Trevi Benne unveils FR200 crusher

By Lindsay Gale20 April 2010

Italy's Trevi Benne launches its FR200 crusher at bauma

Italy's Trevi Benne launches its FR200 crusher at bauma

Italian attachment suppler Trevi Benne used the Bauma show to officially launch its new FR200 crusher, two models of which are currently in service with a Spanish demolition contractor.

The new attachment weighs in at 20,580 kg (45,276 lb) and provides a jaw opening of 1.9 m (6.3 ft).

Boom mounted, the tool requires a carrier of at least 120 tonnes and has an operating pressure of 340 bar.

The FR200 is the largest crusher produced by this Italian manufacturer, who told D&Ri that it was developed in response to a particular customer requirement.

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