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IROCK Crushers Adds Track Screening Plants to Lineup

Tue February 21, 2012 - National Edition
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Although IROCK has been marketing the track screening plants since the beginning of 2011, the company wanted to have production plants in place for a period to time before making a formal public announcement about the addition.
Although IROCK has been marketing the track screening plants since the beginning of 2011, the company wanted to have production plants in place for a period to time before making a formal public announcement about the addition.

IROCK Crushers, headquartered in Oakwood Village, Ohio, recently added Track Screening Plants to their lineup of material processing equipment. According to General Manager Bob Nelson, the decision to offer track screening plants was driven by the company’s interest in addressing customer needs and providing its growing dealer network greater access to marketplace demands.

Nelson explained that since IROCK’s dealer network reported success in selling their crushing plants, it became apparent there was a need for quality track screening plants to complement its existing crusher product line.

In response, IROCK came up with a line of track screening plants that offer customers the kind of equipment that IROCK has become known for in the marketplace. IROCK’s new track screening plants were designed with an eye toward customer productivity and profit. The new track screening plants also meet IROCK’s fundamental strategy of sourcing name brand engines and components. According to Nelson, this approach helps expedite service and repairs by ensuring that replacement parts are readily available. Like its crushers, the track screening plants are manufactured with high quality components and are powered by CAT engines.

Although IROCK has been marketing the track screening plants since the beginning of 2011, the company wanted to have production plants in place for a period to time before making a formal public announcement about the addition. According to Nelson, IROCK now has a significant amount of track screening plants in the field and feedback from customers has been positive. IROCK’s track screening plants offer competitive advantages in pricing, durability, and production capacity.

The company views its machines as having the versatility to be used in stand-alone screening applications or to be used in conjunction with IROCK’s crushing plants and other manufacturers as well.

As with its crusher line, IROCK plans to carry a full inventory of replacement parts to ensure its ability to provide quick and reliable service to its customers. Parts ordering will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week with IROCK’s recently implemented online parts department.

IROCK’s line of track screening plants currently includes the IROCK TS-512 tracked screener, a durable machine designed for the recycling and aggregate contractor market. The IROCK TS-516 is a heavy duty, high capacity scalper capable of screening a wide variety of material in harsh conditions. The IROCK TS-522 was developed with medium to large scale operators in mind who require the ability to process large volumes of high grade products. IROCK’s newest addition, the TS-522TD track screening plant features a third deck to enable the production of four products.

IROCK has been in business for 20 years with 2010 being its best year in a decade largely due to the company establishing and meetings its goal of building its dealer network. IROCK has plans to introduce additional equipment in the upcoming year.