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2017 PRODUCT PREVIEW

Ace Group, LLC
Shaker decks are a very economical way to filter out oversized aggregate or RAP
from getting into your mix. Shaker decks are economical, durable, dependable,
rugged and affordable. As a result of their simple construction, there is less to
maintain and break down. Shaker decks are constructed to use common size
screen cloths, thereby making it easy to locate the various sizes you need to
get your mix done. Shaker decks can be custom made - such as mounting the
motor on a certain side, should you be tight for room. A custom stand can also be
manufactured for your shaker deck. Alternatively, you can have a conveyor line
in either stationery or portable configurations manufactured. Shaker decks come
in various sizes. Single decks range from 3' x 5' up to 5' x 10'. Screen cloths are
also available.

The RAPwranglerTM is designed to be powerful, efficient and
easy to maintain. It can shred football sized asphalt chunks,
down to more suitable gradations for introduction into both
stationery and portable drum mix and batch plants. It
eliminates off-site pre-crushing of asphalt materials to be
Green Plants - and More - from Ammann
recycled. It is powered by either a 30HP or a 50HP TEFC motor,
Ammann is a 6th-generation, family-owned business that produces
and can be shive belt or direct driven.

Shaker decks are a very economical way to filter out
oversized aggregate or RAP from getting into your mix.
Shaker decks are economical, durable, dependable,
rugged and affordable. As a result of their simple
construction, there is less to maintain and break down.

Ammann Group

ANTIGO
CONSTRUCTION, INC.

Shaker decks are constructed to use common size
screen cloths, thereby making it easy to locate the
various sizes you need to get your mix done.

asphalt and concrete-mixing plants, as well as compaction products, in
production sites around the world.

The 20"
rotor is equipped with 312 replaceable tungstenAmmann offers a number of environmentally friendly and efficient asphalt
tipped plants.
milling
teeth
that shred
of asphalt
down
Center
to Ammann's
businesschunks
is the utilization
of technology
that to 1"
at a rate
of 250
tonswith
perproductive
hour. plants
The capable
rotor spins
at a constant
provides
customers
of incorporating
large
127rpmamounts
undermining
the material in the 30" x 40" hopper
of RAP and recyclables.
directlyKey
above
it. these capabilities include the UniBatch series, which
plants with

Shaker decks can be custom made - such as mounting
the motor on a certain side, should you be tight for
room.

features parallel-flow dryers that can use up to 60 percent hot recycled
material. The Ammann HRT (High Recycling Technology) plant can produce
mix comprised of 100 percent recycled materials - including RAP and
consumer goods, such as tires and printing cartridges.

A custom stand can also be manufactured for your
shaker deck. Alternatively, you can have a conveyor line
in either stationery or portable configurations
manufactured.

Within Ammann's extensive lineup of compaction equipment are heavy
rollers and vibratory plate compactors. The forward-moving, reversible
and fully hydrostatic plates are engineered to provide industry-leading
standards in terms of compaction, climbing ability and reduced vibration to
the operator.

Photo courtesy of www.fotopizza.com

Visit www.ammann-group.com for more information.

.

Shaker
decks comeInternational
in various
sizes.
Single
decks range
Antigo
Construction/Antigo
is a full
service
concrete
from 3'breaking
x 5' upspecialist
to 5' xequipped
10'. to provide concrete pavement
pavement
rubblization, crack/break & seat, and break for removal. Antigo
manufactures
and operates
Badger
Breakers®. The guillotine-style
Screen cloths
are also
available.
8600 Badger Breaker is capable of breaking 3' thick concrete and is
used for crack/break & seat. The multihead MHB Badger Breaker is
uniquely capable of producing the range of fractured slab techniques
from full rubblization to modified rubblization to crack/break & seat. With
headquarters in Antigo, Wisconsin and offices in Boise, Idaho and the
United Kingdom, Antigo operates throughout the United States and abroad.
715-627-2222
www.antigoconstruction.com

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Asphalt Pavement Magazine - January/February 2017

Chairman’s Commentary
Industry News
The Foundation for Success
2016 E&E Congress: Focus on Asphalt Sustainability
A New Perpetual Pavement
An Asphalt Plant in Upwardly Mobile Virginia
Balanced Mix Design: A Q&A with Shane Buchanan
Start with the Best and Then Improve
Industry Events
2017 Product Review
Index of Advertisers / Advertisers.com
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