concrete, gravel, impact & rock crushers for sale | aggregate industry alberta

concrete, gravel, impact & rock crushers for sale | aggregate industry alberta

Whether you need a custom-designed screening plant, a reconditioned rock crusher for sale in Alberta or rock crushing services, gravel or concrete crushers for sale in British Columbia, impact crushers, replacement parts or emergency repairs, you know you can count on Mormak.

Mormak is able to work with and understand our varying needs. Gravel crushing is not black and white. There are always ways to optimize production. Theyre open to new ideas and often have some of their own to help us get the most out of our crushing plant.

gravel crushing start-up to help build roads in northern saskatchewan

gravel crushing start-up to help build roads in northern saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Highways and Transportation has entered into a unique partnership with a new northern gravel company that will see 350,000 tonnes of aggregate crushed annually for up to four years to help build roads in the North. The value of the work is in excess of $20 million and will create up to 20 new full time jobs.

REGINA Saskatchewan Highways and Transportation has entered into a unique partnership with a new northern gravel company that will see 350,000 tonnes of aggregate crushed annually for up to four years to help build roads in the North. The value of the work is in excess of $20 million and will create up to 20 new full time jobs. Asiniy Gravel Crushing is a partnership between the highly successful Kitsaki Management Ltd. Partnership the commercial wing of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band and Lonesome Prairie Sand and Gravel, a successful road-building venture of the Ochapowace First Nation in Southern Saskatchewan led by Harold and Henry Derksen. The contract was awarded under the $65 million Roads to Prosperity program known as the Northern Economic Infrastructure Strategy (NEIS). The goal is to connect isolated northern communities with the broader provincial transportation network, creating jobs and economic growth. NEIS is a key component of the Provinces new Transportation for Economic Advantage strategy. By inviting northern residents to participate fully in the management and construction of these projects, valuable work experience is gained, Highways and Transportation Minister Eldon Lautermilch said. Were building capacity in the north by creating jobs beyond one-time-only projects. NEIS is a new way of doing business that extends beyond any road-building mandate; were building a better future for northern Saskatchewan residents. In the past, northerners have often had difficulty bidding on larger projects due to a lack of expertise and capital, but thats about to change, Northern Affairs Minister Joan Beatty said. Through NEIS, the provincial government is growing the northern economy and giving smaller companies the chance to compete and expand. This past winter, Saskatchewan Highways and Transportation approached northern entrepreneurs about creating a made-in-the-north gravel crushing operation to supply NEIS road-building contracts. Start-up companies were asked to partner with more established companies and explain how they would create a greater skilled workforce in the North. Asiniy which means rock in Cree came out on top with its cost-efficient bid and detailed plans for capacity building. The company will bring in qualified trades people to provide on-the-job training at the mobile crushing facility and will employ up to 20 full time workers. The goal is to have a viable company long after NEIS is over. This is a great honour for Asiniy, Kitsaki CEO Russell Roberts said. We have already selected a handful of northern residents that are now receiving their training with Lonesome Prairies Saskatoon crushing operation, so they will be ready to go once Asiniy is fully operational by July. We see this as a huge step forward for all northern residents, not just those associated with Asiniy, Lac La Ronge Indian Band Chief Tammy Cook-Searson said. Opportunities like this give northerners mentoring and business expertise to compete with southern gravel crushing operations many of whom have had generations to build up their businesses. The Lac La Ronge Indian Bands Kitsaki has been a leader in economic development for 25 years, offering a wide range of education and training programs for Aboriginal people. The First Nation of more than 8,000 people owns or jointly owns a variety of businesses that participate in several sectors of the economy. Were very pleased to partner with another prominent First Nation to expand the business expertise of our people across the province, Ochapowace First Nation Chief Denton George said. Asiniy Gravel Crushing is the first of several partnerships to be formed as a result of the NEIS initiative. Saskatchewan Highways and Transportation has hired NEIS Project Co-ordinator Al Loke, based in La Ronge, to assist northern companies and communities in making the most of NEIS opportunities. JOC NEWS SERVICE

Saskatchewan Highways and Transportation has entered into a unique partnership with a new northern gravel company that will see 350,000 tonnes of aggregate crushed annually for up to four years to help build roads in the North. The value of the work is in excess of $20 million and will create up to 20 new full time jobs.

Asiniy Gravel Crushing is a partnership between the highly successful Kitsaki Management Ltd. Partnership the commercial wing of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band and Lonesome Prairie Sand and Gravel, a successful road-building venture of the Ochapowace First Nation in Southern Saskatchewan led by Harold and Henry Derksen.

The contract was awarded under the $65 million Roads to Prosperity program known as the Northern Economic Infrastructure Strategy (NEIS). The goal is to connect isolated northern communities with the broader provincial transportation network, creating jobs and economic growth. NEIS is a key component of the Provinces new Transportation for Economic Advantage strategy.

By inviting northern residents to participate fully in the management and construction of these projects, valuable work experience is gained, Highways and Transportation Minister Eldon Lautermilch said. Were building capacity in the north by creating jobs beyond one-time-only projects. NEIS is a new way of doing business that extends beyond any road-building mandate; were building a better future for northern Saskatchewan residents.

In the past, northerners have often had difficulty bidding on larger projects due to a lack of expertise and capital, but thats about to change, Northern Affairs Minister Joan Beatty said. Through NEIS, the provincial government is growing the northern economy and giving smaller companies the chance to compete and expand.

This past winter, Saskatchewan Highways and Transportation approached northern entrepreneurs about creating a made-in-the-north gravel crushing operation to supply NEIS road-building contracts. Start-up companies were asked to partner with more established companies and explain how they would create a greater skilled workforce in the North. Asiniy which means rock in Cree came out on top with its cost-efficient bid and detailed plans for capacity building. The company will bring in qualified trades people to provide on-the-job training at the mobile crushing facility and will employ up to 20 full time workers. The goal is to have a viable company long after NEIS is over.

This is a great honour for Asiniy, Kitsaki CEO Russell Roberts said. We have already selected a handful of northern residents that are now receiving their training with Lonesome Prairies Saskatoon crushing operation, so they will be ready to go once Asiniy is fully operational by July.

We see this as a huge step forward for all northern residents, not just those associated with Asiniy, Lac La Ronge Indian Band Chief Tammy Cook-Searson said. Opportunities like this give northerners mentoring and business expertise to compete with southern gravel crushing operations many of whom have had generations to build up their businesses.

The Lac La Ronge Indian Bands Kitsaki has been a leader in economic development for 25 years, offering a wide range of education and training programs for Aboriginal people. The First Nation of more than 8,000 people owns or jointly owns a variety of businesses that participate in several sectors of the economy.

Asiniy Gravel Crushing is the first of several partnerships to be formed as a result of the NEIS initiative. Saskatchewan Highways and Transportation has hired NEIS Project Co-ordinator Al Loke, based in La Ronge, to assist northern companies and communities in making the most of NEIS opportunities.

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revolt advanced pro (2021) | giant bicycles canada

revolt advanced pro (2021) | giant bicycles canada

This high-performance all-rounder is the choice of Giant Factory Off-Road Team riders for grueling gravel races like the UNBOUND Gravel. Its designed around a lightweight Advanced composite frameset with gravel-riding geometry, so you can tackle long, hard rides with greater control and less fatigue. A full composite fork eats up bumps, and the D-Fuse seatpost and Contact XR D-Fuse handlebar absorb shocks and vibrations. The frame is integrated for disc brakes and has clearance for larger tires up to 45mm so you can float through the rough stuff. Add in some clever frame details, including the X-Defender downtube protector and smart mount system for racks and accessories, and you have everything you need for your gravel adventures.

High-performance grade raw carbon material is used to produce this custom frame material in our own composite factory with a high stiffness-to-weight ratio. The front triangle of the frameset is assembled and molded as one continuous piece in a proprietary manufacturing process called Modified Monocoque Construction.

A downward sloping toptube (from the headtube to the seattube) creates smaller front and rear triangles for a lighter, stiffer bike. It also makes it easier for riders of all sizes to have a perfect fit.

Giants original oversized fork steerer tube technology. Designed to provide precise front-end steering performance, the systems oversized headset bearings (1 1/4 lower and 1 1/8 upper) and tapered steerer tube work in conjunction to provide optimal steering stiffness.

A massive rectangular downtube forms the link between the oversized OverDrive system and the PowerCore bottom bracket. This precisely engineered, rectangular shape yields unprecedented steering and pedaling stiffness while minimizing weight.

A massively oversized bottom-bracket/chainstay area features a fully integrated, 86-millimeter wide bottom-bracket design. Asymmetric chainstays provide additional stiffness on the driveside and stability on the non-driveside.

Giants High Performance Grade raw carbon material is used to produce this custom frame material in our own composite factory with a high stiffness-to-weight ratio. The front triangle of these framesets is assembled and molded as one continuous piece in a proprietary manufacturing process called Modified Monocoque Construction.

Introduced by Giant with the professional Team ONCE in the 1990s, Compact Road revolutionized the look and feel of high-performance road bikes forever. A downward sloping toptube (from the headtube to the seattube) creates smaller front and rear triangles for a lighter, stiffer bike. It also makes it easier for riders of all sizes to have a perfect fit.

A massive rectangular downtube and oversized toptube work in unison to provide superior front end lateral and torsional steering precision. The precisely engineered, rectangular shaped downtube yields unprecedented steering and pedaling stiffness.

Giants original oversized fork steerer tube technology. Designed to provide precise front-end steering performance, the systems oversized headset bearings (1 1/4 lower and 1 1/8 upper for road, 1 1/2 lower and 1 1/8 upper for mountain) and tapered steerer tube work in conjunction to provide optimal steering stiffness.

A massively oversized bottom-bracket/chainstay area features a fully integrated, 86-millimeter wide bottom-bracket design (92-millimeter wide for off-road bikes). Asymmetric chainstays provide additional stiffness on the driveside and stability on the non-driveside.

alberta begins inspecting gravel crushing worksites - ohs canada magazineohs canada magazine

alberta begins inspecting gravel crushing worksites - ohs canada magazineohs canada magazine

(Canadian OH&S News) -- Less than a month after two workers were fatally injured at separate gravel crushing sites in Alberta, the provincial Ministry of Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour has begun conducting focused inspections of these...

(Canadian OH&S News) Less than a month after two workers were fatally injured at separate gravel crushing sites in Alberta, the provincial Ministry of Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour has begun conducting focused inspections of these worksites.

Brookes Merritt, public affairs officer with the labour ministry, said that the inspections began in early August and are expected to wrap up in late September. The inspections build on last years campaign, when oh&s officers visited 64 sand and gravel crushing worksites in eight weeks. The ministry issued a total of 240 orders to employers during that blitz, including 37 related to inadequate equipment guarding and 23 stop-work/stop-use orders. Of the 64 sites inspected, only seven did not require any orders to be issued, the ministry noted in its inspection report.

Merritt said that the 2014 inspections would be a mix of both previously inspected and newly inspected worksites. It could involve visits to employers who were subject to the inspection campaign last year, and it will also involve new operations, not new per se, but operations that were not inspected in the previous year, Merritt said, adding that there are about 250 employers working in the industry in Alberta.

He noted that the second series of inspections were planned in advance, but the inspection dates were moved up a bit in recognition of the two fatalities in July. That demonstrates to us the value of getting these inspections underway, so we moved it up a couple of weeks, Merritt said.

On July 19, 15-year-old construction worker Christopher Lawrence, employed by Arjon Construction Ltd., was killed after he became entangled in a conveyor at a gravel crushing site near Wintering Heights, between the towns of Drumheller and Bassano (COHSN, July 28). Nine days later, a 51-year-old worker was performing maintenance on a gravel crusher when he was pulled into a conveyor. The employee of Contract Crushing Ltd. was fatally injured about 1.5 kilometres north of Athabasca.

A release from the Ministry of Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour said that this year, officers can issue tickets to employers and workers for specific violations an enforcement tool that was not available last year. OHS tickets charge immediate, on-the-spot fines of up to $500 that officers can issue to workers and employers for violations such as failing to ensure a worker wears required personal protective equipment (PPE).

These inspections will shine a light on sand and gravel operators, labour minister Kyle Fawcett said in the release. Im hopeful well see improvement over last years performance, but recent tragedies certainly raise the question [of] whether thats the case.

I am a concerned resident who lives in Parkland County who was deeply saddened to read about the two workers who were fatally injured at separate gravel crushing sites in Alberta. I can only imagine how many violations to the Alberta OH&S Legislation, unreported injuries, and exposure to silica dust incidents are occurring each and every day in Parkland County. On behalf of Parkland County residents who support responsible aggregate mining we applaud the provincial Ministry of Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour for conducting focused inspections of these worksites. Over the past couple of years the number of gravel mining operations approved by the County of Parkland has steadily increased. Residents like myself are of the opinion that the County places no priority on ensuring that gravel pit operators have a SE-COR or COR Safety Program when they initially approve gravel pit operators. My home is located just off Hwy 757 just north of lake Isle and my neighbors nor I have ever observed any evidence of OHS being applied at the gravel pits in our immediate area. Please continue with your inspections!

More than 77 per cent of the population in Ontario ages 12 and over have received one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and over 50 per cent have received their second dose. #ONpoli https://www.ohscanada.com/features/ontario-set-move-step-3-reopening-july-16/

In partnership with the @TorontoRBOT, Toronto has released playbooks this week that offer reopening strategies for businesses that have had employees largely working from home during the pandemic. #TOpoli #ReturnToOffice https://www.talentcanada.ca/toronto-launches-playbooks-to-help-businesses-plan-for-return-to-offices/

On June 30, the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health for Ontario updated its COVID-19 Screening Tool for Businesses and Organizations (Screening Workers). (Via @SherrardKuzz) #Screening https://www.talentcanada.ca/ontario-workplace-screening-modified-to-reflect-impact-of-vaccination/

Charges stemmed from an incident that occurred on Jan. 14, 2019, in Oxbow, Sask. A worker was seriously injured when sparks from a grinder ignited a fire on the workers clothing. #Conviction https://www.ohscanada.com/alberta-company-fined-grinder-sets-workers-clothes-fire/

Charges stemmed from a workplace fatality that occurred near Ceylon, Sask., on Nov. 22, 2017. A worker became entangled in a conveyor while clearing the chute of the conveyer system. #Conviction https://www.ohscanada.com/saskatchewan-company-fined-350k-worker-dies-conveyor-entanglement/

pit boss blog | gravel crushing and aggregate systems

pit boss blog | gravel crushing and aggregate systems

Posted by Greg Helfrich on Mon,Jul 22,2019 @ 09:07 AM

Posted by ELRUS Aggregate Systems on Thu,Nov 01,2018 @ 09:55 AM

Around our offices at ELRUS we often share and discuss and reminisce about the state of the industry, people weve known in the business, the successful and those that werent. We started to notice some themes in our observations that we think are important to share and discuss.

Topics: crusher profitability, Aggregate Crushing and Screening, Portable and mobile crushing and screening

Posted by ELRUS Aggregate Systems on Wed,May 23,2018 @ 10:18 AM

Posted by ELRUS Aggregate Systems on Mon,Apr 16,2018 @ 01:33 PM

Topics: improve crushing and screening safety, emergency shutdown systems for mining and crushing

Posted by ELRUS Aggregate Systems on Thu,Feb 22,2018 @ 08:40 AM

The machine central to almost every crushing spread is the cone crusher and there are two basic families of cone crushers; top adjusting bearing cones and bottom adjusting bushing cones. For operators who are considering the purchase of a cone, it is important to understand differences between the two types especially, production, parts and maintenance implications.

Topics: crusher profitability, Hydrocone Crusher, crusher maintenance

Posted by ELRUS Aggregate Systems on Thu,Jan 11,2018 @ 09:15 AM

The crushing business requires heavy duty equipment which has been designed to take a lot of punishment. For most operators, replacing wear parts is a significant ongoing expense necessary to keep equipment in service. Finding a way to reduce the cost of wear on equipment is a highly desirable goal to increase their profitability.

Posted by Wade Buehler on Tue,Dec 19,2017 @ 11:41 AM

Posted by ELRUS Aggregate Systems on Mon,Nov 06,2017 @ 10:17 AM

Topics: Aggregate Equipment Maintenance, Winter Maintenance, Crushing and Screening

Posted by ELRUS Aggregate Systems on Wed,Sep 20,2017 @ 08:50 AM

Crushing is a dangerous business. Every year there are serious accidents on the job site and some are fatal. Nearly all could have been avoided with better safe work practices. Just this past June, the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) issued a Serious Accident Alert after a worker was trying to unplug a portable crusher. He attempted to turn the crusher rotor using a pry bar and his foot got caught in the moving part.

Topics: Crushing and Screening, crusher safety, improve crushing safety

Posted by ELRUS Aggregate Systems on Thu,Aug 03,2017 @ 10:34 AM

Having the right crushing and screeningequipment to handle your environment, materials, and end products is critical. The wrong equipment will cost you a lot of money and time so understanding the relative advantages and disadvantages of equipment is key to making the best decision for your business.

haukka exploration | aggregates | alberta - canada

haukka exploration | aggregates | alberta - canada

Between November 2018 and February 2019, Haukka Exploration tested 100 quarter sections and discovered over 5 million tonnes of high-quality and strategically located gravel resources. Haukka repeated its success during the winter of 2019-2020 by finding over 1.5 million tons of economically feasible gravel deposits in 20 quarter sections searched.

Haukka Exploration has developed gravel prediction models for western Canada using data collected from an ensemble of sources. Over 1.3 million square kilometers have been modeled using proprietary cutting-edge artificial intelligence algorithms, giving aggregate producers a drastically improved probability of finding gravel compared with traditional methods of exploration. These models allow Haukka to instantly discard over 99% of land unlikely to contain significant aggregate deposits. The remaining 1% is then analyzed from the ground and air to identify the best targets for field testing.

Haukka Exploration provides full-service exploration using machine learning modeling and an experienced team of field personnel. Clients define an area of interest where gravel is required for their operations, and Haukka searches the area for the optimal deposit.

Haukka Exploration provides full-service exploration using machine learning modeling and an experienced team of field personnel. Clients define an area of interest where gravel is required for their operations, and Haukka searches the area for the optimal deposit.

Haukka Exploration has a fleet of drill trucks and earth-moving equipment for aggregate testing and Haukka's personnel have experience with electromagnetic sensing equipment. All field data is captured real-time with a cloud-based system to enable agile decision making and enhance exploration planning.

Haukka Exploration is committed to creating positive relationships when acquiring landowner permission to test for aggregates, and is experienced in developing legal documentation such as first right of refusal and lease agreements.

Haukka Exploration is extremely knowledgeable at complete pit and reclamation planning: from acquisition of development permits through provincial code of practice approvals and registrations, water act approvals, and all other regulatory requirements.

Haukka Exploration welcomes landowners who believe they may have gravel on their land to contact us for a rigorous evaluation of their potential deposit. Haukka can ensure discovered aggregate resources are brought to market as quickly as possible with competitive royalty rates, and that the land is reclaimed properly at the end of the life of the pit.

Brad is a first class power engineer with a background in manufacturing in the oil and gas sector. He has owned and operated a gravel crushing and supply company since 2012. He realized early on that finding aggregate reserves was essential for his company to continue to grow and wasn't satisfied with the existing options. He heads Haukka Exploration and applies his vision for a better exploration and operations experience to the company every day.

Mark is an engineer specializing in software and hardware automation and has been involved in a wide variety of technology development projects as a consultant since 2006. He builds the machine learning models which form the basis of Haukka's proprietary exploration technology and manages the GIS data generated by the company's operations. Mark is also responsible for developing new technologies to enhance operational efficiency.

Kelsey holds a B. Sc. (Honours) in Geological Science and has more than a decade of open pit mining experience. His knowledge of surficial geology is critical to the team's success in exploration, and his experience with the regulatory environment in Canada ensures operations are approved in a timely manner and without surprises. Kelsey is also President of Martin Remote Sensing Corp. and Benefert Agri-Products.

Vance has extensive experience working in all aspects of gravel crushing operations. Originally a loader operator, Vance quickly worked his way up to the role of a crushing superintendent. He also has many years of experience drilling for gravel with thousands of holes tested.

aggregate equipment manufacturer | elrus aggregate systems

aggregate equipment manufacturer | elrus aggregate systems

For progressive aggregate producers and operators who know the value of maximizing 'in spec' production, ELRUS Aggregate Systems develops and delivers the most reliable crushing, screening and conveying solutions in the marketplace a complete package of equipment, parts, mechanical services and technical support available wherever and whenever you need them.

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