Peak performance from Metso's new Superior MKIII primary gyratory crusher

The SuperiorTM MKIII gyratory crusher is based on Metso's trusted crushing technology enabling a low cost per ton through energy efficiency, durability and optimized crusher performance
Source: Metso

The SuperiorTM MKIII gyratory crusher is based on Metso's trusted crushing technology enabling a low cost per ton through energy efficiency, durability and optimized crusher performance
Source: Metso
The Metso SuperiorTM MKIII provides a significant performance leap in gyratory crushing. Based on Metso's crushing technology, the MKIII is a high-speed primary gyratory crusher to deliver up to 30 % higher capacity and 70 % lower downtime in a comminution circuit. With a 1780 mm feed, the Superior MKIII 7089 has one of the largest feed openings on the market. Designed for the most demanding primary crushing conditions and with the new, patented SmartStation for optimized production, the Metso Superior MKIII brings whole new level of cost-effectiveness and reliability to operations.

 

The MKIII is a high speed primary gyratory crusher, surpassing traditional primary gyratory crushers by up to 30 % in speed, thus having a 30 % higher capacity. The rotable top shell ensures safe maintenance and reduces downtime by up to 70 %. In addition, the MKIII can be paired with the Metso Metrics solution for predictive maintenance and online asset management. "The MKIII is the 3rd generation of our trusted primary crushing technology and it has been developed in close dialogue and cooperation with our customers. With the Superior MKIII, it is possible to use smaller machines to achieve the same highest-duty performance, making it the most capex-efficient technology on the market for the primary stage," says Guillaume Lambert, vice president, Mining Crushers at Metso.

 

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