Australian quarry equipment manufacturer Striker recently introduced the JQ1165 mobile jaw crusher featuring the Striker J106 fully hydraulic adjustable jaw crusher.
Safety and ease of operation was a key consideration in the new JQ1165 design.
The vibrating grizzly feeder has a twin shaft exciter driven by a single hydraulic motor. The feeder floor is fitted with replaceable bolted Hardox 400 wear liners, while the double step grizzly is easily removed.
The fines transfer chute is fitted beneath the vibrating grizzly and transfers material passing through the grizzly bar setting onto either the forward product conveyor or the side discharge conveyor.
The feed hopper is manufactured from Hardox 400, and has hydraulic cylinders to lower the wings to reduce travel height or facilitate maintenance of the vibrating feeder.
A 265kW Cat C9 engine with electronic governing and emission control powers the unit, and drives the jaw via a hydraulic hydrostatic power take off.
The 1100 x 650 crusher delivers high production and features a large feed opening, bolted mainframe and a cast swing jaw holder. The crusher is designed to handle hard rock, ores and demolition concrete for the quarrying and mining industries.
The jaw crusher body is a 4-piece, fully bolted and doweled heavy duty structure. Both the front and rear frames are cast high strength steel, with side plates produced from high strength structural plate.
The swing jaw is a fully enclosed section of cast steel construction. The jaws are corrugated manganese steel and reversible, top to bottom. The large diameter shaft is manufactured from forged steel with no threads or tapered bearing journals. Both the fixed and moving jaws are retained with a wedge locking system. The main frame and swing jaw holder are protected from wear due to the unique design of the jaw faces that completely protect the inlet and outlet points of the crushing chamber.