thyssenkrupp exhibits a new range of machines and asset management services at MINExpo INTERNATIONAL® 2016
The world’s largest gyratory crusher: KB 63-130
Upgraded Kubria® series of cone crushers with increased throughput capacity
Next generation compact bucket wheel excavators pierce hard rock up to 50 MPa in compressive strength
Energy-balanced skip conveyor system lowers operating and manpower costs
Customer-centric, customized 360-degree lifecycle services focus on asset management and wear parts management
The Industrial Solutions business area of thyssenkrupp presents hands-on technology and a wide range of new products at MINExpo INTERNATIONAL® 2016 in Las Vegas, from September 26 through 28 (North Hall, booth #3051). As a leading engineering, construction and service provider, thyssenkrupp exhibits its groundbreaking new solutions and products for mineral processing, mining and materials handling.
Machines for processing mined materials, equipment models, and virtual reality simulations of the world’s largest gyratory crusher are just some of the highlights of thyssenkrupp’s booth at MINExpo 2016.
Advanced machines for processing hard rock and coal: Kubria® G 90 cone crusher
thyssenkrupp offers a complete range of advanced crushers, screens and feeders for plants and modular systems in raw materials processing. A recently completed standardization program now allows thyssenkrupp to offer its machines at lower prices with shorter delivery times.
The company’s exhibit includes its 12 mt Kubria G 90, an example of the upgraded Kubria cone crusher series1. By systematically enhancing and optimizing the proven Kubria design, thyssenkrupp has managed to further increase the throughput of its cone crushers. The thyssenkrupp Jaw Crusher, RollSizer, Feeders and Screens now cover the entire range of applications from primary to tertiary reduction of hard rock, coal and other minerals.
Visitors to MINExpo can experience a virtual reality simulation of the world’s largest gyratory crusher, the thyssenkrupp KB 63-130. The KB 63-130 sets new standards with a drive rating of 1,500 kW, and at 490 mt, it weighs in much lighter than its predecessor, despite a roughly 14 percent larger mantle diameter of 130 inches (approx. 3.3 meters). Though the new model is the same height as other crushers in thyssenkrupp’s 63-inch series, the larger mantle diameter of the KB 63-130 produces a 30 percent higher throughput, allowing for significantly higher performance at a lower weight.