EvoQuip ringing in the changes in 2023
Looking at the year ahead EvoQuip are set to have a very busy year with several marquee events taking place along with some major product launches and innovations.
The brand-new EvoQuip Bison 340 jaw crusher has just been announced. This high-performance primary jaw crusher launched in January 2023 and set the tone for EvoQuip this year. With a 1000mm x 600mm jaw chamber opening that boasts a potential output of up to 280 tph (308 US tph) it’s a game changer for the quarry, demolition, recycling and mining industries.
A hydrostatic drive is included as standard so that the jaw crusher can be run in reverse. This is particularly useful for removing blockages within the chamber and when crushing sticky applications like asphalt.
Also new in 2023 is the Falcon 820 compact finishing screen. A rugged design allows it to screen sand and gravel, crushed stone, coal, topsoil and demolition waste. It boasts a double deck, 2 bearing 8’x4’ screenbox, its versatile and robust design makes it ideal for multiple screening applications. In addition, the Falcon 820's compact transport envelope allows it to be transported easily between sites.
Andrew Armstrong, EvoQuip’s Product Manager, explained that “we have a big year ahead of us with some new product launches like the Bison 340 and Falcon 820. These machines will really add to their respective product ranges. In addition to these products, we’re in the final stages of developing a compact mobile shredder that will be designed to handle asphalt, C&D as well as general waste. We are excited about the addition of the compact shredder to our portfolio, its versatility will be a real benefit to our dealer network and customers.”
Innovation isn’t limited to machinery at EvoQuip. Crush, Screen and In-between is a new podcast produced in house. Each episode discusses the latest news and hot topics within the crushing and screening industry. Michael Garvey, host of the podcast and Training & Applications Manager at EvoQuip, says “we really wanted the podcast to be focused on the industry as a whole. It was important for us that it wasn’t just an advertisement for EvoQuip. In past episodes we’ve discussed recycling, trade shows and even news stories from some of our competitors, all while trying not to take ourselves too seriously”. Crush, Screen & In-between can be found by searching on your favourite podcast provider.
For more information on EvoQuip visit www.terex.com/EvoQuip.