Cedarapids TG Series expands with modular solution

By |  April 8, 2020
The MC320 is available with standard crusher controls. Photo: Terex MPS

The MC320 is available with standard crusher controls. Photo: Terex MPS

Terex MPS launched the new Cedarapids MC320 cone module.

This introduction follows the recent launch of the Cedarapids TG/TGS series bushing cone crushers.

The MC320 cone module features the TG320 or optional TGS320 cone on the same universal base structure as the MC and MV series modular lines. The all-electric, pre-engineered solution can be easily transported in standard containers and bolted together onsite quickly with basic tools and minimal wiring, Terex MPS says. The new cone module can be installed with or without full concrete foundations.

The TG320 is a 300-hp bushing cone with a large feed opening, adjustable eccentric throw and multiple liners that allow operators to quickly and easily optimize production output in almost any application, according to the company. The 300-hp, 1800-rpm motor and crusher are mounted on a rubber-isolated frame, which is common between modular, portable and static platforms.

The galvanized steel structure includes oversize walkways, repositionable stairs and guardrails for safe access. Four plant emergency stops are placed around the platform for easy access during operation, Terex MPS adds.

The MC320 comes with standard crusher controls but can be optioned up with the addition of the CCM (command control module) switchgear panel. Additional options include an overflow chute and an off-plant conveyor starter kit.

Separately, Terex MPS unveiled a crushing and screening solution at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020 in the portable CRH1113R closed-circuit impactor crusher/screen plant. The CRH1113R features a brand-new crusher, screen and feeder – all designed to maximize production of the machine, Terex MPS says.

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