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Optimized cost per ton with Metso Alloy Hammers for Metso shredders

Optimized cost per ton with Metso Alloy Hammers for Metso shredders

The hammers used in shredder lines represent a key factor in plant efficiency. Metso has developed a new hammer series, Metso Alloy Hammer, with the goal of extending the lifetime of these tools. Featuring a special alloy, the high-quality cast-steel hammers from the Group's own foundry ensure substantially enhanced economic efficiency and can be used in all Metso's Lindemann shredder series.

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Tracked Jaw Crushers: uses, benefits and how technology is improving efficiency

Keestrack B4e with engine compartment removed to act as a genset.

Key factors to consider when buying a new tracked jaw crusher
Buyers considering their options when it comes to tracked jaw crushers have a number of factors in mind as they conduct their search. For many of them, the decision comes down to how the machine performs in terms of cost and efficiency, the reliability of the unit, and the strength of dealer support for each particular model.

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Metso introduces M&J FineShred 1550 and 3550

M&J FineShred 3550 single shaft fine-shredders feature in-line feeding and are designed to deliver a stable and homogeneous output, increasing the value of RDF.

Metso is introducing the M&J FineShred 1550 and 3550 models, the latest single-shaft FineShredders with vertical feed by a pusher. These shredders handle a wide range of different materials and are highly suitable for RDF production. Units can deliver a throughput up to 17 tons per hour - depending on the output size - and have homogeneous output from 10-100 mm. 

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New Metso MX crusher combines piston and rotating bowl into single crusher

Metso is introducing revolutionary rock crushing technology at the CONEXPO-CON/AGG industry event in Las Vegas. The Metso MX crusher is based on the patented Multi-Action crushing technology, which combines the piston and rotating bowl into a single crusher. The new crusher provides a giant leap in profitability by cutting operational costs 10 percent and enabling 10 percent higher uptime compared to traditional cone crushers.

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The rise of mobile impact crushers for recycling

The McCloskey I54 Impactor is designed for high quality and high production capacity in mobile applications, built around a 47- x 53.5-inch four bar impactor chamber with a 37- x 53.5-inch feed opening.

The mobile impact crushing plant, also known as the tracked impact crusher or recycling impactor, is recognizable mainly due to the fact that these crushers are mounted on a tracked undercarriage. Overall range of capacity for mobile impact crushers is roughly about 100 to 500 tons per hour. Today’s mobile impact crushers are especially ideal for smaller-scale recycling operations, for on-site recycling, and for tight-space urban and roadside applications. These units are transportable by trailer, simply driven off at the location of material that needs to be processed, and go to work very quickly. With their capability to produce accurately-sized, cubical-shaped end-product, mobile impact crushers work well as stand-alone plants, or they can add significant productivity to any operation, working in tandem with a jaw crusher or screen plant. 

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Metso shredder helps to solve municipal solid waste challenges for Jeju City, Korea

Jeju City is the capital of Jeju Province in South Korea. The city has grown quite rapidly since the 1970s and has a population of over 600,000. Every year, Jeju welcomes more than 14 million visitors from mainland Korea, Japan, and China. However, with the expanding population and the growing number of tourists, the waste input stream has increased from 150 to 350 tons per day. That is why the city decided to make 200 tons per day of solid recovered fuel (SRF) to supply the SRF consumers.

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Oak Cliff Recycling chooses Metso N Series Inclined Shear to speed-up production

The Metso N Series Inclined Shear (NIS) will help Oak Cliff Recycling to accelerate production of material processing and oversized scrap.

Oak Cliff Recycling has selected a Metso solution to maximize metal processing efficiency at the company's wide-ranging recycling unit in Texas. According to Metso, with their new N Series Inclined Shear (NIS), Oak Cliff Recycling will be able to accelerate material processing of bulky, oversized scrap.

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