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Hartl Crusher to show premium bucket crusher and screener range at Bauma

Hartl Crusher will be in Hall B2 booth 226 at Bauma 2016.
Hartl Crusher will be in Hall B2 booth 226 at Bauma 2016.

The family owned crusher and screener manufacturer from Austria will show its premium bucket crusher and screener range to the world market at booth 226 in Hall B2.

The bucket crusher from HARTL stands out for its high throughput and shape of produced end material. The unique Quattro movement of the jaw crusher, fitted with an upthrust toggle system, guaranties performance.

The material is cracked in the upper area of the jaw crusher which means bigger blocks can be taken and are crushed in a downward direction into the chamber – compared to industry standard downthrust toggle jaw crushers.

The special motion (like a figure 8) gives the crusher a better throughput in the middle area and a secondary crushing in the lower area resulting in the excellent cubical shape of the end material.

Independent screen analyses confirm HARTL produces bad shape of only 6 percent, which means that all global regulations and quality standards are fulfilled with one-time crushing!

The bucket crusher features premium components like SKF bearings, Parker hydraulic and central lubrication system, SAE hydraulic connections, etc. are built in. Hardox steel is standard.

The HARTL bucket screener features a strong and robust design that makes it suitable for the hardest applications in prescreening as well as final separation. The wide entry area optimizes storage possibility for maximum load volumes. Material can therefore be stored and with short moves constantly feed into the screener drum. This increases performance, as swivel time is greatly reduced. A dropout and fallback of bigger material is prevented with this unique design.

All screen meshes are quickly changeable when needed.

The HSP3300 screen plant, launched in early 2015, stands out with its compact transport dimensions, stable structure and high throughput combined with low running cost and space requirements. This compact screen plant fits in a 20-foot container and is built up within an hour. It can be used in natural stone processing as well as in the classification and refinement of recycled materials with 3 and up to 4 finished fractions.

HARTL is announcing its latest patented development at Bauma.

According to Dominik and Alexander Hartl, “Our new solution will change mobile crushing and screening for decades! The world market launch is at Bauma, and we are proud to say that this will be the greatest invention since our family has introduced the track mounted crusher solution in 1986.” 

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