Extec

Two years after being combined under the Sandvik group, Extec and Fintec are now being promoted as Premier Equipment. The unification of the Extec and Fintec brands within the Sandvik group of companies has created a comprehensive line-up of mobile crushing and screening equipment, according to the manufacturer.

Designed for the aggregate producer who requires large throughput, true mobility, and four clean gradings, Extec has developed the S-7. The S-7 is based around the doublescreen concept, but with a triple deck screen arrangement. Although possessing many customer-focused features, at the heart of the S-7 is the triple deck doublescreen box.

The design and capacity of Extec’s X38 SBS have been specifically adapted to the aggregate producers’ real requirements, and to fully complement, and strengthen, Extec’s existing crusher portfolio. The X38 SBS makes use of the technology found on its larger brother, the X44 SBS, but is now based around the Telsmith 38SBS cone unit.

Sandvik has reached an agreement with private equity owners 3i to acquire Extec Screens and Crushers Ltd. Simultaneously, an agreement has been reached with the majority owner of Fintec Crushing and Screening Ltd. (Fintec), to acquire the company. Sandvik currently has a minority shareholding in Fintec and will, after the completion of this transaction, become the only shareholder.

Sandvik has reached an agreement with private equity owners 3i to acquire Extec Screens and Crushers Ltd. Simultaneously, an agreement has been reached with the majority owner of Fintec Crushing and Screening Ltd. (Fintec), to acquire the company. Sandvik currently has a minority shareholding in Fintec and will, after the completion of this transaction, become the only shareholder.

Extec has launched the S-6 production screen based on the doublescreen concept. Designed for the aggregate producer who requires large throughput, true mobility and clean gradings, the new S-6 encompasses such features as: • Screening area consisting of two individual 10 by 5 screen boxes, each possessing their own separate drive, and each being independently angled.

The Extec X44 SBS cone crusher’s design and capacity have been specifically adapted to the markets real requirements, and to fully complement, and strengthen, Extec’s existing crusher portfolio, the company said. New features of the crusher design include the diesel hydraulic drive Cat C-13 diesel engine and variable speed, high torque for controlled continuous feed.

When it became obvious that its rock product operations was not as cost effective as it could be because of transportation and hauling costs, Keller Crushing & Screening Inc. of Tunkhannock, Pa., purchased an E-7 fully-tracked screen from Extec Screens & Crushers Ltd.

Extec’s newly designed C12+ updates the successful C-12 with features that include:• Computer designed web and flange chassis for strength and flexibility in hostile operating environments. • Vogel central greasing system for the supply of centralized lubrication.

Clayton Companies has been making tracks in New Jersey recently. The company runs concrete, block and sand plants scattered about the Garden State — 21 to be exact — and this past December, Doug Clayton, co-owner, began looking seriously into finding a crusher that he could more easily transport to and from all of his plants.

Carver Laraway is not from the “Show Me State.” His companies are based in New York State and have been experiencing astonishing growth. When one of his companies, Carver Sand & Gravel needed a screener for a very specific type of sand and gravel production, he wanted the machine to show him what it could do before he made the purchase. Carver Sand & Gravel, in Halfmoon, NY, supplies products for use at Laraway’s ready-mix and asphalt plants located in Schoharie County.