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Belt Tracking - Flexco

Flexco introduces the PT Smart Belt Trainer, developed to further enhance its line of belt-tracking products. The PT Smart will join the Belt Positioner and the innovative heavy-duty PT Max Belt Trainer as an option for “medium-duty” tensioned belts. The economical and versatile PT Smart works with both mechanical and vulcanized belts, is made of durable materials, and is easy-to-install. 

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Hydraulic Breaker - Doosan

The Doosan DXB170H hydraulic breaker features nitrogen gas-assisted operation for improved efficiency in demanding demolition and rock-breaking applications.  The 3,572-lb. DXB170H delivers up to 600 blows per minute and is designed for use with excavators in the popular 18- to 28-metric-ton weight range.

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Cone Crusher - FL Smidth Pekin

The Raptor XL500 Cone Crusher, from FLSmidth Pekin (formerly FLSmidth Excel), joins the Raptor line as a high-performance, cost-effective solution for aggregate operations of all sizes. This 500-hp machine provides excellent secondary crushing capabilities due to its large feed opening, high-pivot-point crushing action and wide crushing stroke.

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Overland Conveying System - Superior Ind

The Trailblazer Portable Groundline Conveyor from Superior Industries is a new first-of-its-kind overland conveying system. This highly mobile 500-ft., fully-belted and assembled groundline conveyor is easily towable from site to site, allowing rapid deployment from the road to working status in just about an hour.

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Drill - Atlas Copco

Atlas Copco’s futuristic ROC X1, introduced in the Chinese market earlier this year, is designed to serve proactive consumers preparing for tomorrow’s drilling demands, the company said. The display model features environmentally friendly gains in mobility and productivity.  The modernized surface crawler’s design comes packed with solutions that anticipate the trend toward jobs requiring extended periods of continuous operation in and near urban environments. The rig is engineered for  high productivity with the endurance necessary for such jobs at greatly decreased noise levels. The ROC X1 joins the Atlas Copco line of equipment focused on stability, maneuverability and safety in quarrying and contracting work; achieving the lowest cost-per-ton of rock removed; and accurate, reliably straight drilling, according to the company.