Sandvik Construction Launches Crushing Chamber Upgrade Package

Fri April 11, 2014 - National Edition
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Optiagg takes the guesswork out of optimizing crusher performance as there is a step-by-step process that includes analysis of the current conditions, modeling to identify the optimal configuration and setup, as well as the validation of the outcome.
Optiagg takes the guesswork out of optimizing crusher performance as there is a step-by-step process that includes analysis of the current conditions, modeling to identify the optimal configuration and setup, as well as the validation of the outcome.



Sandvik Construction has launched Optiagg — a new way to secure more profitable cone crusher output with minimal investment. The Optiagg package includes computer modeling and analysis, in addition to a redesigned mantle, a concave ring and all other required spare parts.

Through the launch of Optiagg, Sandvik Construction now offers a new dimension in operational support for its CH430, CH440 and CH660 cone crusher models. As well as complete redesign of the mantle to deliver greater efficiency, the real benefits are to be found from the computer modeling and analysis, as they provide a scientific approach that secures more of the most valuable fractions without costly trial and error, according to the manufacturer.

Tailored Improvements

Effectively Optiagg takes the guesswork out of optimizing crusher performance as there is a step-by-step process that includes analysis of the current conditions, modeling to identify the optimal configuration and setup, as well as the validation of the outcome. This results in the chamber setup being able to be fine-tuned according to the desired output, and the specific demands of the application.

Typically, customers want to gain more of a specific fraction while either reducing the level of fines, or increasing the reduction ratio. Through using Optiagg a clear insight into the gains that can be expected can be seen, with the resulting improvements being predictable and consistent. This enables an accurate economic forecast of the crusher’s output, and, in most cases, the investment will pay for itself within a short timeframe.

Jesper Persson, vice president crusher spare and wear parts, Sandvik Construction explained: “Optiagg is not just a new product — it’s a completely new approach that enables us to deliver what the customer wants with greater certainty. We can promise more truckloads of the most valuable fractions. The customers who tested Optiagg were amazed when they calculated their potential annual gains. If you have a Sandvik cone crusher, it’s truly a no-brainer solution.”

Additional Savings

Optimizing output through using Optiagg can result in a number of further potential benefits, including reduced wear and tear on the mantle and concave ring, as well as possible energy savings, according to the manufacturer.

For more information, visit www.sandvik.com.