‘Special’ Metso Lokotrack heads to Vegas

05 March 2020

Metso has announced it will showcase a special edition Lokotrack LT4MX for visitors at the ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020 construction show in Las Vegas from March 10 to 14.

Special edition Lokotrack LT4MX cone crusher

Metso will feature a special made-to-order edition Lokotrack LT4MX cone crusher at ConExpo

The company said visitors will have a unique opportunity to see the mobile crushing plant equipped with an MX4 crusher.

“The Lokotrack LT4MX with Multi-Action technology cone crusher represents market-leading mobile crushing technology,” said Kimmo Anttila, vice president Lokotrack Solutions at Metso.

“The key benefits of this combination are high capacity combined with energy efficiency.”

The LT4MX is designed for increased safety and reduced environmental impact, with attention to reduced carbon dioxide emissions and dust and noise suppression.

Dust suppression is handled with high-pressure water spraying, while the engine is powered by Cat® and its emissions meet Stage V regulations.

Key safety features include large platforms and access to service locations, as well as emergency wires so that service can be completed safely.

Other features are described as a vibrating feeder, the optional side conveyor for fines separation and the large hopper, which provides continuous feed to the crusher and acts as a surge bin.

LT120 mobile jaw crusher with ST4.10 mobile screen

Lokotrack LT120 mobile jaw crusher, LT4MX coupled with the latest and biggest Lokotrack ST4.10 mobile screen

As a stand-alone operation, the feeding unit enables wheeled loader feeding.

When coupled with the latest and biggest Lokotrack ST4.10 mobile screen and the LT120 mobile jaw crusher, the LT4MX is said to deliver outstanding capacity, precision and mobility, especially in demanding aggregates applications.

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