Issue 03/2010

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EDITORIAL

News

Dear Readers,   This issue of AT INTERNATIONAL is closely oriented to the bauma 2010,  scheduled to take place in Munich from 19th to 25th April. Make...

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TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS

NEWS

JÖST GmbH + Co. KG

JÖST GmbH + Co. KG has specialized in the handling of bulk materials through vibration technology. Today our machines and and systems for conveying,...

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HAZEMAG & EPR GmbH

HAZEMAG & EPR GmbH in Dülmen introduces the HAZEMAG VARIOwobbler®, which represents a new generation of wobbler feeders for pre-screening operations...

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HAVER & BOECKER

The demands of the iron ore producers in Brazil were the primary impetus that propelled HAVER & BOECKER to become more intensively involved as a...

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Ammann Schweiz AG

The Ammann stand on 4000 m2 will once again be among the highlights at the bauma 2010 for customers in the field of road construction. Ammann‘s...

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BHS-Sonthofen GmbH

The BHS vertical shaft impact crushers and mills are operating to the great satisfaction of many aggregate producers worldwide in order to improve the...

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CDE Ireland Ltd

CDE Global, the Northern Irish manufacturers of washing equipment for the quarrying, mining and recycling industries will present at bauma 2010 the...

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Derrick Corporation

Achieving production rates of 300 tph, per machine, our new proven technology delivers production sands (concrete, asphalt, mason etc.) to a superior...

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Doosan Infracore Europe S.A.

The new DX700LC, which is the largest in the range of Doosan crawler excavators, is designed and built to meet the needs of heavy duty mining and...

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dsb Maschinenbau GmbH

Dsb Innocrush from Linz presents at bauma 2010 the jaw crusher Innocrush 30! This new revised version combines proven technology and innovative...

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Terex Corporation

Terex Corporation is planning to exhibit more than 50 machines at the bauma 2010. Visitors will see new ­ product launches, significant equipment ­...

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TABE

Tabe presents the new hydraulic breaker AGB-40. The manufacture of this breaker followed a series of tests carried out by TABE in conjunction with...

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SSAB Swedish Steel AB

Hardox wear plate, Weldox high-strength structural steel plate Toolox pre-hardened tool and machine steel are available up to a plate thickness of 160...

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SBM Mineral Processing GmbH

At bauma 2010 SBM presents the new 13/16/4 RHSMK-3 impact crusher with fully hydraulic impact apron adjustment. This model reflects the product...

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RULMECA GROUP

At Bauma 2010 Rulmeca will display the complete range of Idlers/rollers and Motorized Pulleys: special focus will be given to the widened range of...

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RUBBLE MASTER HMH GmbH

One example of the innovations of RUBBLE MASTER HMH GmbH is the RUBBLE MASTER GO! principle, designed especially for newcomers to recycling. With the...

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REMA TIP TOP GmbH

Cost-effective operation and the reduction of unplanned downtime are becoming more and more important. Indeed, these features secure competitive...

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Putzmeister Solid Pumps GmbH

With the HSP 25150 SP, Putzmeister Solid Pumps GmbH (PSP), a member of the Putzmeister Group, presents a particularly high-pressure resistant,...

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Pilot Crushtec (SA) (Pty) Ltd.

Twister VSI crushers of the South African based Pilot Crushtec use two variations of crushing. The first involves vertical shaft impact crushing, with...

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PFREUNDT GmbH

The new Pfreundt p-series wheel loader scales extend the range, adding to the WK50 series models that have been tested and proven in over 10 000...

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MB S.p.A.

The new design of the jaw crusher shovel is more resistant and is distinguished by smaller dimensions enabling quicker movements and a higher velocity...

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Sandvik AB

At the bauma 2010 Sandvik Mining and Construction Mobile Crushers and Screeners will launch the QI240 tracked impact crusher, that has been purpose...

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Enerpac BV

The PLC controlled Enerpac Synchronous Lifting system was used by Hydraulic and Pneumatic Pty Ltd of Morwell in conjunction with Plant Performance...

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Fliegl Fahrzeugbau GmbH

Above all sloping land, low buildings, tunnels, underground operations and in particular sticky and damp materials as well as heavy goods loads all...

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Kiesel GmbH

Hitachi Construction Machinery Europe NV (HCME) expanded its popular range of wheeled loaders by the three new types ZW330, ZW370 and ZW550. These...

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Kleemann GmbH

The new material flow concept of Kleemann GmbH consistently prevents narrowing of the material stream, and the system widths of the conveyor elements...

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FOLLOW-UPS

FOCUS INDUSTRY

Difficult to separate from low-gravity materials?

Since the beginning of 2007, with his company Soil-Tec Mineralstoffe GmbH & Co. KG, Sven Wendt has been operating a mobile building rubble processing plant in Dusseldorf-Heerdt (Fig. 1). The focus of Soil-Tec’s activities is both the cost-efficient processing of excavated earth (mainly contaminant class II) and the processing of all building materials of mineral origin to a certified secondary resource. The material delivered is heavily contaminated with impurities – often lightweight materials such as wood or polystyrene – well, with everything that “floats and flies”. In his machine park, Wendt relies on mobile equipment as he not only operates on his own company site, but can travel to other sites when required. When he has some free capacity, he also has the possibility of temporarily hiring out equipment. A small mobile impact crusher from the start-up phase was replaced after just around 1.5 years with a track-mobile Lokotrack LT1110 from Metso Minerals with approx. 50  % higher capacity, larger rotor diameter and much larger feed inlet. With...

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Superior abrasion resistance

Linatex introduces its newly-designed and reengineered Valve Product Range which combines custom-engineering with the superior abrasion resistance of...

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Mobile, compact and robust

At the beginning of January 2010, the re-engineered Innocrush 30 was handed over to Michetschläger, a company based in Eberstalzell (Fig.). The...

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