Supply to Sweden

Recently dsb innocrush supplied a new jaw crusher, the INNOCRUSH 53j, to Sweden (Fig.). Swedish granite is known to be particularly hard and abrasive. Therefore, equipment is needed to mee these requirements. The above machine with a total weight of 52.9 t and a feed opening of 1260 x 800 mm including its drive motor CAT C13 has an output of up to 400 t/h. At present, the machine is operating in two shifts about 20 h/d and supplies material for the extension to the port of SCA in Sundsvall. 

“Altogether we have about 1.3 million t of material to be crushed. However, I am confident that with the INNOCRUSH 53j it will be child’s play”, said the new owner, Örjan Thalen, Managing Director of Skogskrossarna in Hammarstrand.

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