Metso launches its largest secondary crusher

METSO has introduced its latest Nordberg GP7 secondary gyratory crusher to the global market, describing it as the largest of its range for mining and aggregate applications.
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The Nordberg GP7,

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The 550 kilowatt, 58 tonne machine includes a steep cavity and a choice of seven strokes ranging in size from 25-50 millimetres for increased adaptability.

It also features a 450mm feed opening that remains constant throughout the lifetime of the liners, reportedly ensuring steady performance and stable end-product quality.

"[This] translates into predictable revenue and excellent process throughput," Metso said.

Nordberg GP7 can be fed with a large primary crusher such as the Nordberg C200 jaw crusher or Nordberg SUPERIOR primary gyratory crusher - followed by a Nordberg HP6 cone crusher for tertiary crushing applications.

The machine is operated through an advanced automation system and features a limited number of service points. Maintenance and service tools are delivered standard with the machine.

According to Metso, the Nordberg GP7 secondary gyratory crusher boasts the same footprint as the previous Nordberg Symons 7 foot cone crusher (and other similar crushers) making upgrades easy.

Metso is a global crushing and screening equipment specialist for the mining, oil and gas and aggregates industries and employs close to 16,000 people in 50 countries.

Metso is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki, Finland.

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