The Wirtgen WRC 240(i) breaks coarse rocks in-situ, as found in hand-packed pavement layers (e.g. Telford bases) or stony soils, and produces a homogeneous mix in a continuous process.
Visitors are encouraged to visit Montabert in the West Hall, booth #W42229, during ConExpo-Con/AGG, March 14 to 18, 2023, in Las Vegas to learn about new developments in rock breaking and demolition tools.
Dan Powell, owner of CHDS (Concrete, Horticulture, Dirt and Stone) headquartered in Wheeling, Ill., is used to hard work.
Larsen Dirtworks LLC of Foreston, Minn., knows its stuff when it comes to crushing rock. EvoQuip customers for a few years now, it is an expert in the industry and prides itself in helping customers run smooth and lucrative operations.
Caterpillar's new generation of primary and secondary pulverizers deliver up to 52 percent faster cycle times, producing more tons-per-liter of fuel burned.
Stanley Infrastructure, a partner for industrial tools and attachments, announced that LaBounty launched an all-new line of MHP mobile hydraulic pulverizers.
If you have ever driven eastbound on the Massachusetts Turnpike by the Lee, Mass., exit you cannot help but miss a quarry of nearly perfect white rock.
Fecon's FRS15 is the latest addition to the company's lineup of attachments for 16 to 24 ton (14.5 to 22 t) excavators.
Genesis Attachments has four new XT Mobile Shear models, increasing the line to eight. The new GXT 445 and GXT 775 straight and rotator models join the GXT 555 and GXT 665 models introduced in April 2013.
Genesis Attachments’ XT mobile shears is designed to process scrap more efficiently and fit on smaller carriers, reducing initial acquisition investments and hourly energy consumption costs, according to the manufacturer.