Telsmith ’s new T300 Cone Crusher has been rated the largest in-class clearing stroke and the highest in class crushing force. It is designed with the goal of lowering operating costs and increasing safety.
It is engineered for maximum uptime and productivity while delivering 300-HP performance and a crushing capacity output range from 125 to 400 tonne/hour in tough or abrasive mining and quarrying conditions.
It has a large clearing circuit for uncrushable materials to pass swiftly and safely.
The T300 comes with six cylinders, which is fewer in number than other units for lower maintenance time and costs. Yet it gives the largest crushing force availability.
The unit also comes with a new and enhanced patent-pending anti-spin component that stops head spin to prolong manganese life. Like other features, it is installed on top of the machine for top-service access.
It is also designed to run with pressure lubrication oil, while removing the use of a gear box and a separate hydraulic circuit.
The T300 has the biggest in-class, patent-pending hybrid bearings. They have both a static and dynamic – which means there is better lift to effectively carry the crushing forces.
Instead of the usual socket, socket liner, and head ball, hybrid bearings have a washer and ramp design to avoid time-consuming removal when servicing the machine.
The crusher is nitrogen-free and comes with a patented release system, which means high-maintenance hydraulic accumulators are not required.
Its patent-pending concave (bowl liner) retention system has a specially-designed and positioned lip ring that centres the bowl and accomplishes retention without the need of hammers and other hand tools. This results in further operational costs.
The ability to use a single bowl for all liners over its range of operation means there is minimal downtime and reduces inventory costs. It also allows maximum versatility, flexibility and efficiency in any crushing job.