Terex introduces largest ever jaw module

By Lindsay Gale28 August 2014

Aimed at contractors that want a stationary crushing plant, as well as large quarries, Terex Mineral Processing Systems’ new MJ47 primary jar crusher module is the company’s largest jaw crusher. It features the, 0.9 x 1.2 m (3 X 4 ft) Jaques ST47 jaw crusher. Other key features include the Simplicity 1.3 x 7.3 m (4.3 x 24 ft) heavy-duty double-deck vibrating grizzly feeder, large capacity truck dump hopper, discharge conveyor, extra heavy-duty galvanized/painted I-beam frame, wrap-around maintenance access platform, stairs and guard rails.

Terex's modular product line consists of several pre-designed static and semi-static crushing and screening 'plug and play' modules. According to the company, set-up time and ease of operation are aided by the simplicity of the modular product range. Modules are designed to fit and work together interchangeably. All Terex MPS modules bolt together on site and require minimal on-site wiring.

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