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Tri­con Min­ing Equip­ment’s range of Terex EvoQuip crush­ing and screen­ing equip­ment cov­ers all bases

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Tri­con Min­ing Equip­ment has brought the full range of Terex EvoQuip crush­ing and screen­ing equip­ment to the Aus­tralian mar­ket, with a ma­chine suited to al­most any crush­ing or screen­ing ap­pli­ca­tion.

The com­pany cel­e­brated its 10th birth­day last year by an­nounc­ing that it was to be the dis­trib­u­tor for the new EvoQuip range. This, cou­pled with Te­lestack mo­bile bulk han­ders, Ana­conda Equip­ment In­ter­na­tional, Matec Italia, Simem and var­i­ous other brands, has ce­mented Tri­con as a pre­mier player in the Aus­tralian crush­ing and screen­ing in­dus­try, Tri­con’s Rob Price says.

“The most ex­cit­ing thing about EvoQuip,” he says, “is that there is a ma­chine to suit every­one.

“For a long time, cus­tomers had been forced to ei­ther buy a ma­chine that was con­sid­er­ably larger than it needed to be, or one that was lack­ing in both build qual­ity and through­put. Now we have a range of crush­ers, as small as 3400kg, that can han­dle any­thing you throw at them.”

The small­est jaw crusher in the range, the Bi­son 35, is suited to con­trac­tors who need a ma­chine with max­i­mum power but a tiny foot­print. At less than 4.5m long, the rub­ber-tracked crusher has the abil­ity to fit on al­most any job site with­out wor­ry­ing about dam­ag­ing con­crete, as­phalt or even grassed ar­eas, Rob says.

The ma­chine can crush at up to 30tph, while sip­ping as lit­tle as four litres of diesel an hour thanks to its 28.5hp Isuzu engine.

At the other end of the scale is the new Bi­son 280 jaw crusher, which uses Terex’s 900mm x 600mm crush­ing cham­ber, and is at home in both quarry and re­cy­cling ap­pli­ca­tions.

“With hy­draulic jaw ad­just­ment, two-stage griz­zly feeder and CAT C7.1 engine all stan­dard, the Bi­son 280 al­lows cus­tomers to get into a brand-new Terex jaw crusher at a price that has pre­vi­ously been re­served for used equip­ment,” Rob says.

He says the Co­bra se­ries of im­pact crush­ers are also set to shake up the sec­tor, of­fer­ing class-lead­ing through­put and re­li­a­bil­ity, with com­pact­ness and cost ef­fec­tive­ness.

“Ev­ery ma­chine in the EvoQuip range has a fo­cus not just on per­for­mance, but also use­abil­ity, trans­porta­bil­ity and fuel econ­omy,” Rob says. “The Co­bra range is in­tro­duc­ing a new breed of cus­tomer to im­pactors, which in the past have more of­ten than not been looked at as be­ing cost pro­hib­i­tive.

“This has al­lowed peo­ple in smaller op­er­a­tions, or on tighter sites, a gen­uine op­tion when it comes to pro­cess­ing ma­te­rial.”

The EvoQuip range also cov­ers screen­ers, from the com­pact Har­rier 220, to the 2.7m x 1.2m (9foot x 4-foot) Colt 800, with even larger ma­chines com­ing later in 2018.

“As with the crush­ers, the broad spread of both in­cline and scalp­ing screens mean Tri­con is able to sup­ply cus­tomers with a ma­chine that per­fectly suits the ap­pli­ca­tion,” Rob says.

“We now have screen­ers that you can tow on a small trailer, un­load on site and have ready to screen in less than three min­utes. This opens up amaz­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties for cus­tomers run­ning rental equip­ment, earth­mov­ing equip­ment and even in the farm­ing and agri­cul­ture sec­tors.

“To have brand-new, fully war­ranted Terex crush­ers and screen­ers start­ing at un­der $100,000 re­ally has changed the game.”

Ev­ery ma­chine in the EvoQuip range has a fo­cus not just on per­for­mance, but also use­abil­ity, trans­porta­bil­ity and fuel econ­omy

For more in­for­ma­tion call 1300 859 885 or visit tri­conequip­ment.com.au

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