Terex Cedarapids adds crusher series to lineup

By |  June 5, 2019
The TG Series will complement the current Cedarapds MVPX Series and Cedarapds TC Series cone crushers. Photo courtesy of Terex Cedarapids.

The TG Series will complement the current Cedarapds MVPX Series and Cedarapds TC Series cone crushers. Photo courtesy of Terex Cedarapids.

Terex Cedarapids, a Terex Minerals Processing Systems (MPS) brand, introduced the TG Series to its range of cone crushers.

The TG Series will be a Bronze Bushing Spider Bearing Cone and, the company says, will complement its current Cedarapds MVPX Series (screw type cone) and Cedarapds TC Series (floating bowl cone) crushers.

“The new range of TG Spider Bearing cones, being offered in both the large feed secondary and the ‘all-rounder’ tertiary configuration, will put us in a complete class of our own in the industry with no other OEM able to offer such a diverse and extensive cone crusher portfolio,” says Wayne van Antwerpen, the crusher technology product manager for Terex MPS. “With the inclusion of Bronze Bushing Technology, we can now open the door to the versatility that Bronze Bushings brings to the table. For example, the ability to quickly and easily alter the eccentric throw of the cone on site, simply by rotating the eccentric bushing. No expensive conversions and costly parts.”

The TG 320 cone crusher is designed for the aggregate and recycle industries. Photo courtesy of Terex Cedarapids.

The TG 320 cone crusher is designed for the aggregate and recycle industries. Photo courtesy of Terex Cedarapids.

The TG120 (120 hp), TG220 (220 hp), TG320 (320 hp) and TG420 (420 hp) crushers from the Spider Bearing range will focus on the aggregate and recycling industry. TGS models, the company says, can take about a 75 percent larger feed and can be fitted in a secondary or primary position in a controlled feed sand and gravel application.

Each model is available in the TG (tertiary) and TGS (secondary) versions. According to the company, the TG style, the can run in a secondary, tertiary and a quaternary position.

Two larger models – the TG820 (820 hp) and the TG1020 (1020 hp) – will be available for large capacity mining and quarry applications.

Joe McCarthy

About the Author:

Joe McCarthy is an Associate Editor of Pit and Quarry Magazine. You can contact him at jmccarthy@northcoastmedia.net and at 216-363-7930.

Comments are closed