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Tutt Bryant debuts Jonsson L 120-330 crusher

Tutt Bryant has expanded its Metso Outotec supply to include the Jonsson range of heavy-duty, tracked crushing and screening plants

Swedish manufacturer and Metso subsidiary Jonsson is expanding its horizons in Australia by introducing the Jonsson heavy-duty range crusher plant range through exclusive Metso supplier Tutt Bryant.

Jonsson supplies crushers in the 70–180 tonne range, designed as a mobile solution for customers with open quarries or mines.

The new 108,000kg L 120-330 crusher has now reached Australian soil, which incorporates the 400kVA Nordberg C130 crusher with a 1,300 x 1,000mm feed opening.

The L 120-330 Jonsson has potential to be popular in the Australian market, as it offers unique heavy-duty and mobile systems, Metso says.

“Transportability is another feature that makes Jonsson plants suitable for the Australian market,” Metso business development manager Paul Doran says.

“The L130 jaw crusher weighs about 110 tonnes, which usually requires physical disassembly and reassembly using cranes on site. Jonsson innovative chassis design allows the heavy component of the machine to split into smaller or hydraulically propelled components for transport.”

The product range is also engineered with e-Power as standard, energised by a diesel generator set onboard or connected directly to the local electric grid, when available, to increase the plants versatile usability.

“The innovative dual power systems of the Jonsson machines make it possible for users to select the most economical power source. That gives users a flexible and very cost-effective solutions,” Doran says.

Furthermore, all Jonsson crushers come equipped with a fleet management system referred to as the JCS (Jonsson Control System).

This system, Doran says, “sets Jonsson apart when it comes to fleet maintenance and management”.

“This is the best fleet management system I’ve seen,” he says.

“JCS allows for multiple different uses. The operator can use cameras mounted on the machine to monitor the material coming into the crusher and going into the screen on a monitor mounted inside the excavator cab.”

Jonsson also offers plant customisation for client requirements.

“Jonsson has come up with some smart, simple design features based on customer feedback about how to make these machines high capacity, but still transportable,” Doran says.

“The machinery’s built-in transportability reduces the time required for shifting between projects sites.

“These are arguably the best crushers in the world, particularly for the serious operators at the big end of town. Having extended our partnership with Metso, we plan to continue our great performance in serving customers with this innovative range, with an eye on operational sustainability.”

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