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Cone crusher utilizes Symons principle

By |  March 23, 2016

In booth 2214 at AGG1, McLanahan Corp. discussed its new cone crusher, which operates on the Symons principle, and is designed to provide a balance of high performance and long service life. Called the MSP (McLanahan Symons Principle), the new crusher offers features such as a balanced eccentric, higher speeds, fulcrum point position and stroke. A balanced eccentric coupled with a fulcrum point ideally placed over the crushing chamber yields highly effective compression crushing, allowing higher eccentric speeds to maximize performance without disruptive forces. The eccentric stroke is designed to work with the speed and fulcrum position to produce higher product yield and minimize recirculating loads. The company says the torque and resulting crushing forces are as effective as virtually any cone crusher currently on the market. By creating a more effective compression crushing, the MSP cone crusher also reduces liner wear, reducing wear costs, allowing higher product yield and resulting in decreased overall cost per ton of finished product.

Watch this video to learn more about McLanahan’s new equipment.

About the Author:

Darren Constantino is an editor of Pit & Quarry magazine. He can be reached at dconstantino@northcoastmedia.net.

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