Departments - Products & Equipment

January 25, 2010

Telsmith Inc., a Mequon, Wis.-based subsidiary of Astec Industries that manufactures crushing equipment, has introduced its Hydra-Jaw H2550 model, which the company says increases uptime and production capacity while streamlining operation and maintenance. Features include:

  • Hydraulic toggle system with a heavy-duty hydraulic cylinder that is custom-engineered for crushing applications
  • Relief and clearing systems eliminate downtime and prevent component damage while also increasing safety
  • Hydraulic chamber cleaning allows operator to safely clean the crusher
  • Hydraulics will crush any materials remaining in the chamber and prevent oversized material from impacting the product belt

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Atlas Copco, Commerce City Colo., has introduced the SBU 340 to its line of hydraulic breakers. Features include:

  • Compatible with carriers in the 9,920-pound to 19,840-pound weight class
  • Full-length floating tool bushing reduces wear on the bushing and working tool and helps prevent tool breakage
  • Simple tool retainer lock mechanism allows quick changing of components
  • Energy recovery design captures reflected energy when breaking very hard rock
  • 48-percent faster impact rate than its predecessor, the SB 300
  • Slim profile makes it easier for the operator to see and position the hammer
  • Well-suited for road work, trenching, general demolition, primary and secondary breaking, and underwater breaking

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