SBM previews lineup of crushers to appear at CONEXPO-CON/AGG
Company has developed a wide range of crushers for a variety of applications
In the 1950s, the founder of SBM invented an impact crusher with adjustable swing beams/aprons. Since then, SBM has developed a wide range of crushers for all kinds of applications, with thousands of installations worldwide.
SBM's full range of mobile crushers and screens are efficient and powerful units that can tackle many projects. Starting with the super compact class, the small footprint makes the crushers a breeze to transport and fit into any tight area.
Meanwhile, the professional class crushers complete the range. Operation is safe and easy, with a simple touchscreen display, wireless remote control and monitoring functions.
In addition, optimized material flow is assured due to the integrated pre-screening units, the aggressive intake geometry and the vibrating discharge chute below the impact crushers. This provides especially gentle transfer to the main discharge conveyor, over-belt magnetic separator, wind sifter for lighter material fractions, and up to 2-deck, banana-shaped final screens making the closed circle crushers a useful tool for any crushing business.
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