Telsmith launches Titan cone crusher at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020
The company also showcased its 4448 Iron Giant Jaw Crusher and Vibro-King TL Screen
"Ten foot tall and bulletproof describes our 4448 Iron Giant jaw crusher perfectly but may also be a good description of those who attended the show," says Jeff Gray, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Telsmith, Inc. "We enjoyed all of the detailed discussions with many current and future customers during the show and appreciate the extra effort involved in attending CONEXPO 2020."
The T200 cone is the newest model in the line-up of Titan series crushers that were originally introduced in 2012, which are designed to deliver maximum uptime availability while also minimizing maintenance costs.
Alongside the Titan T200 Cone Crusher was a new video highlighting the Titan Series main features including hybrid thrust bearing technology, patented anti-spin system, concave retention system, simple top-service disassembly, and TRAC10 control system.
The company also displayed a cutaway version of its Vibro-King TL Screen that included Durex Screen media. Available in portable and stationary configurations, Vibro-King TL screens are ideal for heavy-duty aggregate processing, 24-hour mining operations, along with recycled asphalt and concrete products.
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