IROCK Crushers says customer demand led to its introduction of a diesel option for its line of Sidewinder crushers. It offers the Sidewinder-15 with a 350-horsepower Caterpillar C-9 diesel engine, which powers a 134-horsepower generator for full on-board power. The power system is an alternative to the standard electric option. The crusher is V-belt driven and features a P.T. Tech clutch, which is said to decrease power loss and increase fuel efficiency. The machine incorporates a 5-foot-by-16-foot Cedarapids horizontal screen box with a triple-shaft design for long life. The manufacturer also equipped the unit with four hydraulic outriggers for quick plant set up.
IROCK Crushers | www.irockcrushers.com
Secondary and tertiary crushing
Kleemann’s Mobicone MCO 9i EVO/MCO 9i S EVO mobile cone crusher offers aggregate producers high-productivity secondary or tertiary crushing in a fuel-efficient, Tier 4 Final compliant machine. The S-version provides a discharge conveyor-mounted final classifying screen with oversized aggregate return conveyor to allow a closed material cycle and production of final particle sizes without a standalone screen. Optionally, oversize material can be discharged via the swivel-mounted return conveyor. The unit’s diesel-electrical drive provides low fuel consumption. Its power plant generates 332 horsepower at 1,500 rpm, and the unit can crush up to 287 tons per hour.
Kleemann | www.wirtgenamerica.com
Efficient portable jaw
McLanahan Corp. says its 3264 Portable Jaw Crusher helps producers do more with their resources by allowing them to become more efficient, more productive, and more profitable. The plant features a 3264 Universal Jaw Crusher, which can handle from 100 to more than 1,000 tons per hour of material. The jaw offers a compressive stroke that is nearly equal at the top and bottom of the chamber, producing more spec material at a lower cost per ton. Both hydraulic and shim adjustment are available on this crusher. It also comes fully equipped with a 62-inch by 25-foot Severe-Duty Vibrating Grizzly Feeder.
McLanahan Corp. | www.mclanahan.com
Crusher and screen
The Lokotrack LT220D combines a crusher and screen on the same chassis. It can be equipped with either the Nordberg GP220 or HP200 cone crusher. A large 10 square-yard screen is said to provide high capacity, as well as excellent screening efficiency. By combining this unit with a LT106 primary jaw crushing plant, operators can produce up to three calibrated end products using just two plants. The Intelligent Metso IC process control system also ensures safe and reliable control of the crushing process. A single Cat C13 diesel engine runs both crusher and screen.
Metso | www.metso.com
The UH450E is a compact track-mounted crusher and screener, which combines the Sandvik CH440 cone crusher with a loop-feed conveyor and a screening system. With the means to operate via electrical mains or an onboard diesel generator and the ability to work either as a secondary or tertiary unit, the plant is said to offer one of the most versatile, cost-effective and environmentally friendly mobile solutions on the market. Both the cone and screen come with a choice of crushing chambers and screening media, respectively, as well as with a wide range of options.
Sandvik | www.construction.sandvik.com
High production portable crushing
The Terex Cedarapids CRJ3750 plant combines a large 37- by 50-inch JS Series jaw crusher with a high stroke, 52-inch by 20-foot vibrating grizzly feeder resulting in a high production portable crushing machine. The mobile plant is said to be easy to operate and maintain. It features improvements such as wedge release jaw dies and hydraulic assist jaw crusher settings. Multiple options are available, allowing customers to configure the plant to meet specific needs. Options include a rock breaker, folding hopper wings, hydraulic jacks, hydraulic deployed switchgear, and quad or 3+1 axle configurations.
Terex Minerals Processing Systems | www.terexmps.com
Fuel-efficient jaw crusher
Powerscreen’s Premiertrak 300 jaw crusher is said to excel at higher fuel efficiency and lower transportation costs. The unit uses a 40-inch by 24-inch jaw chamber and is capable of producing up to 308 tons per hour of crushed material. Options include a vibrating grizzly feeder or a large fully independent hydraulically driven pre-screen. An optional hydraulically folding extended side conveyor, with a stockpile height of 10 feet, 2 inches, is available with the pre-screen feature. The crusher is powered by a 275-horsepower Tier 3-compliant Cat C9 ACERT engine or a 272-horsepower Tier 4 Final-compliant Scania DC9 engine.
Powerscreen | www.powerscreen.com