Sandvik to Show Crushers, Drill at AGG1

Sandvik will showcase its CH840i cone crusher, its QI353 mobile impact crusher and Ranger DX910i tracked drill, while at the same time displaying its rock tools offering, at this year’s AGG1 show in Nashville.

The Sandvik CH840i is a technologically advanced, high-capacity mid-range cone crusher for secondary and tertiary crushing, designed for crushing applications in mines or large sized quarries. It features a maximum feed size of 10 in. and includes an automation and connectivity system, which adapts the crusher to varying feed conditions ensuring maximum 24/7 performance.

The Sandvik QI353 is the most versatile, mid-sized mobile impactor available on the market today, the company stated. Targeted to the quarry, recycling and contractor segments, it has been built in response to customer research with more productivity, uptime, efficiency, flexibility, connectivity and safety at the forefront of its innovative design. 

Featuring Sandvik Prisec technology, it is capable of operating in primary and secondary applications and is prepared for Sandvik’s optional HS323 hanging screen module for sizing and stockpiling up to three sized products.

Ranger DX910i, the newest flagship drill model of the updated Ranger rig family, will be featured at AGG1. Ranger DX910i delivers a fully optimized drilling system with a range of 290 degrees coverage area, superior hole size range, advanced automation, plus a versatile range of rock drills and completely new, unique and efficient rock tools.

The latest curved thread CT55 and CT67 systems are uniquely designed to provide robust coupling to match higher drilling power for surface mining and quarrying, while the RH560 DTH hammer is showing higher productivity, lower energy costs and quicker collaring in any rock condition.


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