Terex Finlay’s new LJ-130 hybrid jaw crusher is the largest mobile jaw crusher in its range. Developed for large-scale quarry and mining operations, the powerful machine can operate as a standalone primary crusher or integrated into a mobile or static crushing and screening plant.
The unit incorporates a Terex 1300mm x 1000mm high-performance electrically driven single toggle jaw chamber. The large chamber inlet opening has been engineered to accept the coarsest feed, including large boulders in the feed material. The 2.3-metre chamber cavity depth provides high reduction ratios and maintains an efficient material flow through the plant.
For ease of transport, the machine has a compact operational footprint. It can be split down into two transportable components without heavy crane assistance on-site for setting up, tearing down, and transporting between locations.
The hybrid jaw crusher features a 13.5m³ hopper with an integrated pan feeder and heavy-duty VGF feeder. It also benefits from automatic power monitoring to regulate and automatically increase or decrease material flow to prevent overload and ensure continuous choke feeding of the jaw chamber for optimum and uninterrupted productivity.
The LJ-130 can be powered either by the integrated 500kVA genset powerpack configuration or connected to an external power source. Both power options provide operators with significant power, servicing, and maintenance cost savings compared to a diesel/hydraulic powered plant.
“The LJ-130 hybrid jaw crusher has been developed to provide a robust and powerful mobile solution for operators seeking a highly productive machine for the most demanding and coarsest hard rock and ore applications,” says Alan Witherow, Terex Finlay product manager.