Tetsugen Corporation in Japan has acquired two mobile cone crushers and a Doublescreen screening plant from Sandvik.
Tetsugen produces a number of precise aggregate sizes for construction and steel companies used for road construction and in concrete foundations.
The company currently uses a Sandvik QS331 gyratory cone crusher, a QH331 Hydrocone crusher and a QA441 Doublescreen.
The large slag feed size of 400 mm (16 in) is accommodated by a jaw crusher, which is then fed directly into the QS331. The Sandvik CS430 gyratory cone accepts feed sizes up to 340mm (13in). The material is then processed by the QH331.
When performing together in normal conditions, the Sandvik trio’s output is approximately 250 t/hr, helped by the QA441’s large screening area.