TELSMITH GOING THE EXTRA MILE AT CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020 BY LAUNCHING NEW TITAN SERIES MODEL AND SHOWCASING CURRENT TECHNOLOGIES | Telsmith

TELSMITH GOING THE EXTRA MILE AT CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020 BY LAUNCHING NEW TITAN SERIES MODEL AND SHOWCASING CURRENT TECHNOLOGIES

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Mequon, Wisconsin – Telsmith, Inc., a leading manufacturer of mineral processing equipment, will exhibit at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020 in conjunction with Astec Industries, Inc. in Las Vegas, Nevada from March 10-14, at booth #C30336.

To showcase the Telsmith promise that “The Extra Mile Isn’t Extra. It’s Included.” The team plans to display a new addition to their Titan™ series, a 200 horsepower cone crusher, along with showcasing their 4448 Iron Giant Jaw Crusher and Vibro-King TL® Screen.

“We are excited to launch the Titan™ T200 cone crusher to the global market,” says Jeff Gray, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Telsmith, Inc. “The ability to configure the machine to meet global market expectations elevates the T200 as value leader in many applications including; sand and gravel, quarry, recycle and industrial installations.”

Alongside the new Titan™ T200 Cone Crusher will be a new and improved video highlighting the Titan Series main features including hybrid thrust bearing technology, patented anti-spin system, concave retention system, simple top-service disassembly, and TRAC10® control system.

In addition to the Titan™ Cone Crushers, they will display and discuss new technology updates within their existing Iron Giant™ Jaw Crushers and Vibro-King TL® Screens.

For more details on Telsmith’s products at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020, please visit https://telsmith.com/conexpo/ or call (262) 242-6600.

Telsmith, Inc. provides a full range of minerals processing solutions to the aggregate, mining, industrial, and recycling industries with cone crushers, jaw crushers, vibrating equipment, portable plants, track plants, as well as full-scale modular processing facilities. Solutions from Telsmith include product lifecycle support with parts availability and factory-trained service technicians.

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