Shanbao introduces improved mobile jaw crusher
First publishedin bauma China
Shanbao's versatile new CT170J mobile crusher is one of three track-mounted machines now available from the firm
Shanbao has introduced a new mobile jaw crusher it will sell in both China and emergent markets. This track-mounted machine has been designed and developed in the firm’s factory close to Shanghai. Olivia Weng, international sales director explained that the crusher can be used in an array of applications in the cement, quarrying and asphalt sectors. She said, “We developed a mobile machine as it’s more versatile than a fixed plant.”
The firm is looking to expand its worldwide coverage, particularly in markets such as the CIS, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. Following Shanbao’s acquisition by Sandvik two years ago, the Chinese firm has had more resources available for new model development, such as for the CT710J mobile crusher. This is one of three track-mounted crushers Shanbao now builds, with the range offering throughputs of 100-250tonnes/hour.
Power for the mid-sized CT170J comes from a Cummins diesel, though the machine can also be run from an electric power source if the site has this utility available. The jaw crusher features an opening of 700mm x 1,100mm, allowing it to handle a wide range of materials in a primary function and has magnetic separation to prevent tramp iron damage. Measuring 2.5m wide by 4m high and weighing 55tonnes, the machine is also designed for easy transport on road according to Weng.