Hydraulic-driven Track Mobile Plant

Mobile crushers are loaded on their own crawler tracks or towed by truck horse when transported over longer distances to a new location. With tremendous flexibility and compact design, customers can take this machine directly to rock crushing plants or demolition sites for powerful, handy recycling of reusable construction materials, concrete debris, sand and gravel with economic efficiency.

Features

  • By adopting the advanced hybrid power design, it saves 30%~50% oil consumption.
  • Employing fully rigid board structure, the chassis features high strength, low contact pressure, good passing ability and good adaptability to hilly and marsh areas.
  • Operating system with imported direct servo technique can be easily and precisely controlled and travel in a infinite variable speed.
  • The stock bin baffle and side belt conveyor can be turnover by adjusting hydraulic cylinder, convenient for transport and maintenance.

Application

Hydraulic-driven track mobile plant are mostly use for crushing and screening in many areas, such as road construction, bridge construction, building, mining, metallurgical and energy industries, etc. Commonly materials like granite, marble, basalt, iron ore, copper ore, coal, slag and others are easily to be crushed by the crushing plant.

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