Telsmith to Introduce the T500 at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2017

Fri January 06, 2017 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

H3450 Hydra-Jaw crusher.
H3450 Hydra-Jaw crusher.

Located at the at booth #30332, Telsmith will be presenting two brand new solutions at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2017, including the latest innovation in T-Series cone crushers.

The newest model in the line-up of T-Series crushers that were originally introduced in 2012 is the T500, which is designed to deliver maximum uptime availability while also minimizing maintenance costs. This 500 HP crusher contains a 356 mm (14”) maximum feed opening and is capable of processing between 285 and 775 mtph. Features, such as anti-spin and fewer cylinders than competitive crushers provide the reliability that customers depend upon to maximize their processing operations.

T500 Cone Crusher

• 500 HP (373 kW)

• 356mm (14”) Maximum Feed Opening

• Capacity: 285 – 775 mtph

• Hydraulic Relief and Adjustment

• Anti-spin System

• Includes TRAC10™ automated control system

Telsmith will also feature an all new portable jaw plant, featuring the H3450 Hydra-Jaw crusher. The 863mm X 1270mm opening of the H3450 Hydra-Jaw is capable of processing up to 598 mtph, while the hydraulic toggle reduces maintenance and lowers operating costs with fast, safe hydraulic chamber clearing and tramp iron overload relief with auto resets.

H3450 Hydra-Jaw Portable Plant

• 863mm x 1270mm (34” x 50”)

• Processes up to 598 mtph

• Simple and Fast Hydraulic Adjustment

• Automatic tramp iron overload relief with auto-reset

• Fast, Safe Hydraulic Chamber Clearing

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