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Sandvik's annual Global Distributor Conference demonstrates latest advances in mobile crushers and screens

Sandvik Construction Mobile Crushers and Screens held its annual Global Distributor Conference in Ireland from the 11th – 15th January. Over 120 people, representing 60 Sandvik Mobiles’ distributors from around 40 different countries, participated at the conference. The attendees were welcomed by Sandvik Construction President Dinggui Gao, before taking advantage of workshops, seminars and seeing the latest mobile crushers and screen plants demonstrated. Delegates from 60 distributors were in attendance this year to receive updates on Sandvik Construction's overall business, product briefings, as well as a range of activities aimed at helping customers’ world-wide. 

QA331 mobile three-way split screener

The QA331 is a brand new state of the art mobile three way split screener based on the Sandvik`s model QA330. The new model now comes with improved screening capacity, and is a robust, highly durable machine, that has been designed specifically for the recycling and contractor market.   

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.

Mobile scalper

The Sandvik QE440 has been developed to be tough enough to recycle mixed materials, and boasts 40 percent more screening area than its predecessor, the model QE340. Stockpiling conveyors on the QE440 are both wider, and higher, to deal with increased production capacity and to facilitate larger stockpiles.
These units are capable of being fed by large crushers and are ideal for a wide range of applications, including pre-screening and scalping, recycling of construction and landfill waste, and separation of cohesive aggregates.

UJ440i heavy jaw tracked crusher

Excellent for the recycling of demolition waste, the UJ440i is a very advanced and productive heavy jaw, tracked crusher. This state of the art machine uses an on-board integrated “intelligence” system that allows it to be continuously and automatically monitored, and is “married” to a fully tracked chassis.

Mobile jaw crusher

The QJ340 Mobile Jaw Crusher (formerly known as the Extec C-12+ Jaw Crusher) includes a vibratory feeder with automatic control to regulate the feed into the crusher, a hydraulic adjustment system to regulate the product size to be crushed, instant reverse crushing action to assist in clearing blockages, plus a Vogel automatic central lubrication system that increases machine up-time. The 12.3 cubic yard-capacity QJ340 can be used in a variety of applications, including concrete crushing in recycling yards or demolition sites, asphalt crushing, and rock crushing in quarries or construction sites.

Sandvik adds scalper to lineup

Sandvik recently added the QE340 mobile screen to their extensive line of screening equipment. The QE340, formerly known as the Extec E-7 Scalper prior to Sandvik’s acquisition of Extec, features a heavy-duty crusher-type chassis which ensures maximum up-time and a large total scalping area that allows for enormous rates of production. This machine is capable of being fed by large crushers, yet precise enough to produce precision aggregates, and tough enough to recycle mixed materials. In addition, a variety of screening media can be fitted to both decks. “The QE340 has proven to be an important addition to the Sandvik portfolio of screening equipment,” said Dan Allan, President, Sandvik Mining and Construction. “The design of the QE340 and Sandvik’s expanded support network will provide customers with a more dependable level of service while also ensuring minimal loss of production.” The QE340 is specifically designed for use in a variety of applications such as recycling, quarrying, contracting and mining.

Sandvik acquires Extec C-12+ Jaw Crusher

Sandvik has added the QJ340 Mobile Jaw Crusher to its extensive line of crushing equipment. The QJ340 was formerly known as the Extec C-12+ Jaw Crusher, prior to Sandvik’s acquisition of Extec in 2008. The QJ340 includes a vibratory feeder with automatic control to regulate the feed into the crusher, a hydraulic adjustment system to regulate the product size to be crushed, instant reverse crushing action to assist in clearing blockages, along with a Vogel automatic central lubrication system that increases machine uptime. In addition, the hydraulic legs on these units offer increased stability and servicing capabilities; and a high crushing speed, together with a large feed opening, provide high rates of production with high reduction ratios. The machine’s features along with the design aid in optimum fuel economy and low operating costs. “The QJ340 is a marquee product that highly compliments Sandvik’s portfolio of crushing equipment,” said Dan Allan, president of Sandvik Mining and Construction. “Sandvik now offers a full range of mobile crushing solutions in every size range.” The 12.3 cubic yard-capacity QJ340 can be used in a variety of applications, including concrete crushing in recycling yards or demolition sites, asphalt crushing, and rock crushing in quarries or construction sites.

BR 2155 hydraulic hammers

The BR 2155 hammer features a working weight ranging from 1,190 to 1,220 kg and an impact rate of 490 to 760 blows per minute. These hammers are designed for carriers in the 20 to 22-tonne operating weight class, and use a modular design for matching the hammer precisely to the application and material requirements at hand.

Rotor retrofittable into any autogenous VSI crusher

In 2002, Sandvik introduced its line of autogenous VSI (Vertical Shaft Impactor) crushers. This technology uses a rock-lined rotor to accelerate material which is then impacted in a highly energized rock-lined crushing chamber. The company has now introduced their autogenous Hurricane VSI rotor. Four new rotor and wear parts design patents are pending, and with the company’s Rotor Retrofit Programme it is possible for users of various makes of autogenous VSI crushers to incorporate this new rotor into their existing machines. “Among other major advantages, the characteristics of our new design have given reduced vibration levels inside the crusher,” says Gareth Orritt, Sandvik Mining and Construction. “Together with the weight, some 25 percent below all other competitors, the need for service is also reduced.” Key features of the Hurricane VSI rotor include: increased crusher availability and reduced maintenance; lower operating costs; increased rotor throughput up to 30 percent for the same power draw; increased discharge height; and fewer wear parts required, reducing total weight.

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