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Posted on Monday, November 21, 2011
Fort Wayne, IN - Deister Machine Company, Inc., a leading manufacturer of high-quality vibrating feeding, scalping and screening equipment, introduces the Deister Portable Heavy-Duty Horizontal Screening Plant with Feed Conveyor as the latest addition to its new line of premium portable screening plants. Available in 6-foot x 20-foot; and 8-foot x 20-foot models; and offered in a number of custom configurations, the Deister Portable Heavy-Duty Horizontal Screening Plant with Feed Conveyor is a highly-mobile and versatile solution that is ideal for in-pit portability or ease of transport from site to site in crushed stone, and sand & gravel; or in concrete and asphalt recycle applications. Centered on the superior performance of the Deister heavy-duty horizontal triple-shaft vibrating screen, every Deister premium portable plant is engineered for maximum longevity, value and uptime – and is supported by unequaled service and parts availability. The Deister Portable Heavy-Duty Horizontal Screening Plant with Feed Conveyor incorporates numerous innovative features that include an optional 42-inch screen feed conveyor (48-inch on the 8-foot-wide unit); walking beam tandem-axle suspension; access ladders and walkways on both sides and front of the screen with hydraulic folding on one side; centralized grease points; chutes and hoppers lined or made from AR 400 plate; a 60-inch undersize conveyor below the 6-foot x 20-foot screen (or an 84-inch undersize conveyor on the 8-foot x 20-foot screen); 30-inch motorized head pulley cross conveyors (or 36-inch on the 8-foot x 20-foot screen); and self-cleaning, wing-type tail pulleys. Additional optional features include a receiving hopper for crusher return; an optional four (4) leg hydraulic leveling package with 12 VDC power pack and filtration; optional hydraulic cylinders to fold conveyor and additional cylinders to adjust discharge height; optional six (6) or eight (8) hydraulic leveling/Run-On cylinders powered by a Honda engine; and optional spring loaded belt scrapers. As a family-owned business with nearly a century of manufacturing excellence, Deister Machine Company remains a customer-focused leader in the aggregate and mining industries. For more information on Deister Premium Portable Screening Plants; or on its complete line of feeding, scalping and screening equipment; call 260-426-7495 or email firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit www.deistermachine.com.
Posted on Monday, November 21, 2011
Fort Wayne, IN - Deister Machine Company, Inc., is proud to announce that Co-Owner & Chairman Irwin F. Deister, Jr., has recently celebrated 60 years of service to the family-owned company, which is nearing its century-long mark as a leading manufacturer of feeding, scalping and screening equipment for the aggregate and mining industries. Irwin F. Deister, Jr., chairman, and E. Mark Deister, president, represent the family’s third generation at the company’s helm. Irwin and Mark act as co-chief executive officers, each owning 50 percent of the shares, and together forming the board of directors. Their grandfather, Emil Deister, who designed and built one of the first ore separating tables, founded the company in 1912 and began operations in a 5,500 square-foot plant in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The original plant is still in use amidst a total operation that today spans more than 350,000 square feet within its four factory facilities. Irwin Deister is a past chairman of the Manufacturers and Services Division of the National Stone Association, while Mark Deister served as chairman of the National Aggregates Association. Each is a life member of the board of the NSSGA, and both are dedicated to ongoing community service and a policy of donating five percent of annual profits to local charities. The Deister team is also committed to its 160-member employee family, many of whom have served the company for 20 to 40 years and beyond. The entire organization is committed to maintaining long-term customer relationships developed over decades of superior support and service that has resulted in the innovations, improvements and customization of Deister equipment. Before starting full time with the company in 1951, Irwin Deister attended the University of Michigan, where after completing two years in the Engineering School, he transferred to the Liberal Arts Department and received his Bachelor’s Degree in 1951. He is also a veteran of the U.S. Army where upon completion of study at the U.S. Army Finance School at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis, he was retained there as an instructor for 1 ½ years. He has been married to his wife, Jane, for 54 years and is the father of two daughters, and a grandfather of four. Following in the footsteps of their fathers and grandfather, who remained “on the job” well into their 90s, neither Irwin nor Mark are planning to retire anytime in the near or even far future. Each feels that “it is a pleasure and a privilege to serve this industry.”