Tag: crush

To deform, pulverize, or force inwards by compressing forcefully

Indeco North America Releases New Product Lines at CONEXPO 2017

Indeco North America Releases New Product Lines at CONEXPO 2017

MILFORD, CT, March 1, 2017 – Continuing its “smart-growth” strategy of identifying, evaluating and delivering new product innovations that provide quantifiable business value to the construction and demolition industries, Indeco North America, a leading provider of hydraulic breakers, compactors, steel shears, crushers, grabs and pedestal booms for demanding demolition, mining,

Selecting a Soil Compactor

Selecting a Soil Compactor

Choosing the right size compactor is critical to every compaction project, points out Tim Hoffman, rollers product manager for the Atlas Copco road construction equipment division. “Using one that’s too heavy or too light can have a huge impact on productivity and costs,” he adds. “If it doesn’t have enough

Tools for Compaction

Tools for Compaction

Soil compaction is the removal of air voids from soil by applied force in such a way that it conditions or compacts soil beneath or next to the construction, resulting in a denser soil with the ability to hold greater weight, points out Fred Paul, Wacker Neuson sales engineer and application manager.

Air voids are

Material Separation Practices/Equipment

Material Separation Practices/Equipment

Steven Viny, CEO of Envision Waste Services in Cleveland, OH, regards it as such: “We’re always going to need landfills. There’s a time and a place for a single-stream MRF [Material Recovery Facility]. There’s a time and a place for a waste-to-energy unit. There’s a time and a place for

Tools for Compaction

Tools for Compaction

Soil compaction is the removal of air voids from soil by applied force in such a way that it conditions or compacts soil beneath or next to the construction, resulting in a denser soil with the ability to hold greater weight, points out Fred Paul, Wacker Neuson sales engineer and application manager.

Air voids are

The Mechanics of Waste Compaction

The Mechanics of Waste Compaction

Many landfill managers believe there is a simple formula for achieving maximum landfill compaction density: A + B = C And it sounds pretty straightforward. Given: A-Achieving optimum waste compaction is a cornerstone of proper landfill operation. True B-Buying a steel-wheeled landfill compactor is the industry-accepted means of achieving optimum

Material Separation Practices/Equipment

Material Separation Practices/Equipment

Steven Viny, CEO of Envision Waste Services in Cleveland, OH, regards it as such: “We’re always going to need landfills. There’s a time and a place for a single-stream MRF [Material Recovery Facility]. There’s a time and a place for a waste-to-energy unit. There’s a time and a place for

DICA Sponsors Crane Operator Championship

DICA Sponsors Crane Operator Championship

Oct. 13, 2015 (Guthrie Center, Iowa) DICA Outrigger Pads congratulates Kenneth Bowyer of All Crane Rental, who was named the Champion Crane Operator at a competition held last month at the International Construction & Utility Expo in Louisville, Ky.

While Bowyer did all the hard work of displaying load handling precision

Tools for Trenching in OSHA’s Soil Types

Tools for Trenching in OSHA’s Soil Types

When trenching and using shoring, Mitch Post, Mabey Inc.’s training and development manager says that soil type only matters to a point. “One common mistake contractors make is placing too much emphasis on that soil typing. If you look strictly at the OSHA definition of what types of soil and

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