Remanufacturer offers second life for crushing, screening, washing equipment
JW Jones Company, based southwest of Indianapolis, Indiana, specializes in remanufacturing and refurbishing all makes and models of aggregate and recycle crushing, screening and washing equipment. The company upgrades operational efficiency and provides a greater return on investment for contractors and producers. The company will completely remanufacture portable and stationary cone crushers to perform like new or better, including Symons, Nordberg, Telsmith, Cedarapids and many other brands.
JW Jones management estimates that it has remanufactured and sold more than 1,000 cone crushers worldwide to date – with 60 percent of those being Symons cone crushers.
Most often, JW Jones searches for, acquires, and then remanufactures cone crushers from the ground up, including the chassis on portable units. The work is done in its cone fabrication facility, which is part of a 100,000 square-foot operations facility. Each cone crusher is completely taken apart, evaluated, remanufactured and then sold to contractors or producers worldwide at up to 50 percent less cost when compared to a new cone crusher.
According to the company, any part that is out of specification gets replaced, including: liners, main frames, bushings, gears, hoppers/bowls, heads, shafts, bearings, seals, housing, springs, motors, pumps, alarms and all other wear parts. The company also offers up to a six-month warranty and sometimes longer.
Remanufactured stationary and portable cone crushers are available in size ranges from two feet (0.6 metres) up to seven feet (2.1 metres). JW Jones remanufactures cone crushers engineered to crush materials of almost any hardness – from limestone to river rock – and can customize other manufacturer’s cone crushers to fit almost any plant operation with production requirements up to 1,500 TPH.