Mequon, Wisconsin – Telsmith, Inc., a leading manufacturer of mineral processing equipment, will exhibit at the 2019 BAUMA Expo in Munich, Germany in conjunction with Astec Aggregates and Mining Group from April 8-14, at hall/booth FS.1109/4.
“We’re excited to exhibit at BAUMA 2019 with our family of Astec companies,” says Jeff Gray, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Telsmith, Inc., “This is a wonderful opportunity to show the breadth and depth of Astec, meet with our overseas customers and create new relationships.”
Telsmith will display their Hydra-Jaw® H2238 Jaw Crusher model that offers throughput capacities from 100 – 155 stph through 220 – 370 stph, which is ideal for processing applications such as aggregates, mining, and recycling, and is available in three configurations; stationary, track and wheeled portable plants. The H2238 is part of Telsmith’s main line of Hydra-Jaw® crushers.Hydra-Jaw® crushers offer the innovative toggle tensioning system which saves time and costs by eliminating the need to adjust springs when changing the setting. Quick to assemble and reliable in operation, the assembly requires no special tools or maintenance allowing for consistent reliable crushing.
The core of the Telsmith hydraulic toggle system is the robust Hydra-Jaw® hydraulic cylinder. Custom built specifically for the crushing environment, the cylinder incorporates a large piston for high crushing forces and an “oversized” rod for stability and strength. The unique bushing and seal are designed to hold up to the rigors of constant crushing in a dusty environment to deliver long service life with minimal maintenance.
Telsmith engineers safety into every product. Following a power failure or emergency stop, Telsmith’s unique hydraulic chamber clearing system allows the crusher to start up in as little as 15 minutes. Through push button controls, hydraulics crush any stone that remains in the chamber preventing oversized material from passing onto the product belt. Your workers stay safe, no digging out the crusher or clearing off the belt, and the plant starts back up as if nothing had happened.