April 5, 2011
CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, February 2, 2011 – The new Terex® Cedarapids MVP450X Cone Crusher boasts numerous features that increase the machines productivity and ease of use. Major new enhancements include high speed clearing of jammed material; quick crusher separation capability for faster manganese changes; easy to operate computer controls – the optional “Guardian” PLC control system optimizes production and is fully automated.
The new 400 hp (298 kW) MVP450X incorporates pinned cylinder ends that remove quickly to allow fast cone separation which results in faster manganese changes, reducing downtime. At the press of a button, fully guided dual action tramp relief cylinders provide 6″ (152 mm) lift for easy clearing of jammed feed material to reduce downtime and increase productivity. The hydro-pneumatic tramp iron relief system instantly resets the crusher setting after passing uncrushable material without having to activate valves and pumps. A high flow manifold system with five accumulators provides redundant cylinder protection. The hydraulic powered threaded upper assembly allows for quick crusher setting adjustment under load. Computer optimized main frame components are high endurance, all-cast construction. The new cone head is 4-times stronger for longer life. ElJay® Rollercone® roller bearing design provides high efficiency. Thoroughly field tested for two years in abrasive, hard rock applications, the MVP450X has proven its durability and productivity.
Terex Corporation is a diversified global manufacturer operating in four business segments: Terex Aerial Work Platforms, Terex Construction, Terex Cranes, and Terex Materials Processing. Terex manufactures a broad range of equipment for use in various industries, including the construction, infrastructure, quarrying, mining, shipping, transportation, energy, refining, and utility industries. Terex offers a complete line of financial products and services to assist in the acquisition of Terex equipment through Terex Financial Services. More information on Terex can be found at http://www.terex.com/.