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TATA Mobile Crusher For Quarrying and Mining,TATA Mobile Stone Crusher and Screening Plant

TATA Mobile Crusher For Quarrying and Mining

With mine-development programs seemingly little affected by the global economic slowdown, there has been a steady stream of news from the major manufacturers about new crushing installations. Some are for completely new mines while others, such as the two semi-mobile units recently installed at Boliden’s Aitik copper mine in northern Sweden, have been commissioned as part of capacity expansions.

Supplied by Sandvik, both units have a capacity of 8,000 t/h. At the heart of each is a gyratory crusher that takes run-of-mine ore and reduces it to minus-400 mm for belt transport to the intermediate stockpile that in turn provides the concentrator feed.

Other recent crusher orders that have either been fulfilled or are in the process of supply by Sandvik include a primary gyratory unit for Tata Steel in India and six cone crushers for Areva’s Trekkopje uranium project in Namibia.

Earlier this year, Sandvik reported on the installation of its first CG820 gyratory crusher at Tata Steel’s Noamundi mine in the Indian state of Jharkand. Ordered as a replacement for an existing crusher, the new unit is capable of handling minus-1,200 mm run-of-mine ore at a throughput rate of 3,500 t/h. The new crusher is part of a larger, $40-million investment in a new materials-handling system that will allow the mine, which has been in production since 1925, to increase its output for Tata’s Jamshedpur steelworks.

TATA Mobile Crusher

TATA Mobile Crusher

TRF launches India’s first TATA mobile stone crusher and screening plant

At a ceremony held in its Jamshepur plant, Sudhir Deoras, managing director, TRF along with Rakeshwar Pandey, president Tata Robins Fraser labour union flagged off India’s first mobile stone crusher and screening plant. Designed, engineered and manufactured by TRF, the mobile crusher and screening plant that rolled out of its premises today, is the first among a total of six such sets that it has to supply to its customer, the Directorate General of Border Roads, India.

Designed to handle 20 tonne of stones per hour, the crushing and screening plant is truly a world-class machine as it is equipped with many unique features. The most important among this is that the stone crusher is movable from one site to another. This means that once the purpose of the stone crusher is over at a particular site then the builder is free to move it to another site. Unlike the conventional stone crushing plants for road construction, the mobile stone crusher and screening plant is mounted on wheels and thus can be re-located and to remote sites also. The machine is capable of producing upto 20mm stones from a feed size of 300mm in single stage process. The machine consists of a grizzly feeder, primary and secondary jaw crushers, conveyor belt, vibrating screens, supporting structures and drive arrangements, control panels and a generator set.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr Deoras encouraged the employees to be innovative and think and make suggestions without being encumbered by the fear of failure. Mr Pandey emphasised on the need for working with a mind-set that enable TRF to undertake bigger projects and to continue on the nonstop journey to excellence. RC Nandrajog, executive director, said that the mobile crushing and screening plant was just a beginning and he hoped that in the days to come TRF would be able to delight a larger number of customers with this machine.

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