First publishedon www.AggBusiness.com
Terex Minerals Processing Systems (MPS), will launch its Making New Tracks large mobile plant strategy in North America at the forthcoming MINExpo International Show in Las Vegas (26–28 September 2016).
Being launched are three new tracked mobile plants, the LJ5532 jaw; LC450 cone, and the LV2050 VSI (vertical shaft impactor).
The LJ5532’s Terex JW55 single toggle heavy-duty hydraulically adjusted jaw crusher is mounted on a tracked chassis; requires no shim packing, and allows the CSS of the jaw to be adjusted in a matter of seconds.
The crusher boasts an advanced, user-friendly, control system and an efficient hydrostatic drive, which allows the end-user to vary the jaw speed on the fly and even run the jaw crusher in reverse as per particular application demands, such as recycled asphalt. The powerful hydraulic drive can also be used to unblock the jaw if the plant has been shut down fully loaded.
The LJ3255 features an independent pre-screen, located before the crusher, and the plant is powered by the Scania DC13 Tier 4 water cooled diesel engine. It is transported in one load.
The LC450 incorporates the Cedarapids MVP450X all-roller bearing cone crusher, which offers a hydraulic, maintenance-free, anti-spin device that helps improve cone liner wear life, as well as a hydraulic tramp overload protection system, TIR, that helps clear the crushing chamber of any potential tramp metal that may have entered the crusher with the feed material.
It is driven via V-belts by the Caterpillar C18 Twin Turbo engine. The crusher eccentric speed can be adjusted, via the engine rpm, to best suit the given application and feed material.
The LV2050 is a high capacity tracked rock-on-rock (ROR) Canica 2050 VSI (vertical shaft impact) crusher, which features the new patent-pending hydraulically controlled dual flow system that helps elevate the crusher’s throughput capacity without increasing the overall drive power.
The heart of the VSI is the six port heavy-duty closed rotor. The rpm of the rotor is controlled by changing the engine speed.
“The new product lines being launched in North America will serve an increasingly diverse range of materials handling sectors.
“The AggreScalp unit brings operators a well-proven, cost-effective and durable machine in a modular all-electric format. This is ideal for C&D recycling applications as well as quarry and mine overburdens and integrates seamlessly with other key TWS systems including AggreSand and AggreScrub. The UltraFines will tackle the increasing demand for fines recovery within numerous facets of the washing industry,” says David Quail, Terex MPS market area director for Americas.