer, IPE Aggregate, into Dallas and Houston. IPE Aggregate had most recently represented IROCK in parts of Texas and Mexico. IPE Aggregate has been serving the aggregate, construction and mining industry for over 18 years and is headquartered in McAllen. IPE and IROCK started their relationship in 2013 to sell and rent the IROCK line of mobile and portable crushing plants, screening plants and conveying equipment as well as provide parts and service to customers in the southwest.  Click for more...


Equip Sales Helps Mjolnir Construction Demolish Obstacles →

Sometimes the best way to get things done is to do them yourself. Mjolnir Construction, a Glastonbury, Conn., company that handles commercial and residential demolition, utility, water and sewer work, was finding more and more of its jobs required it to recycle construction materials. This presented owner Thor Norgaard with two options: either paying to have the materials hauled off site or paying a portable crushing firm to come in and process the materials on site.  Click for more...



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