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Sandvik Mobiles launches new S type gyratory cone crushers

First publishedon www.AggBusiness.com
2013 November
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Sandvik Construction Mobiles’ new S type gyratory cone
Sandvik Construction Mobiles' new S type gyratory cone crusher is officially launched in Northern Ireland
Over 100 customers and distributors joined Sandvik Construction Mobiles as the new S type gyratory cone crusher range received its official launch in Northern Ireland. At the launch event the guests undertook a tour of the Sandvik Ballygawley facilities, participated in interactive seminars/presentations, and saw the QS441 and QS331 demonstrated at a local quarry.

Sandvik says its S type gyratory cone crusher has proven itself in stationary applications for over 30 years, becoming one of the most reliable, versatile and productive cone crushers available.

“This proven piece of technology has now been incorporated into self-contained, diesel driven, track-mounted plant, offering customers superior performance, and high product quality, in a fully mobile version. The two models which mark the launch of the new mobile range comprise the larger QS441 56tonne unit, which features the CS440 cone, and the smaller, more compact 36tonne QS331, which incorporates the CS430 cone crusher,” says the company. 

On the second day of the launch event a full schedule of activities was laid on, with the guests being welcomed to the Ballygawley facility, before being taken to a local quarry. Here the QS441 and QS331, as well as two other new additions to the Mobiles’ Premium range, the QE141 Scalper and QI341 Prisec Impactor, were demonstrated.

“The two-day launch event in Northern Ireland proved to be the perfect occasion for the introduction of the latest additions to the Sandvik Mobiles product range. The activities laid on enabled Sandvik to fully introduce the features of these new products, help customers identify how they will be able to benefit from them, as well as seeing Sandvik’s first class Ballygawley facilities at first hand.”

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