Issue No. 02



Welcome to the second issue of Process. We hope you are enjoying this new communications tool. Again, it is our goal to give you more and more opportunities to get the latest processing information and industry news, and most importantly, to let us know what you think, and what you need.

This issue is particularly important as we share a preview of new technologies – ones that we invite you to closely examine at the upcoming CONEXPO-CON/AGG show in Las Vegas in March. Our 2014 rollout of the new T-Series™ Cone Crushers and integrated TRAC10® controls systems reflects what you have asked for – innovations that continually increase efficiency and uptime; boost production and profitability; and enhance safety.

As always, we're listening to our customers – and we'd like to hear from you.

Matthew Haven
Telsmith, Inc.

  • Customer Solutions

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    With a new portable plant, Alberta, Canada-based Reco Construction gained control over job scheduling and costs, and material quality and availability. The company serves the booming oil industry with services such as oilfield lease padding and rig ditching. For the last 12 years, the company had ...
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  • New Product

    Trac10 Screen Shot

    Bauma attendees saw the demonstration – and CONEXPO-CON/AGG attendees will witness the rollout of the fully-tested and significantly-upgraded TRAC10 – a new integrated controls system. Combined as a standard feature on the new Telsmith T-Series Cone Crushers, this total crushing and controls package will allow ...
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  • Operational Tip

    Telsmith Jaw Crusher


    Keep oil systems free of contamination. Clean out any sludge buildup in the tank to prevent contamination of the new oil. Also, changing the oil requires clean buckets, clean rags, and storage in a clean environment. Keep the breathers clean as well; and keep the right gaskets and ...
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  • Industry News - Construction Jobs On The Rise

    July data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicated a gain of 20,000 construction industry jobs. The industry employs 5.826 million Americans – a 3-percent gain over September 2012 and the highest number since August 2009, when 5.851 million ...
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  • Industry News - Quarry Quest Benefits Community

    Neenah, Wisconsin-based Michels Materials limestone quarry held its 15th annual Quarry Quest in September, which raised $130,000 to benefit charities. More than 16,000 folks of all ages attended the event, participating in activities such as ...
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  • Industry News - Congress Passes Bill - Finally

    Upon the urging from entities such as the NSSGA, Congress has just passed the Water Resources Reform and Development Act of 2013 (WRRDA). Fully funding important water infrastructure projects will further support an increasingly efficient water ...
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  • Industry News - Construction Starts Are Up

    According to McGraw Hill Construction, new construction starts in September advanced 13 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $556 billion. Nonresidential building bounced back after losing momentum in August, and the non-building construction ...
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