Crushers can be used to crush a huge selection of materials, covering a wide range of applications, from recycling to natural stone. Often the crusher is fed with a high proportion of fine material, which unnecessarily passes through the crushing process, increasing wear and energy consumption while reducing throughput.
Ecomondo and Key Energy are two expositions dedicated to the circular bioeconomy and renewable energy sectors; they will once again be held ‘live’ in October of this year following the 2020 digital edition.
Mecalac has unveiled a new boom configuration for its 6MCR crawler skid excavator and 7MWR wheeled excavator. The two piece boom with offset is designed for traditional applications, such as excavation work and truck loading.
NADECO (the Italian National Association of Demolition and Circular Economy for Construction) was created through the merger of NAD (National Demolition Association), and AIDECO, thus bringing together the largest Italian organisations operating in the deconstruction chain.
As effective dust control continues to gain importance across a wide range of industries, new BossTek equipment design has been engineered to provide improved mobility and performance, delivering effective particle suppression for new and existing applications.
The popular Tana 440 shredders have been further improved in response to feedback from customers and dealers. The first new model of the 440 series is the Tana 440DTeco shredder which is said to be even more versatile, more productive and easier to use.
Conjet, the Swedish manufacturer of hydrodemolition equipment, has recently set up its first US subsidiary. The company has hired Stephen Sistrunk to serve as the CEO and Rick Larsson as its national accounts manager for the US operation.
NADECO, the National Association for Demolition and Circular Economy in Construction, is the name of the new association created after the successful merger of the Italian Association for Demolition and the Italian Association for Controlled Demolition.