Telsmith’s T-Series cones rebranded as ‘Titan’

By |  May 30, 2019
All Titan models are available as stationary units with the Titan T300 and Titan T400 also available as portable plants. Photo courtesy of Telsmith

All Titan models are available as stationary units with the Titan T300 and Titan T400 also available as portable plants. Photo courtesy of Telsmith

Telsmith’s T-Series cone crushers have a new name, with the company rebranding the product line as Titan.

“We made various improvements to the T-Series cone crushers throughout the years and felt that the performance and longevity of these cones deserved a name that had more than just a ‘T’ in front of it,” says Jeff Gray, vice president of sales and marketing at Telsmith. “The name ‘Titan’ was inspired by the Greek Titan god, Atlas, who is known for strength and endurance.”

With sizes ranging from 300 to 900 hp, Titan cone crushers have features such as Hybrid Thrust Bearing Technology, Hydraulic Relief and Clearing, and a Hydraulic Anti-Spin System.

Telsmith’s Hybrid Bearing Technology within Titan cone crushers provides the ability to crush at lower horsepower from improved lift that helps carry the crushing forces when compared to roller bearing machines, the company says. Engineered to hold up to tough, abrasive aggregate and mining processes, Titan cones with hybrid bearings deliver tested productivity, safety and ease of maintenance with maximum uptime.

Additionally, simple and safe hydraulic relief and clearing allows uncrushable materials to pass through large clearing circuits safely and quickly, Telsmith says. Also, having fewer cylinders reduces maintenance costs.

Telsmith’s Anti-Spin System prevents head spin to extend manganese life. An automatic reset feature with no shear bolts in the assembly requires no parts replacement or repair time.

According to Telsmith, Titan cone crushers are ideal for mining, aggregate, crushed stone production, and recycling applications by offering output capacities ranging from 119 to 2,134 metric tph or 130 to 2,350 short tph, depending on the desired final output size.

All Titan models are available as stationary units with the Titan T300 and Titan T400 also available as portable plants.

Kevin Yanik

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Kevin Yanik is the editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry magazine. Yanik can be reached at 216-706-3724 or kyanik@northcoastmedia.net.

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