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Telesmith H3244 Hydra-Jaw Is Largest to Date

Thu February 03, 2011 - National Edition
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Engineered with a true 32-in. (81 cm) gape and a 44-in. (112 cm) width, the H3244 is designed to accept larger feed in hard rock quarry, and sand and gravel applications.
Engineered with a true 32-in. (81 cm) gape and a 44-in. (112 cm) width, the H3244 is designed to accept larger feed in hard rock quarry, and sand and gravel applications.

Telsmith Inc.’s, H3244 Hydra-Jaw is the largest model to date within the Telsmith Hydra-Jaw Series. Its advanced jaw crusher technology offers lower operating costs, increased uptime and production capacity, streamlined operation and maintenance and greater safety, according to the manufacturer.

Engineered with a true 32-in. (81 cm) gape and a 44-in. (112 cm) width, the H3244 is designed to accept larger feed in hard rock quarry, and sand and gravel applications; and can be mounted on portable plants or modular fixed structure assemblies.

Behind the enhanced operational efficiencies of the new H3244 (and prior Hydra-Jaw models) is the incorporation of the Hydra-Jaw toggle, which provides hydraulic tramp iron relief with automatic reset, chamber clearing and push-button setting adjustments. With finger-tip operation in the control house or from a remote location, these hydraulic systems eliminate costly downtime and prevent component damage, while also protecting workers from risks typically associated with clearing the crusher.

For more information, call 800/765-6601or visit www.telsmith.com.