McLanahan Corp.

By |  September 8, 2014

McLanahan Corp.Universal Engineering introduced the jaw crusher in 1906, and since then the technology has remained pretty much the same. When McLanahan Corp. purchased Universal in 2012, it began a total re-engineering to create a safer, simpler and smarter jaw crusher. Freedom Series Jaw Crushers have a re-engineered attack angle and crushing stroke pattern that increase capacity by 15 percent while minimizing wear on jaw dies. McLanahan has also calculated a new way to adjust the crusher’s close-side settings. The hydraulic rams are isolated from the crushing action, allowing full automation, finger-tip control and push-button adjustment—virtually eliminating toggle migration, reducing expensive problems.

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