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The latest crushing, hydraulic breaking equipment

By |  February 18, 2021
Photo: Metso Outotec

Photo: Metso Outotec

Metso Outotec complemented its line of mobile and modular stationary crushing solutions with a sizer option specially designed for soft ore and aggregate applications. The new additions to Metso Outotec’s mobile Lokotrack product line are equipped with Komatsu’s sizer technology, and they’re available in five models ranging from 500 to 4,500 tph. Metso Outotec’s recently launched modular FIT crushing stations are also available with sizer configurations. Both the mobile and modular solutions were engineered in collaboration with Komatsu, the company says.


Photo: Telsmith

Photo: Telsmith

Maximize uptime with jaw crusher

The 4448 Iron Giant jaw crusher incorporates maintenance features such as replaceable liners built into several areas to protect components from wear while lowering maintenance costs and maximizing uptime, Telsmith says. To begin adjustment, hydraulic cylinders do the heavy work of unlocking the wedge and moving the beam forward. Easy-to-handle, lightweight shims are used to fix the setting, the company says. Hydraulics then drive the wedge in place, firmly locking the beam into position without the need for special tools. Available in both stationary and portable configurations, the 4448 Iron Giant has throughput capacities ranging from 349 to 936 tph and closed-side settings ranging from 5 to 12 in.


Photo: Terex MPS

Photo: Terex MPS

All-electric plant fits a variety of layouts and applications

The CRC320 plant from Cedarapids features the TG320 300-hp bushing cone crusher with a large feed opening. This portable plant runs smoothly with the optional canted jack system and is easily transported on the road or on-site, the company says. The all-electric plant makes the TG Series cones portable to fit a variety of layouts and applications. The CRC320 combines the TG320 cone crusher and a 15-hp, 42-in.-wide discharge conveyor on a portable, all-electric chassis. The crusher is fitted with an overflow chute and a removable overflow panel so the overflow can buffer feed surges in a closed-circuit application. According to Cedarapids, safety and ease of maintenance are forefront in the design of the CRC320.


Redesigned crusher expected to be released early this year

Keestrack plans to introduce a redesigned I4e tracked mobile reversible impact crusher this spring. According to Keestrack, the redesigned machine that’s coming can be utilized in secondary crushing and recycling applications thanks to reversible impact crusher technology. The design of the reversible horizontal impact crusher with a large variable crushing chamber, powerful rotor and electronically monitored hydraulic gap adjustment allows for feed sizes of up to 250 mm, Keestrack says. Also, the design ensures consistently high-quality end products of up to minus-2 mm in a closed circuit, the company adds. Keestrack says secondary and tertiary crushing can be combined through the I4e. The company is positioning the crushing plant as an alternative to mobile cone crushers and vertical impact crushers.


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