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Sandvik Mining has expanded its CH800 series of mining cone crushers, launching two technologically advanced models that improve productivity and profitability in the mid-range segment.
Sandvik CH860 for high-capacity secondary crushing and Sandvik CH865 for high-reduction tertiary and pebble applications feature higher crushing forces relative to mantle diameter and a 500 kW motor. The new crushers combine a range of advanced automation features for a more secure and productive process.
Both new crushers also feature the company’s ASRi (Automatic Setting Regulation control system) and Hydroset to ensure automatic operation at peak performance around the clock. ASRi constantly monitors pressure, power draw and mainshaft position and automatically adjusts the setting during full load.
The Hydroset main shaft support system provides protection from overloads by permitting tramp iron and other uncrushables to pass through the crusher before automatically returning to the original setting. The system automatically compensates for crushing chamber wear to provide consistent product size.
“Hydroset enables us to incorporate our unique PLC-controlled electric dump valve for tramp iron protection, which significantly reduces pressure peaks and mechanical stress on the crusher, greatly improving reliability," Christoffersson says. Close to one year of rigorous testing in a Chinese iron ore mine has produced excellent results.
“In these challenging times mines are often looking for increased productivity without necessarily expanding their plant," Christoffersson says. “Sandvik CH860 and Sandvik CH865 are easy to install as replacements to achieve this. In the test site we replaced a similar sized crusher, on the same foundation, to greatly increase final product and significantly extend crushing chamber liner life. The electric dump valve repeatedly proved its tramp iron protection value, reducing costly unplanned breakdowns."
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