Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
MAY 8, 2020
Photo: Tom Kuennen
H.I. Stone & Son utilizing new spread that enhances its mobility
With tremendous flexibility built into its new spread, Connecticut’s H.I. Stone & Son has the ability to move its three portable units where needed in a matter of hours. Find out more about the equipment included in its new spread.
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The latest equipment innovations from thyssenkrupp
A hard rock crusher and a reversible impact crusher are brand new from the company, which featured equipment at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020. Learn more about the features each crusher offers.
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Anaconda introduces jaw, impact crushing plants
Anaconda Equipment added the J12 jaw crusher and the I12 impact crusher featuring McLanahan Corp.’s Universal crushers to its product line. Find out more about the new machines, which are a result of Anaconda and McLanahan joining forces.
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Terex MPS offers self-contained crushing, screening solution
EvoQuip crusher incorporates diesel-electric drive tech
P&Q University Lesson 7: Crushing & Secondary Breaking
P&Q file photo  
The main photo shows the crushing plant at Ohio’s Colgan Limestone Products Co. housing the Jeffery hammer pulverizer, pictured on top. With an automatic feed, the Jeffery hammer pulverizer crushed material to a fineness of 40 percent to pass through a 100-mesh screen. Click to enlarge.
P&Q file photo
In this photo, three 48 FC gyrasphere crushers with air-to-oil cooling systems, hydraulic unlock and hydraulic rotate adjustments work at Pennsylvania-based New Hope Crushed Stone and Lime Co. in November 1968. Click to enlarge.
Photos: P&Q archive (left), Smith Engineering
Evaluating the pandemic’s impact on producers
P&Q asked aggregate producers a series of survey questions about the coronavirus pandemic’s effects on their businesses. The results are mixed, but a number of trends emerge.
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Navigating the new normal, P&Q’s May issue and more
We want to be real with you through the coronavirus pandemic, first and foremost, but we also want to look at the positives when we can and present solutions, writes P&Q’s Kevin Yanik.
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