At bauma 2010 Hartl Powercrusher will be presenting its new “Powercrusher PC1 – PC6” product line. The PC1 compact plants (impactor, inlet width 1010 mm) and PC2 (jaw crusher, inlet width 1 020 mm), which have already been in operation worldwide since mid-2008, provided the design basis for the entire new series (Fig.). The medium-sized PC3 (impactor, inlet width 1250 mm) and PC4 (jaw crusher, inlet width 1250 mm) are used especially in recycling and aggregate processing and, despite their crusher size, score points with their optimum transport dimensions and comparably low overall width. The plants can be quickly and flexibly transported from one operating site to the next and, after a short set-up time 30 min maximum, can handle up to 300 t/h depending on the material and infeed size. One size class bigger, the PC5 (impactor, inlet size 1300 mm) and PC6 (jaw crusher, inlet size 1300 mm) are equipped as standard with a double-deck heavy-duty screen integrated upstream of the crusher for optimal screening and separation of the material prior to the crushing process. The pre-screened material, with adjustable size thanks to simple a screening surface changeover, is discharged on the side belt and the medium-size particles are fed below the crusher on to the main discharge belt. Depending on the application, rates up to 400 t/h can be achieved. Both plants can hydraulically lower the main discharge belt, giving optimal access below the generously sized crusher chamber and facilitating belt changeover. The belt frame has a built in adaptor system allowing it to be fitted with a screen box at any time. Installation of this optional screen box and the return belt also enables the production of two grades in one pass or operation in a closed circuit.
In addition, the complete new product range has already been designed to accept TIER 4 exhaust gas components which will come into effect for motors and installations in the USA and Europe from 2011, enabling a flexible and fast adaption to the necessary and prescribed generation of motors. The new fold-out combi-coolers permit easy access for service and maintenance. The louvre arrangements have also been redesigned to facilitate cleaning of the radiators. The use of wider tracks means gives the machines increased stability and mobility, especially for use on rough terrain. The entire new series is fitted with large covers and panels constructed of special GRP materials. Because of the nature of these materials, extremely good results are achieved with regard to impact strength as well as noise emission reduction – the larger panels permit optimum access for all service and maintenance work. The new series is rounded off with the PC1055J and PC1060I in the lower size range and the PC1610IG (impactor with an inlet opening of 1600 mm/capacity up to 500 t/h) in the higher size range.
Hartl Anlagenbau GmbH, St. Valentin (A),
Tel.: +43 7238 293-50, www.powercrusher.com
Hall B2, Stand 226