SBM releases powerful mobile jaw crusher for stone and recycling applications
SBM Mineral Processing has released the JAWMAX 200, a compact and powerful entry model mobile jaw crusher that is ideal for not only the processing of natural rocks and stones, but also for recycling purposes.
The mobile plant features a large feed opening of 1,000 mm x 600 mm and can also be used as a primary crusher for impact mills at small sites. The automatic soft start ensures easy operation of the plant which makes it ideal for machine rental, as it is very easy to start or stop the plant by remote control from an excavator or wheel loader. The JAWMAX 200 features fully automated gap adjustment, overload protection, radio remote control, magnetic separator, and lowerable discharge conveyor. JAWMAX 200 has a transport weight of 27 tons, meaning that this crusher is a light-weight plant in the compact class. The plant is also fully electric.
With the product introduction of JAWMAX 200, SBM is repositioning its sales strategy in the field of mobile processing plants.
Over the last few years, the SBM team has made structural changes and has re-orientated the sales department. It aims to exclusively distribute mobile crushing and screening solutions via a network of distribution partners by the end of 2021. This re-orientation aims to ensure the economic success of SBM's clients in applications such as quarrying and processing natural stones, gravel, sand and ballast; construction and road construction; recycling of concrete, asphalt and construction waste; the mining industry; and the recycling of industrial waste products.
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