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GreyStone Offers Unibody Fine Material Washing Screw

The New Unibody Fine Material Washing Screw from Nebraska-based GreyStone Inc., can be set up quickly and consistently delivers thoroughly cleaned aggregate, saving operations time and money. Its one-piece body design features reconfigured wings that are welded to the tub, creating seamless water retention, and is fabricated out of ASTM A36 certified structural steel for superior stability while maintaining a lightweight structure.

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Knocking the Blockage Off

When working around crushing equipment, one of the safest places a person can be is in an operator’s cab. When looking at what forces operators to leave their cab, the age-old practice of manually clearing material blockages from the crusher feed inlet stands at the forefront.

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Hydraulic Breaker

The Doosan DXB260H hydraulic breaker features two-speed control of breaker frequency for improved efficiency in demanding demolition and rock-breaking applications.

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Improved Lokotrack LT106 Jaw Plant

Metso offers the improved Lokotrack LT106 jaw plant, with new features designed to deliver higher productivity at lower cost per ton. The updated LT106 is even more reliable than its predecessor, with a robust crusher drive and heavy-duty air filtration system with pre-cleaner requiring less maintenance. High-inertia flywheels mean fewer power peaks, so the engine consistently operates at optimum speed, lowering fuel consumption by as much as 25-30 percent.

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Komatsu Launches WA270-7 Wheel Loader

Komatsu America Corp. introduced the WA270-7 wheel loader. With a net horsepower of 149 hp (111 kW), the WA270-7 is powered by a Komatsu SAA6D107E-2 engine, which is EPA Tier 4 Interim and EU Stage 3B emission certified. Built upon a proven Tier 3 engine platform, Komatsu has leveraged its leadership in technology and innovation to design a more environmentally friendly engine with fuel consumption decreased by up to 10 percent, compared to the WA250-6.

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