The IROCK TS-516 high capacity screening/scalping machine has a discharge conveyor that is wider than the actual screener, allowing for unobstructed movement of material.
Ace Equipment Sales has been named the exclusive IROCK crushers distributor of New England and eastern New York.
"The crushing and screening market in New England has long been one of the largest in the United States," said John Patton, Ace Equipment president. "Ace Equipment has a long, proud history of serving aggregate producers and contractors in New York and the New England states."
"Larry Becker, Don Bayer and Bill Dahill have decades of experience in the area of aggregate production and understand the challenging hard rock conditions that face producers in this region," he added. "I feel strongly that the addition of the IROCK product line makes us better equipped to serve our customers than ever before."
The addition of IROCK crushing and screening equipment positions Ace Equipment to provide a full range of products to its existing customers, as well as giving it new product offerings for niche producers such as concrete and asphalt recycling facilities.
"The IROCK TS-516 high capacity screening/scalping machine is a perfect example of what the IROCK product line brings to the table," Patton said. "The discharge conveyor is wider than the actual screener, allowing for unobstructed movement of material. It’s simply better designed for the flow of material, greatly increasing its production capacities."
"The IROCK TS-522 screener is what we would think of as a traditional finishing screen, which can make up to four different products simultaneously. All IROCK products are powered by Cat diesel engines, which eases any concerns about support of the power units. The IROCK RDS-20 closed circuit impact crusher is ideally suited for processing limestone and/or recyclable materials. We are very confident that our alliance with IROCK will bring our company to the next level."
For more information, call 860/429-2793 or visit www.acecrushers.com.
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