Maximizing plant efficiency with 3rd Gen Primary Gyratory

Achieve +30% additional throughput and 70% reduction in downtime

Date: 11 October 2018

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Minerals processing is changing. With diminishing ore grades and rising energy costs, ensuring that a plant has the lowest total cost of ownership is vital. More sustainable technologies & practices are required to make these hard, variable and low-grade ore bodies viable.

At Metso, we know that the only real measure of our worth is in the results we deliver to our customers. Our crushers are built to last for decades. Our 100+ years of experience and competence in mining crushing technology ensure that we provide world-class solutions to our customers.

SuperiorMKIII primary gyratory
Perfect blend of experience and innovation

Metso's Superior™ is leading the global market since 1953 with more than 1000 references. The range provides innovative and cost-effective features to meet the demand for high efficiency and high capacity mining installations.

Our engineers, through their extensive process knowledge have developed crushing chambers that deliver the greatest possible throughput while placing the least stress on critical components. With low service requirements and ease of operation, the Superior primary gyratory will readily fit into any existing or proposed crushing plant.

With Superior™ MKIII it is possible to get more from less

With thousands of crushers operating in mines and quarries around the world, Metso has the experience and knowledge to provide a primary gyratory crusher with the best performance, highest throughput, and most efficiency.

  • Superior™ MKIII is the first high speed primary gyratory and overpasses other gyratory by up to 30%
  • Rotable top shell to ensure safe maintenance and reduce downtime by up to 70%
  • Industry leading ‘Smart Station' combining innovative control systems such as VisioRock® and VisioTruck® to optimize production and reduce vault
  • 3 times faster wear parts exchange
  • Proven Rock box arched spider to be the most robust design in the market
  • Low cost per ton through energy efficiency, durability and optimized crusher performance.
Guillaume Lambert


Guillaume Lambert
VP, Mining Crushers, Metso
Guillaume, Vice President of Metso Mining Crusher product line is responsible for leading the business and the product management of crushing and mobile solutions for mining customers. Based in Milwaukee, WI, USA, Guillaume started to work for Metso in 2010. During his career he has served various positions in crushing and screening business in Metso Macon factory (France) and in Mexico market area. Guillaume was responsible for the development and launched several products such as MX cone crushers and HP5 cone crusher to the market. He also contributed towards the growth of Metso distribution network in Latin America. Prior to Metso, Guillaume worked in United Kingdom for Electricité de France (French Electricity) and was part of the West Burton Gaz power plant construction project team. Guillaume has a Master degree in Industrial engineering from the EIGSI engineering School from La Rochelle as well as a MBA from the Sup de Co Business School from La Rochelle.


Nia Kajastie

Online Editor, Mining Magazine
Nia is the online editor of Mining Magazine. She originally joined Aspermont Media in August 2013 as the editor of GeoDrilling International, and also took on the role of assistant editor at MM in January 2016. She holds a BA in journalism and news media & creative writing, and speaks fluent Finnish and German.

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