Shanbao goes mobile

By Lindsay Gale04 December 2014

The Shanbao CT710J tracked jaw crusher was unveiled during bauma China

The Shanbao CT710J tracked jaw crusher was unveiled during bauma China

A new full range of mobile (tracked and wheeled) crushing and screening plants are now available from Shanbao, the brand name used by Shanghai Jianshe Luqiao Machines, which is 80% owned by Sandvik. According to the company, it has designed tracked, wheeled and modular units for primary, secondary and tertiary crushing and screening applications. Each is designed with operator safety in mind and the company said that maintenance and safety are of the utmost concern in its design process. As an example, daily service points are located on the machines with ground level access.

Shanbao wheeled units are designed for all on-road transport conditions. The design uses an easy setup configuration, with trailer and container concepts using a standard prime mover. In transport mode, each unit complies with transport height and width restrictions. Once on site, setup can be achieved within two hours, allowing a quick deployment time. One design highlight of the wheeled units is the ability to remove the trailer wheel-set from the frame for use on other wheeled mobile units.

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