New jaw crusher developed

IROCK has launched new mobile jaw crushers for mining applications.

The new TJ-3046 Tracked Jaw Crusher has been designed for medium scale mining and quarrying operations, and features a 2.33 cubic metre feeder as well as grizzly pre-screening.

Its feeder drive features a long control system for continuous, uninterrupted feeding, while an optional level sensor can be affixed to the jaw to control the feed rate to the crusher.

The crusher itself has an inlet opening of 1.17 metres by 76 centimetres, and is built with a hydraulic wedge adjustment to provide operators greater product sizing control, down to 5 centimetres.

IROCK’s TJ-3046 high swing jaw has an aggressive crushing action which speeds up material movement into the crushing chamber.

Its 1.22 metres crusher discharge conveyor can stockpile up to 3.5 metres.

A dirt conveyor comes as standard on the 50 tonne machine.

The jaw crusher also features remote control capabilities, with a wireless remote capacity allowing operators to tram the tracked machine around site, while its hydraulic folding sides provide faster installation and set-up at new jobs.

An operator friendly electronic crusher control system with touch screen HMI has been designed with ease of use in mind, and simplifies the crushing, service, and maintenance procedures.

Powered by a 260kW Cat C-9 ACERT Tier 3 engine, the crusher has an output rate of 445 tonnes per hour, while its efficient direct drive system results in minimal fuel consumption levels.


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