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Q1240 impact crusher built for recycling

Q1240 impact crusher built for recycling

The QI240 demolition and recycling impact crusher was specifically designed for the recycling of demolition materials on-site. Units feature mobility, high productivity, transportability, minimal environmental impact and user-friendliness.

The QI240 utilizes Sandvik impactor technology, enabling the development of a fully mobile, compact impact crusher designed to work in a primary or secondary capacity, either independently or in conjunction with another machine.  

Key features include: a pre-screen and underpan feeder; choice of grizzly, punch plate or heavy-duty top deck mesh; a flexible Pri-Sec impactor; two hydraulically-adjustable apron curtains; and a tip range of 30 m/s to 37 m/s. 

Sandvik also recently unveiled their new Q1440 Track-Mounted Impactor.    

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Kungsbron 1
Section G, floor 6
SE-111 22 Stockholm,
SE,

Website:
sandvik.com

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