ConExpo 2020: Metso displays Nordtrack line
The Nordtrack line from Metso has been designed for onsite crushing and screening, including for concrete recycling.
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ConExpo 2020: Metso displays Nordtrack line

Global producer of crushers and screeners says there are now 19 models in its Nordtrack mobile line.

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Finland-based Metso Corp. emphasized its Nordtrack crushing and screening product line at the 2020 ConExpo-Con/Agg event, which took place in Las Vegas in mid-March.

There are now 19 products in the Nordtrack line, according to Metso, with the newest ones ideal for construction and demolition jobsite use thanks to their “compact size and high performance, combined with an attractive price point.”

Metso says Nordtrack units “have standard designs for off-the-shelf availability, plug-and-play features and they can utilize the extensive Metso support network, making them ideal for a variety of applications like recycling, demolition, and the processing of sand and gravel.”

“The sales of Metso’s Nordtrack products have taken off as expected, and our customers have appreciated the way we meet the needs of different customer segments with this new offering,” says Vesa Tuloisela, director of Metso’s Nordtrack Product Offering in the Aggregates Business Area. “Metso has sold more than 50 units to date, about half of them to North America. Currently, Metso is developing the range further, and new features are still expected in 2020.”

The Nordtrack mobile range includes jaw crushers, impact crushers and mobile screens. The company describes the Nordtrack I908S mobile impact crusher as a compact and lightweight recycling crusher that is easy to transport between project sites.

All Nordtrack units are equipped with either a Volvo or Caterpillar engine designed to meet “the latest fuel restrictions,” says Metso. They also feature remote tracking controllers and an extra remote controller as standard or as an option for feeder operations.