Metso LT 1213 Impact Crusher, Year 2003, Volvo engine, Approx. 7500 hours -/+, Crusher feed opening 1320mm x 900mm, Hopper with vibrating feeder and grizzly section, Machine is in very good / original and full working condition Worldwide Export And Shipping Arranged.
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Kleeman MC110R Evo, Year 2013, Approx. 3725 hours -/+, Jaw opening 1100mm x 700mm with hydraulic CSS adjust, Magnet, Side belt, Deflector plate under the crushing box, Belt weigher, Original and full working condition. Video: https://youtu.be/HnrEpNP-z8Y Worldwide Export And Shipp...
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ID: 522 Metso Lokotrack 96 tracked jaw crusher, Year 2008, Cat C6.6 engine, Approx. 7250 hours -/+, Jaw opening 930mm x 580mm with hydraulic CSS adjust on the jaw settings and hydraulic release, Extended main stock piling conveyor belt with hydraulic folding for the transport, Deflec...
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Although it may sound like a blunt and basic piece of machinery based on its name alone, a crusher is actually a complex and capable assemblage of equipment which can work to reduce rocks to rubble.Read More
Although it may sound like a blunt and basic piece of machinery based on its name alone, a crusher is actually a complex and capable assemblage of equipment which can work to reduce rocks to rubble.
Usually mounted on tracks, although wheeled options are available, a crusher can be used for a range of tasks within the mining and construction industries.
And buying a used crusher is an option available to you if you are looking for a machine that represents better value than a brand new model can offer.
A tracked crusher is the most manoeuvrable form of this machinery, since unlike static assemblies it will be able to move around a site, reposition itself quite quickly and allow for ease of transport to other areas once its job has been completed.
Wheeled crushers, or those mounted on to the trailers of a truck, can also be found, although these tend to be smaller and capable of dealing with lighter loads than tracked units.Overview
Material will need to be loaded into a crusher's hopper, at which point the mechanisms within will apply pressure to it to reduce it in size by the specified amount. Pulverising large hunks of rock into stones, gravel and even sand-sized particles may be possible with a crusher, although the abilities of models will vary, and if you have a specific application in mind, then you will need to check the specifications closely.
Once material has passed through the hopper and the crushing jaws, it will usually travel by conveyor out of the crusher, at which point it can be deposited in a dumper or end up in any other receptacle for further processing or immediate use. Crushers may come with chambers that allow different sizes of material to pass through for the purposes of separation. This can be a convenient way of weeding out oversized or undersized particles during the process. There may also be features such as magnets to collect metallic materials from within the crushed stone so that they do not get in the way further down the line.
Things to look out for when selecting a crusher are aspects such as the size of the hopper, the power that is can deliver to its crushing jaws, the type of material it is suitable for use with and the variations in the resultant output that it can offer. Being able to invest in a used crusher which has plenty of adjustability may make it a versatile and important addition to an organisation.
Alternatively, a more basic or older model which is less adept but does a single task well and without fault may be a better investment, depending on your circumstances. With so many elements to consider and inspect, the purchase of a used crusher should not be taken lightly. This is particularly true of mobile units, which will require things such as the tracks and controls to be checked, as well as the engine, jaws, conveyors and other integral systems without which it could not operate.