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Sandvik introduces cost-effective cone crusher system rebuild solution

​Depending on the application, a crusher is either at the heart of the process or is a vital part of the process. It simply cannot be removed for extended periods of time without affecting the productivity. If major components start to fail and the crusher begins nearing the end of its life, Sandvik can replace it and restore the entire crushing system to its original glory.

The Sandvik Reborn solution rebuilds a crusher system by exchanging the existing crusher for a new one, and reutilizing existing crusher auxiliaries. This cost-effective solution is up to 40 percent cheaper than replacing the entire crusher system, and is fully compatible with existing plant infrastructure. It also minimizes the risk of unplanned downtime that can come with a major overhaul.

 

"Our Sandvik Reborn solution is a quick and cost-effective way to replace a customer's worn out crusher with a new one and reuse all of the existing infrastructure," says Andreas Christoffersson, Product Manager – Rebuilds and Upgrades, Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology. "The new crusher is also backed by our three-year extended warranty, and includes on-site services to help customers maximize productivity."

 

If the auxiliaries meet preconditions for durability and quality, Sandvik can provide a solution to replace the customers' existing Sandvik crusher. Reutilizing existing crusher auxiliaries usually includes the motor, lubrication and hydraulic tank, hoses, coolers, automation system, sub-frame, electrical cabinets and wiring. As part of the program, the customer will trade in their old crusher.

 

The footprint of the new crusher is identical to the old one, so there is no need to redo any civil or electrical engineering work or alter the feeder and conveyor arrangements. Sandvik Reborn is an efficient "plug and play" installation that minimizes disruption and maximizes productivity.

 

A certified Sandvik technician will be on site to supervise the installation of the new crusher to guarantee it is done quickly, thoroughly and efficiently. The customer also gets training in how to best use and maintain the new crusher, as well as condition inspections after the installation that offer maintenance recommendations and alerts about worn-down parts they need to order.

 

Sandvik Reborn crusher package

- New factory-tested crusher covered by a three-year extended warranty

- Crusher equipped with all model-specific upgrades that improve reliability

- Expert installation supervision

- Periodic condition inspections and reports based on annual operating hours

- Comprehensive on-site training covering crusher operation and maintenance

- Available for Sandvik cone crushers CH420, CH430, CH440, CH660 and CH870

 

 

Las Vegas, US, 7 March 2017

 

 

For more information, contact:
Robert Picard
Product Marketing, Crushing and Screening
Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology
tel: +46706747278
e-mail: robert.picard@sandvik.com

 

 

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Sandvik Group

Sandvik is a high-tech and global engineering group offering products and services that enhance customer productivity, profitability and safety. We hold world-leading positions in selected areas – tools and tooling systems for metal cutting; equipment and tools, service and technical solutions for the mining and construction industries; products in advanced stainless steels and special alloys as well as products for industrial heating. In 2016, the Group had approximately 43,000 employees and sales of 82 billion SEK in more than 150 countries within continuing operations.

 

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology is a business area within the Sandvik Group and a global leading supplier of equipment and tools, service and technical solutions for the mining and construction industries. Application areas include rock drilling, rock cutting, crushing and screening, loading and hauling, tunneling, quarrying and breaking and demolition. In 2016, sales were approximately 31 billion SEK with about 14,000 employees in continuing operations.