The J45 high capacity jaw crusher feature a true 45 x 27 jaw, with both level and load sensors to ensure the most efficient material handling access. The J45 hopper boasts close to 9 cubic yards capacity.
The 5 x 10 Screenbox featurres McCloskey High Energy technology, and the feeder is available with an independent pre-screen option. A powerhouse of productivity, the J45R combines a robust single toggle jaw and High Energy Screenbox with a recirculating conveyor system to create a full crushing and screening system.
The J45 jaw crushers have a large gap between the crusher discharge and the main conveyor feed boot to eliminate bottlenecks and bridging. Easy to move from site to site, the J45 crushers can be on-site and operational in a matter of minutes with folding hoppers and conveyors.
Already fitted with the largest Jaw available in its class, at 50? or 1270mm wide, the J50-C option is also fitted with a Live Double deck Pre-Screen. You can now efficiently screen out a guaranteed sized product from the side / scalps conveyor.As the live pre-screen works at a constant RPM, with the Pan feeder automatically adjusted with a level sensor to keep the jaw fed, the efficiency of screening is unrivalled. In.In some cases the use of a scalping screen after the jaw can be eliminated, therefore reducing the amount of equipment required on site.
In Mining Applications, the pre-screen can be used to remove saleable product direct from the side conveyor (i.e -8mm Iron Ore Fines).In Quarrying applications the Live Pre-screen is able to efficiently scalp out roadbase or overburden, leaving a clean crushed rock suitable for further processing into aggregates.
The McCloskey J50-C Jaw Crusher also benefits from a larger chassis, with wider 1200mm discharge belt giving the highest capacity conveyor and stockpile height available in its class.All other benefits of the J50 are included in the J50-C,including Hydraulic Toggle for tramp relief and THE safest method of unblocking any jaw available on the market. Push button jaw setting with simple hydraulic controls to operate the crushing plant make the J50-C the ultimate Jaw Crusher for many applications.
Continuing with McCloskeys focus on quality components, durability and reliability, the C44 Cone Crusher adds to McCloskeys reputation for proven performance with its 44 cone and CAT C13 430hp power unit. Offering high material capacity and throughput, large stockpile capacity, and customer focused features, the C44 Cone Crusher puts McCloskey to the fore of mobile crushing plants and pushes the boundaries of industry performance.
Featuring all the leading advantages of McCloskey Crushing and Screening Machines, the I44 offers a complete crushing, screening, recirculatingand stockpiling unitall on one chassis.Class leading 1100mm wide 4 bar rotor with optional 3rd apron/griding path.High Power Cat C9 engine with Hydraulic drive (no clutch) for reduced maintenance and reduced operator abuse especially important on hire machines.Easy Blow bar changes with different blow bar options available for different feed rocks. (Manganese, Martesitic, High Chrome and Ceramic Hammers options)
Large engine bay for easy servicing.Hydraulic control levers for uncomplicated operation.Hydraulic Crusher setting and adjustment with overload protection.Underpan feeder for belt protection especially useful in recycling applications.Hopper extension option for feeding with FEL if required.
TheTesab 1012 Tis a tracked mobile, large impact crusher designed to accept a large feed size whilst at the same time producing a consistent and high quality end product at a low cost per ton.There is a x2 deck independent pre-screen fitted as standard which results in lower cost operation as a sized product can be produced on the side belt while at the same time reducing wear.
The 1012TS features a heavy duty crusher unit has a 1200mm (47) diameter rotor along with an extra crushing and shaping path. It also offers the option of a440Hp (328Kw) Caterpillar Engine or a 300Hp (224Kw) Scania Engine to suit all markets.Suited for both primary and secondary applications the 1012TS can work standalone or integrate easily into existing crushing and screening operations.
The machine is fitted with a heavy duty feed hopper and belt feeder design.The crusher unit incorporates the unique Tesab crushing path design which produces a high reduction ratio along with a superior cubic shaped product.
The 1412T features a heavy duty crusher unit has a 1200mm (47) diameter rotor along with an extra crushing and shaping path. It also offers the option of a440Hp (328Kw) Caterpillar Engine or a 300Hp (224Kw) Scania Engine to suit all markets.Suited for both secondary and tertiary applications the 1412T can work standalone or integrate easily into existing crushing and screening operations.
Due to the unique design of the crusher unit, an exceptionally good cubical shape and high reduction rate can be easily achieved. The reliability and consistency of this machine has been proven over many years and it is unrivaled at providing a high quality end product at low tonnage costs.
The 623CT featuresa heavy duty impact crusher unit with 1100mm (42) diameter rotor and extra crushing and shaping path. It also offersthe option of a 275Hp (205Kw) Caterpillar Engine or a300Hp (224Kw) Scania Engine to suit all markets.
Continuing with McCloskeys focus on usability, the McCloskey S190 offers a range of customer focused features as standard, whilst pushing the industry production performance standards by providing the most advanced 20 x 5 portable vibratory screening plant in production today.
Features such as the adjustable screenbox angles allow adaptability to a wide range of materials including quarrying, crusher circuits, sand and gravel, coal screening, topsoil, and woodchip. Having the highest grade specifications and component parts, the S190 is easily the aggregate leaders number one choice for quality and value.
TheR155 High Energy Screener is a tough, robust screening tool, designed to cope with the heaviest of applications. With the ability to handle some of the worst, untreated construction and demolition waste, the R155 can minimise material pre-handling, and provide clean end products.
The R155 has proved to be extremely effective across a wide range of applications. With a 155sq feet of screening area, the largest in its class, the R155 has impressed in operations including primary crusher circuits, site reclaimation, construction and demolition waste, heavy rock, sticky clay and fines, and boulder clay.
The ability of the R155 to handle larger material comes from its open feed design, along with the largest hopper, thickest feed belt and oversize conveyor belts in the industry, and full length impact bars. The High Energy Screenbox then give the ability to screen wet sticky material, ensuring the R155 performs in the most difficult of applications.
The McCloskey S130 is used across a wide range of applications including aggregate, coal, crusher circuits, wood chip. The S130 is renowned for its fine sand screening and impresses customers worldwide with its production capacities.
With the S130 you get class leading S-Series features like the aggressive High Energy Screenbox and user-friendly operation. The S130s unique size is designed to meet demands of operators who require significantly more screening capacity than a 10 or 11 screenbox, but may not require the full capacity of a 20 plant.
The S130 is also available as a double or triple deck and boasts an array of features and benefits that elevate the models above the competition in its class. The S130 Triple Deck has comparable production capacity to its competitors larger models at a far more effective cost.
With over twenty years of experience, McCloskey International is the worlds leading Trommel manufacturer, and has pioneered Trommel design and innovation. Over this time the 621 Trommel has established a proven reliability in construction and demolition, topsoil, compost, waste recycling, and many other large screening applications. With a 174 HP Tier III CAT engine, accessible engine bay, and high efficiency diesel hydraulic system the 621 is sure to give you the maximum operating time.
With a 6 diameter the 621 Trommel generates a powerful screening action, whilst the 21 long drum ensures the highest quality end product. For longer time on the screen, the 628 offers a 46 longer drum.
The 512 RET, 512 A/R, 516, 516 RET, were designed by the most experienced design engineers in the industry with a collective experience of over 60 years. The 512 RET is ideal for composting and waste management applications.
As the top selling mid size portable Trommel in North America, the 512 offers a combination of high production rates, versatility, ease of use and unrivalled strength has ensured this screeners popularity with top soil producers, excavations contractors, recycling contractors, and landscape supply operations.
With quick set up time, and high on-site mobility the 512 represents high quality and value from the McCloskey Trommel range, and continue to add to McCloskey reputation for being the world leaders in Trommel innovation and design.
The McCloskey ST80 36 x 80 Stacker has been designed for high capacity stockpiling operations. All units come as standard with diesel power units, hydraulic main lift and hydraulic top fold. Electric and dual power are available as options based on the best application for the customers business.
The ST Line is also available as a radio controlled track mounted unit. This heavy duty mobile stacker has a setback axle and 22.5 degree max conveyor angle allowing for the highest stockpiles per conveyor length in the industry.With its durable truss frame, large feed hopper and production capacity up to 500 TPH, the McCloskey ST80 stacks up well in a variety of applications.
The 8042T can receive material directly from a crusher or screen or be installed in a close circuit application. With its Hi-Torque drive system this machine can be fed direct by a Wheeled Loader or Excavator (requires fitting of Direct Feed Hopper). It also integrates easily into the Tesab range of Crushers and Screeners making it the ideal solution in any situation.
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New England Mobile Crushing, is a full service Crushing,Ledge Removal and Crushing Equipment Rental company. Started in the early 2000's, NEMCS has been servicing New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine.
Our Hydraulic Hammering is a cost effective and time saving solution to blasting. Our Crusher rental service is unique in that you can rent most of our units for short to long term projects. Unlike other companies we don't require you to have the equipment for a specified amount of time.
More than 20 years ago, Keith Babb, president ofNew England Mobile Crushing Services, walked away from a successful career in the automotive industry and started a new venture working in a niche market subcontracting hammering and crushing and screening services to New England contractors.
The rock that Babb and his customers face every day is some of the hardest in the country and shows up on virtually every job site. New England is among the few regions in the United States where blasting is commonplace and expected on typical excavation sites.
"The downsides to blasting your way through New England's granite are many," Babb said. "To begin with, the blasting process is very expensive. You may only need to make a four or five-foot cut, but by the nature of blasting you are going to pay for a minimum of an eight-foot cut."
In its decision inStyller v. Zoning Board of Appeals of Lynnfield(pdf), the SJC affirmed a Land Court decision concerning an appeal from a decision of the Lynnfield Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA), which affirmed a cease-and-desist order prohibiting short-term rentals (STRs) of the plaintiff Styllers property without a special permit.
Styller owned a five-bedroom single-family house on three aces in a single-residence zoning district. The Styller family lived on the premises. Beginning in 2015, Styller rented the property through various short-term rental websites. The STR use came to the towns attention after a renter held a 100+ person party at the property, during which one attendee was shot and killed. The Building Inspector sent a cease-and-desist notice, concluding that the STR use was an additional use: either a prohibited hotel use or an unauthorized lodging or rooming house use. Styller appealed to the ZBA, which voted to uphold the Building Inspectors determination without explicitly addressing whether the STR use was a hotel, or lodging or rooming house, use. Styller appealed that decision as well, and while the appeal was pending, the town amended its zoning bylaw to prohibit STRs in its single-residence zoning districts without prior authorization.
On appeal Styller argued that the STR use was a preexisting nonconforming use such that he could continue to rent his property. The Land Court judge disagreed, concluding that the STR use was an impermissible additional use of the property. The STR use was not a permitted accessory use because it was not clearly incidental to the use of the principal building as a single family residence, and was not customary in connection with the principal building, other structure or use of land. Therefore, the zoning bylaw, which allowed only specifically identified uses, prohibited the STR use. The Land Court held that the STR use without a special permit violated the new bylaw, which prohibits rentals of 30 days or less in the single-residence district, and affirmed the ZBAs decision.
On further appeal the SJC affirmed the Land Courts conclusion, albeit on slightly different grounds. After concluding that the case was still justiciable despite the fact that Styller no longer owned the property in part because the viability of short-term rental use of property in the context of existing zoning regulations [is] one of public importance the SJC concluded that while the STR use was not an additional, accessory use of the property, it also was not a permitted, principal use. The SJC reasoned that short-term rental use of a one family home is inconsistent with the zoning purpose of the single-residence zoning district in which it is situated, i.e., to preserve the residential character of the neighborhood, which character is compatible with long-term rentals but not short-term rentals. The SJC concluded that the ZBA was within its authority to determine that use of a dwelling in a single-family residential district suggests a measure of permanent residence that is inconsistent with transient uses, such as STRs. The SJC did not demarcate a length of stay that defines a long-term versus a short-term rental.
The judgment inStyllerwill not become final for 30 days to permit the current owners of the property to intervene, should they choose. Regardless of how the case concludes, this decision serves as notice of the SJCs view of STRs in the zoning context and will surely affect the ongoing, often heated debate over STRs happening in cities and towns across the Commonwealth.
Kathleen Heyer focuses her practice on land use litigation, representing property owners, developers, and banks in a wide variety of title and land use matters, including boundary disputes, encroachments, and title defects.
She regularly appears before various municipal boards, and handles zoning and planning appeals to the Land Court and Superior Court. Kathleen also has a passion for affordable housing and a strong interest in land use planning and sustainable development.
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