We have built a control trailer to run a feeder, Metso jaw screen, HP400 cone, screen, stackers, conveyors, and spares. The trailer is available for rent to replace a unit under repair or until we can build a custom trailer to meet all of a customer’s needs. It can be modified to match up with any make or model of cone and jaw crusher.
We supplied and installed additional switchgear c/w a PLC to a trailer we built in 2013 for Burnco Rock Products for their wash plant. The changes were made to provide for a larger 3 bin feeder and additional conveyors for the feed and product lines.
We supplied a trailer c/w switchgear and controls to Rocky Mountain Equipment for Pine Hill Colony by Red Deer. The plant includes a jaw screen, feeder, screen, Metso HP300 cone, stackers, conveyors, and spares. The chassis were built by Masaba Canada.
We installed plugs and LED lights into a service trailer for Competition Trailer Sales that was sold to Enmax. The power for the trailer is supplied by a retractable cord reel, making it easier to stow away when the trailer is being moved.
Here are some pictures of two electrical panels we built for Richardson Bros. (Olds) Ltd. for their plants that are crushing gravel for Calgary’s ring road. The starters are being used to run additional conveyors needed on the plant.
We made a trip up to Jasper to troubleshoot some wiring on an HP400 cone for Great West Equipment. The plant was just south of Jasper, and though some of the roads were iffy, the views were spectacular.
We supplied and installed switchgear an controls in a control trailer for Penner & Lewis Rock Technologies. The electrical is set up to run a jaw screen, feeder, twin screen plant, cone plant, and some conveyors and spares.
Here are some pictures of a 16′ enclosed trailer that we installed plugs and lighting into for Competition Trailer Sales. The trailer will be used by Enmax to service transformers. All of the lighting inside and outside are LEDs. The power for the trailer will be supplied by a 15A 125V plug at each site.
Attached are pictures of the trailer we built for Gilbertson Enterprises in November 2016. Gilbertson uses plant-mounted switchgear to run their equipment, so the switchgear in the trailer is a panelboard with breakers to feed power from the genset to the panels. The stainless steel plug boxes on each side of the trailer allow the user to wire in each panel. The customer will mount the genset into the trailer and connect it to the provide wiring to hook up the panel and lights.
Attached are pictures of the gravel crushing plant for Guy J. Bailey Ltd./Shoreline Aggregates in Baie Verte, Newfoundland. We built the trailer and controls for them through Toromont CAT. The trailer has a 2500A main breaker which is significantly bigger than most plants; generally the mains will be 1200-1600A. The plant will be used to crush gravel which will then be loaded onto barges to be shipped.