A British manufacturer and designer has announced the launch of its new
mobile jaw crusher, for the demolition, waste recycling and quarrying
The Series 2 City-Jaw 1830, from Crushers-UK Ltd, is one metre longer than
the earlier model and, at 24 tonnes, two tonnes heavier. With an extended
conveyor, giving a discharge height of 2750mm, the new machine has larger
tracks, higher ground-clearance and an extra platform area for easier
Design Director Greg Shipley commented: "With the new model of the City-Jaw
1830, we’ve made some tweaks to the already superior original, to make it
not only more accessible to its users, but also to improve on its
The British designed and built machine also features dust suppression
equipment, a magnetic separator, load-weigher and LED lighting. Fitted with
the latest Pramac GSW 110 55kw generator, it comes with a number of extras,
such as additional sockets for power tools, a bio fuel option, a tracking
system, and remote monitoring.
With the jaw setting at 100mm, the machine has an hourly capacity of up to
120 Tonnes Per Hour, depending on material type.
Mr Shipley commented: "The City-Jaw 1830 is primarily designed for
demolition, quarrying and waste recycling. However, it can also be brought
in to quickly and effectively clear rubble, in areas of the world hit by
earthquakes, flood and other natural disasters. It can also be flat packed
into a 40ft container and shipped anywhere in the world.
"The City-Jaw 1830 is the most competitively priced machine compared to any
of its nearest rivals, which in the main are manufactured overseas. Our
products as British designed, British built and British engineered", he
Crushers-UK will be inviting potential customers to its new premises in
Fazeley, near Tamworth, Staffordshire, to view the new jaw crusher later
this month. The firm is currently looking for dealers and agents to promote
its products and services worldwide.