Sandvik will be showing off one of its best-selling cone crushers at CQMS in Ireland next month.
The event – Ireland’s largest show for the construction and quarrying industries – takes place from April 21-22 at Molloy’s Quarry Tinnycross, Tullamore in Co. Offaly.
The Sandvik QH331 is described by the manufacturer as a “compact, high quality machine designed to meet high product quality demands through the use of the renowned Sandvik CH430 Hydrocone crusher but on a tracked chassis”. The machine features a choice of six different crushing chambers and a variety of bush settings.
Sandvik said a “key attribute” of the QH331 is the advanced design of the CH430 cone, said to possess a “longer and steeper crushing chamber than other comparable models”. The material therefore remains in the crushing chamber longer. The CH430 is equipped with a hydroset CSS regulation system, which allows you to adjust the CSS (closed side setting) whilst crushing, via the main control panel.
The machine is powered by a CAT C9 or C9.3 engine and direct drive. And with safety in mind, all models are fitted with a camera that oversees the crushing chamber together with the fitting of a screen in the control cabinet