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:: QI240 - The Demolition and Recycling Impact Crusher that is ideal for Quarry Operations
The QI240 has been developed over the past two years by Sandvik’s renowned research and development program. It represents Sandvik’s mobile crusher expertise with Sandvik materials technology and manufacturing excellence.
Purpose designed to process construction materials on site, the QI240 has been developed with mobility, productivity, transportability, minimal environmental impact and user friendliness at its core. The QI240 is tangible representation of Sandvik’s commitment to servicing the growing market for the recycling of construction materials, and the production of high-quality aggregates from materials previously regarded as waste.
The QI240 utilizes market-leading Sandvik impactor technology, combined with industry-leading expertise of the mobile crusher industry. This has enabled the development of a fully mobile, compact impactor designed to work in a secondary or primary capacity, either independently, or in conjunction with other members of the Sandvik product line, to produce the highest quality materials. Although developed for the recycling of construction material, the compact design of the state-of-the-art QI240 Sandvik impactor means that it is the ideal impact crusher for smaller quarries where space and machine maneuverability are at a premium, and superb product shape and high levels of production are essential.
The QI240 features recent developments ensuring its future position as the impact crusher of choice throughout the construction industry:
The QI240 is the latest development in a truly exciting product line. The Sandvik range of tracked crushing, screening and scalping solutions provides customer-focused solutions, regardless of industry or application. The range encompasses jaw, cone and impact crushers; three-way split screens, the world’s only range of tracked Doublescreens, triple-deck screens and scalpers.
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