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Telestack’s to exhibit popular LF520 Revolution at forthcoming STEINEXPO

Global leader in the design and manufacture of mobile material handling equipment Telestack, look forward with great anticipation to exhibiting at the forthcoming SteinExpo which takes place from 30 August to 2 September in Homberg/ Neider-Ofleiden, Germany. Held in one of Europe’s largest basalt quarries, Telestack will exhibit the LF520 Revolution – a highly popular unit across the globe. Co-exhibiting with their highly respected German dealers, C. Christophel GmbH and Jurgen Kolsch GmbH, visitors will be able to view the LF520 Revolution on Stand C27, Demo Area C.

 LF514 displayed at Bauma 2016 which was sold to Zurcher in Germany – a large German rail infrastructure company who used the LF to load rail cars with railway ballast.

Commenting on the forthcoming SteinExpo, Malachy Gribben Commercial Director stated, “Telestack look forward to exhibiting at SteinExpo in its tenth year. Germany is a key market for us and our products are well known, widely distributed and trusted. We have LF units across the globe that are used in a variety of applications from stockpiling crushed glass in Germany, bargeloading on an airport construction project in Japan, to a coal ash clean-up project in USA. The addition of the Revolution feature which allows the unit to turn 360°, has added to the flexibility and functionality of the unit. We continue to invest in our hopper feeder range and our portfolio of LF applications is by far the most varied and comprehensive among manufacturers of this type of product and our units in the field are supported by experienced and reliable partners who understand their customer’s business.”


 The LF520 in Norway used to stockpile in a quarry and then tracked to quayside to be used to load barges.

LF520 Revolution Hopper Feeder                 

The LF520 Revolution Hopper Feeder is a track mounted fully mobile conveyor designed to work at production rates of up to 500tph (550 Ton per hr). Telestack’s low feed, hopper feeder range is designed to be loaded directly from wheel loaders, grab cranes, excavators etc. feed auxiliary equipment, reclaim to other conveyors, directly load ships, trucks, rail wagons etc. Since the hopper feeder is track mounted the unit has excellent mobility on site and will eliminate double handling of material, which reduces overall costs for operator.

The LF model also has a significantly lower feed in height compared to standard hopper feeders which allows for rear feeding which can be beneficial when operating in constrained areas. The range of standard machine types is available with boom lengths up to 24 metres or fully customised to suit the Client’s specific application, feeding equipment and site conditions. The LF range has a generous hopper width and the heavy duty feeder has a full impact bed for aggressive application/large lump sizes which makes it the ideal design for being fed by loader and excavator.

Padraig McDermott, one of Telestack’s International Sales Manager for Germany continues “We had an LF514 at the Bauma exhibition in Munich last year which was sold to the large German rail infrastructure company Zurcher to load rail cars with railway ballast and it generated great interest on the stand among people from a range of applications. Our ability to demonstrate the versatility of the LF has quickly given it a solid reputation. We have a customer in Norway who uses his LF520 to stockpile in his quarry and then tracks the LF520 to the quayside and uses the same unit to load barges. We have many who use it in warehouse applications simply because it is easier to feed as the loader is able to drive straight in and tip. The addition of the Revolution feature has only added to the flexibility of the unit and its improved manoeuvrability is already having positive impact with operators insisting on the revolution feature.”

The additional Revolution feature comprises of the hopper feeder range with centre mounted slew bearing that enables 360° rotation and movement of the hopper to enhance the mobility and flexibility on site. The mobility feature makes it ideal for barge loading and unloading, rail loading / unloading and stockpiling. The ability to move parallel enables the operator to manoeuvre the unit parallel to the vessel, minimising repositioning thus enhancing loading rates and efficiency.

3d Image of LF Revolution loading aggregates to rail wagons from wheel loader

Renowned for their innovative approach, Telestack are considered one of the key pacesetters within the bulk handling industry. As specialists in the complete design, manufacture and commissioning of mobile bulk material handling systems, the Telestack products can handle all free flowing bulk materials including ores, coal, aggregates, fertilizers, grains, woodchips, pellets and many more bulk materials. With one of the most comprehensive product offerings in the industry, Telestack can offer personalised solutions from an extensive range of Ship Loaders and Unloaders, Hopper Feeders, Truck Unloaders, Bulk Reception Feeders, Stockpiling Conveyors, Link Conveyors and Telescopic Stackers.

To arrange a meeting with any one of the Telestack experienced personnel at the SteinExpo 2017 exhibition, please email


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