Superior Excels from Rock Face to Loadout

Superior Industries engineers and manufactures groundbreaking, bulk material processing and handling equipment and cutting-edge machinery components. From its headquarters in Morris, Minn., the manufacturing firm supplies bulk crushing, screening, washing and conveying systems for industries including construction aggregates, mining, bulk terminals, agriculture, power and biomass. In addition to its home plant in Minnesota, the 50-year-old Superior operates from additional facilities in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan and Nebraska; New Brunswick, Canada; and three locations in Brazil to serve South American markets.

Read More

HITACHI ZX890LC-6 EXCAVATOR EXCELS IN THE QUARRY

Larger excavators are increasing in popularity as the focus turns to cost per ton. The 186,070- to 192,464-lb (84,400- to 87,300-kg) Hitachi ZX890LC-6 fills this need for a larger excavator to optimize production and offers the advanced technology you need to manage operations. Over the past decade, the typical size of excavators used in quarries has continued to grow as…

Read More

The Big, Small and Complicated – L&H Industrial’s Comprehensive Solutions

Built specifically to handle mineral processing equipment, L&H Industrial’s Tempe, AZ operation offers Design & Engineering, Manufacturing & Repair, and Field Services for Aggregate operations. With over 50 years of experience building solutions for the biggest machines on earth, there is not much they cannot support. So when a dolomitic limestone quarry in Oklahoma producing 3-million tons of raw throughput…

Read More

HITACHI ZW370-6 BUILT FOR THE QUARRY

With an operating weight of 73,789 lb (33,470 kg) and a bucket capacity of 7.3 yd3 (5.6m3), the Hitachi ZW370-6 wheel loader is a nimble machine, capable of feeding crushers or screeners, stockpiling, loading and handling a variety of other tasks in the quarry. Designed to handle heavy rock material, the ZW370-6 offers a breakout force of 51,931 lbf (231…

Read More

Mastering Stratification to Increase Productivity

Increased Stratification Leads To A Greater Quantity Of Fine Material Passing Through The Open Area Of The Screen Media, Increasing The Effective Capacity Of The Machine. By Matthew Armstrong Aggregate and mining producers are likely familiar with the concept of stratification, a natural phenomenon vital to their material screening productivity. Stratification is the process by which vibration in a bed…

Read More

Recycling Asphalt Waste A Solution To Material Shortages

Managing And Procuring Materials In The Construction Industry Is Rapidly Becoming A Concern, Due To Material Shortages And Rising Costs.  The tasks behind maintaining roads involve removing the old asphalt and laying down a new layer. Recycling old materials requires time to crush everything down to usable size. Now, the question is: how do you speed up this process?  In…

Read More

McLanahan Builds Its Largest Primary Impact Crusher

The New Holland Style Impactor Weighs More Than 200,000 lb. and Can Handle Up To 3,500 TPH Of Quarry Shot Rock. McLanahan Corp. has built and shipped the largest primary impact crusher it has ever manufactured – a New Holland style impactor weighing more than 200,000 lb. The impactor has a 74-in. wide by 125-ft. tall feed opening and can…

Read More

The Labor Shortage

Examining The What, Why And How Behind An Ever-Growing Problem. By the Association of Equipment Manufacturers “It feels like a perfect storm… A hurricane and a tornado, all rolled up into one.” Dr. Rachel Sederberg didn’t mince words when describing the seriousness of the labor shortage in the United States. It’s long been a problem, and now it’s getting (much)…

Read More
1 2 3 19