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All of our videos are made in house and are of real applications in Illinois and the Midwest. These videos represent the actual machines in our inventory achieving results for customers all around the area! Visit our YouTube and Facebook pages for more:
Limestone Crushing at two sites, side by side.
Powerscreen HL75 Feeder Stockpiler in Asphalt Millings
Recycling Concrete to CA1, CA7, CA16, and FA6
This video features our Premiertrak R400, Trakpactor 320SR, Chieftain 1700, Chieftain 2100, and three MGL stackers. We are using this equipment to make a variety of Illinois state spec materials.
Demolition Concrete Recycled to 100% CA6
In this video, we are using the Premiertrak R400, Trakpactor 320, Chieftain 1400, and CT65 to make Illinois state spec CA6.
Concrete Road Recycling back to Road Base
Rinsing limestone chips to meet state spec
Compost Turning and Stacking
Demolition Concrete Recycled to CA1 and CA6
Our Premiertrak 400, Chieftain 1400, and two MGL conveyors are making CA1 and CA6 from demolition concrete.
Check out our Chieftain 2100 screening aglime to 3/8" x 1mm and 1mm minus. Our Chieftain 1700 later in the video is screening aglime to 5mm minus.
This video features a good example of a fully refurbished Chieftain 1800 that we did in house. It is now at its new home where it screens road salt into various products.
Shredding and Screening C&D Waste
Our Terex Ecotec TDS820 shreds construction and demolition waste in this video. The Warrior 2100 then sorts the overs, mediums, and fines for volume reduction and recycling.
The Evoquip Cobra and Warrior 800 crushes and screens bricks into usable landscaping products.
Reclaiming Scrap and ASR Waste
In this video we use the Warrior 1400 and Chieftain 1400 to reclaim scrap and remove metallic fines for recycling.
We are screening oversize contaminants out of coal for a power plant in this video. The fines are then stockpiled by the Evoquip TC65.
No Stone Left Unturned
Check out our latest YouTube Channel taking you behind the scenes on the job sites. We want to give some insight to the recycling and materials handling processes to those that do not get a chance to be up close and personal with our machines. Stay tuned for new episodes and applications!