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Nordmann jaw crushers released in Australia through CSSH

Nordmann has released a new range of jaw crushers to the Australian market, now available through Crusher Screen Sales & Hire (CSSH)

CSSH has recently welcomed a new range of Nordmann crushers to its product offering – the T-750 tracked jaw crusher and the K-750 hook lift crusher.

Manufactured in Northern Ireland, these Nordmann crushers have been operating in Europe for quite some time, but CSSH says the line-up is new to the Australian market.

Based in Yatala, Queensland, CSSH is the Australian distributor of Nordmann equipment, and its new product offering allows operators to use a crusher that can run on electric power.

Traditionally these types of crushers are diesel hydraulic, but the T-750 and K-750 are both dual electric-powered.

“There’s been a move in the industry to move more towards hybrid diesel electric machines, because they produce a smaller carbon footprint and reduce fuel consumption,” CSSH manager John Andersen says.

With reduced fuel consumption on the dual-powered machines, Andersen says operators can save a lot of money by switching from the traditional diesel crushers.

The electric drive on both jaw crushers allows for quiet operation, with its reduced carbon footprint making the T-750 and K-750 suited to work in built-up areas. Weighing 14 to 20 tonnes, Andersen says they can work in locations that larger crushers would struggle to fit in.

“There are not a lot of options in this size range, so Nordmann have identified these machines as an essential for inner-city work,” he says.

The K-750 is the same size as T-750 but isn’t mounted on tracks. Image: CSSH

Both machines are the same size, but the CSSH manager says they are differentiated by tracks. The T-750 is track-mounted, while the K-750 is a fixed-position plant. This flexibility on the T-750 allows operators to have the choice of a more mobile plant that can move from site to site much easier than a fixed plant.

To further enhance flexibility for operators, the T-750 comes with the option of a 6’x4’ (1.8m x 1.2m) single-deck attached screen box that can produce two finished products – such as a road base and drainage rock.

For operators looking for a cheaper machine, Andersen says the K-750 is the perfect choice.

“Unlike the T-750, the K-750 doesn’t have tracks and must be moved by a hook-lift truck, which reduces the price and makes it a perfect entry-level crusher,” he says.

Both machines provide a 700mm by 500mm crusher box opening, with a six-tonne single toggle jaw. This is accompanied by a reverse crush and jog function for sticky material, with options of a fine belt and over band magnet.

“The T-750 and K-750 are perfect jaw crushers for use in small quarries and recycling concrete and bricks,” Andersen says.

“These Nordmann crushers are particularly effective on small construction sites where material can be crushed and reused on site – reducing transport and dumping costs.”

For more information on the Nordmann T-750 tracked jaw crusher and the K-750 hook lift crusher, visit crusherscreen.com or call John Andersen on 0424 181 056.

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