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Volume 66    Issue 3

Reducing the cost per mile of remote rocky road construction

Mining Engineering, 2014, Vol. 66, No. 3, pp. 42-42


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Linear crushers eliminate costly hauling and pit development, using existing rock to gravel road surfaces.

For those in mining, forestry, oil extraction or other professions requiring access to often remote locations, maintaining not only primary, but also secondary and even tertiary roads is often a must. But on unpaved roads, the more remote the greater the cost and challenge to maintain them with traditional commercial gravel sources or pit-based mobile rock crushers. 



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