Cedarapids introduced its new CRC320 plant featuring the TG320 300-hp bushing cone crusher with an exceptionally large feed opening. This economical portable plant runs smoothly with the optional patent-pending “canted” jack system. Easily transported on the road or on-site, the all-electric plant takes the TG Series cones portable to fit a variety of layouts and applications.
The TG320 can be easily and efficiently set up to perform and deliver the best cost per ton cubicle product by selecting the optimum crushing cavity and eccentric throw to suit the application requirements. The 300-hp, (225-kw) 1800-rpm motor and crusher are mounted on a rubber isolated frame, common between modular, portable and static platforms.
The CRC320 combines the TG320 cone crusher and a 15-hp, 42-in. wide discharge conveyor on a portable all electric chassis. The crusher is fitted with an overflow chute and removable overflow panel so the overflow can buffer feed surges in a closed-circuit application.
The trailer width and length allow easy movement from site to site. The plant has a variety of jack options available from simple crank landing to unique patent-pending “canted” run-on jacks that stabilize the movement of the crusher. The chassis also includes a 48-in. (1219-mm) long lockable side-mounted storage box.
Safety and ease of maintenance are forefront in the design of the CRC320 plant. Emergency stop buttons are located on both sides of the frame. Service platforms with elevated observation deck, guard rails and access ladder as well as a convenient sloped stair/ladder provide safe access around the plant for inspection and maintenance. Maintenance friendly features such as diamond plate walkways provide easy cleanup along with remote grease lines and easy ground access to cone lubrication.
The CCM automatic switchgear panel gives easy one-touch control for single-plant or multi-plant operation without the expense and complexity of a central control and the plug and play design allows you to work with any combination, sequence, or number of plants without the need for custom programming.