Metso mobile crushing and screening offering
Published by John Williams,
Global Mining Review,
Nordtrack™ crushing and screening product range for the aggregates industry, specifically targeting the general contractors, was launched in October 2019. The new Nordtrack offering consists of 19 products to complement Metso’s mobile crushing and screening solutions.
The new Nordtrack products are designed for general contractors, due to their compact size and high performance. They have standard designs for off-the-shelf availability, plug-and-play features and they can utilise the Metso support network, making them ideal for applications such as recycling, demolition and the processing of sand and gravel.
The Nordtrack range features two mobile jaw crushers, the Nordtrack J90 and Nordtrack J127, and one impact crusher, the Nordtrack I908S. The Nordtrack J127 is a wide jaw crusher, with nominal feed opening of 50 x 29 in., making it ideal for sand and gravel operations.
The Nordtrack I908S mobile impact crusher is a compact size, lightweight recycling crusher that is easy to transport between project sites. Nordtrack crusher units come with crusher automation. Additionally, the range features six different mobile screens, ranging from heavy duty scalper Nordtrack S2.11 with a large screening area, two deck Nordtrack S3.7 and Nordtrack S4.7 screens, 3 deck Nordtrack S3.9 and Nordtrack S4.9, to the Nordtrack S4.12 big heavy duty screener.
All units are equipped with Volvo or CAT® engines, meeting the latest fuel restrictions, and power take off (PTO), which allows connecting multiple units together. They also feature remote tracking controllers and extra remote controller as standard or as an option for feeder operations, increasing the safety and ergonomics of the operating staff.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/product-news/10032020/metsos-nordtrack-mobile-crushing-and-screening-offering-received-well-by-customers/
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