New jaw crusher from SBM

By Thomas AllenOctober 21, 2020

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SBM’s new JawMax 200 mobile jaw crusher

Austria-based SBM Mineral Processing has introduced its new JawMax 200 mobile jaw crusher.

The company, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary, described the mobile processing plant as an entry-level model for processing and recycling construction rubble.

The compact machine has transport weight of 27 tons and a feed opening of 1,000 x 600mm.

Speaking about the new crusher, SBM Sales Manager Helmut Haider said, “Due to its sophisticated kinematics, it is even more powerful and offers further improved feed possibilities than comparable models.

“And additionally, operation is extremely comfortable and simple: With JawMax 200 you need not dismount or mount anything after transportation. The crusher is immediately ready for use.”

For ease of operation, the machine has an automatic soft start, and it can be controlled remotely.

The JawMax can also be monitored remotely using SBM’s Crush Control App, which provides machine data and produces machine reports. The App is available from the iOS App Store and the Google Playstore.

The electrically driven crusher can be powered from the grid or by a 200kVA diesel three-phase genset.

Other features of the new model include automated gap adjustment, overload protection, a magnetic separator and an adjustable discharge conveyor.

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