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JUN 2018

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30 • ROCK products • June 2018 www.rockproducts.com Screening The modular systems feature bolt-to- gether design for simple installation, smaller site footprint and easy access for maintenance compared to normal, stick-built systems. These systems are available in 150 to 500 tph system configurations to meet current produc- tion needs and allow for incremental growth. The cost-effective modules are easily transported in standard shipping con- tainers or flatbed trailers for quick reassembly. www.kpijci.com Masaba Masaba's Maximum Series Portable Plants combine maximum tph and maximum portability to give maximum profit. Process materials wherever the opportunity exists with Masaba porta- ble plants. Masaba's plants require minimal mobi- lization time, are fast to deploy and fast to tear down. Masaba's extensive dealer network will work with the customer to create a completely customizable plant to fit their needs, and can design to meet an area's DOT laws. Wheeled plants allow utilization of the largest crushing and screening units available. Masaba Maximum Series Portable Plants pair efficiency and pro- ductivity with the proven toughness and durability that customers have come to expect of Masaba products, backed by a five-year structural and two-year component warranty. www.masaba.com McLanahan Corp. New sites or operations looking to upgrade their screening capabilities with no rework to existing structures should look no further than McLana- han's MAX Inclined Vibrating Screens. Producers can be sure they are getting a solution that will give them more uptime, easier maintenance and a safer working environment. McLanahan MAX Inclined Vibrat- ing Screens can separate coarse feed materials from finer materials and are offered in sizes and configurations ranging from 5- x 16-ft. to 8- x 24-ft. in

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