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Sandvik launches electric UJ443E heavy jaw crusher

Sandvik Rock Processing has announced the launch of the fully electric UJ443E heavy jaw crusher

The Sandvik UJ443E heavy jaw crusher is built from its new fully electric track platform and features the latest generation of Sandvik CJ412 jaw crusher.

Key features include:

  • a fully electric track
  • a redesigned feed station for reduced hydraulic use and easier long-term maintenance
  • a larger feed hopper with multiple interchangeable feed options
  • the main conveyor is now angle and height adjustable, with extended remote hydraulic lock out
  • easier transportation, with jaw crusher removal options.

The UJ443E’s new feed station includes a larger hopper, two feeder options with larger grizzly cassettes and an optional under screen for greater natural fines extraction before crushing, allowing operators to optimise their process flow depending on feed conditions and material.

The fully electric UJ443E provides customers with up to 30 per cent reduction in fuel consumption and up to 30 per cent increase in throughput versus previous generation Sandvik products, it says.

It comes with electric final drives and an onboard genset for sustainable operation when powered by either an external electricity supply, hydrotreated vegetable oil or diesel from the onboard genset.

The UJ443E features a 125Amp downstream connection, which allows customers to operate a downstream plant such as a screener or scalper, providing up to a 20 per cent decrease in fuel consumption compared to running separate units, Sandvik says.

The UJ443E offers the new automation system with Optik mobile solution, listing diagnostic support, pre-installed guides for troubleshooting and real time information, allowing customers to know how their equipment is being utilised.

Best used for the quarry, mining and contractor segments, the UJ443E unit is designed for versatile and sustainable heavy-duty crushing.

In Australia, Sandvik screening and crushing equipment is supplied through Porter Group.

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