EvoQuip introduces primary jaw crusher

By |  June 15, 2023
EvoQuip says its Bison 340 primary jaw crusher is designed for operators in quarrying, demolition, recycling and mining applications. Photo: EvoQuip

EvoQuip says its Bison 340 primary jaw crusher is designed for operators in quarrying, demolition, recycling and mining applications. Photo: EvoQuip

EvoQuip launched the Bison 340 – the newest and largest addition to the company’s Bison jaw crusher range.

The 34-ton crusher has a 39-in. x 23-in. jaw chamber opening and has an output potential of 308 tph, depending on application, according to EvoQuip.

The company says its Bison 340 primary jaw crusher is designed for operators in quarrying, demolition, recycling and mining applications. It features track mobility for quick setup time and hydraulic crusher setting adjustments for total control of product size.

The hydrostatic drive, which is included standard, allows the crusher to be run in reverse. EvoQuip says this is particularly useful for removing blockages from the chamber or when crushing in sticky applications like asphalt.

“The Bison 340 jaw crusher is a big addition to EvoQuip’s Bison range, which can cater for operations of all different sizes and needs,” says Andrew Armstrong, product manager at EvoQuip. “It has a heavy-duty, wear-resistant feed hopper. The aggressive crushing action is accompanied by a high swing jaw, which encourages material entry into the crushing chamber. Pair that with the hydrostatic ability to run the crusher in reverse, this results in the Bison 340 having high production and minimal downtime.

“As with the entire EvoQuip range, the Bison 340 is compact and easily transported from site to site,” Armstrong adds. “The Bison 340 is at home in hard rock quarry applications, as well as recycling applications. It also has an efficient drive system and low engine RPM to enable it to be run with low fuel consumption.”

All Bison jaw crushers come with the T-Link telemetry system fitted as standard, providing customers with real-time information on the performance of their machine, leading to effective machine management and maximized uptime, according to EvoQuip. This data can be accessed through a tablet or smartphone and provides comprehensive information on the location, fuel consumption, tonnages, wear ratings and operating hours along with much more.

The Bison 340 is available to order now for 2023.

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