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:: New Cone Crusher from Terex MPS

 

Terex Minerals Processing Systems (MPS) has launched the new MC1300 Cone Module “in response to customer feedback”, increasing the application and production capabilities of its existing modular product range. The modular product line consists of several pre-designed static and semi-static crushing and screening plug and play modules. Set-up time and ease of operation is aided by the simple design of the modular product range, according to Terex. Each module bolts together on site and requires minimal on-site wiring. Mark Crooks, Modular Product Line Manager commented, “With the addition of the MC1300 to our modular product line, we are now able to offer customers increased production and greater application capabilities. The MC1300 Cone Module can be matched with other units in the modular product line to create a system capable of processing up to 270 t/h."

The MC1300 Cone Module features the robust Terex TC1300 (1,300mm) cone crusher powered by a 225 kW electric motor. An unrestricted feed opening and a full range of configurations for short and long throw give the TC1300 high versatility. The all roller bearing design improves crushing efficiency. Additional TC1300 features include hydraulically adjustable closed-side setting, easy manganese changes, and a weather-protected control panel with user-friendly controls. Other key features of the MC1300 Module include an extra heavy-duty I-beam frame and a galvanized steel structure including walkways, steps, and guard rails. The module structure and all its components are CE compliant.

 

 

   

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