Komatsu rock crusher for sale in Idaho
Mobile crushers add opportunity for drill-and-blast contractors and value for customers
Idaho was the third fastest growing state between 2004 and 2005 according to the United States Census Bureau. The state’s capital, Boise, is growing at an impressive rate despite the fact that the region’s geology is far from ideal for new construction. Boise – and most of the state – sits on massive deposits of vesicular basalt that come to the surface or are covered by a thin layer of topsoil. Almost all new construction in the region involves some method of rock removal.
Jerry Dilley, president, Superior Blasting Inc., and Dan Lafferty, president, Dan Lafferty Construction, Inc. share a common goal: drill and blast rock to make way for new construction. Both men blast on jobs ranging from private subdivisions and public roads to massive agricultural spreads for Idaho’s burgeoning dairy industry. They’ve seen many of their competitors using alternative methods such as sawing and trenching to remove rock from the region. In order to stay competitive and provide a greater “value” of service to their customers, the two men joined together to purchase mobile jaw crushers that have helped add value to their services and stay ahead of the competition.
Mobile jaw crusher YG1349E912 in Idaho
Raw material: stone from mountain
Feeding size: 0-700mm;
Output size: 0-180mm
Capacity: 300 tph
The customer visited us in 2009, and according to the detailed information, we discussed about the mobile crusher together with out customer who is a very famous company in Idaho and choose YG1349E912 mobile crusher as the solution.
When the materials enter the crusher , it is mainly received the force of the impact plates that in high speed .The stone choose to be crushed according to bedding plane.The impacted stone which got big power begin the primary crush with high speed along the tangential direction of the crack down on board, because of the inpact of the impact plane , stone is crushed again .The material which is left by the primary crush is impact again ,and then cause the stone was crush again and again in the imact crusher.The material after recurisiveness process, when its finess is small than the gap of the board and the back plate, the finess will discharge from the lower part of the rock crusher.
Mobile Crushers Offer Versatility Not Possible with Stationary Counterparts
The easy mobility of the BR350 and the BR380JG-1 has been an important advantage for Lafferty and Dilley. As Dilley explains, “Most of our stuff is hit-and-run – drive-by-crushing.”
Lafferty adds, “You can literally move the excavator, unload that crusher, pull a couple of pins and be crushing in 5 minutes. There is no set up time. Talking to our competitors around here – it takes them a week to set up their stationary jaw, get their gen-set out there and get all set up. And yes, their production is going to be higher, but in a week’s timeframe, we’re on the third job already. Mobility of the crusher is where it really shines.”
The “mobility” of each crusher extends beyond the ability to move from site to site. Featuring the undercarriage of a Komatsu hydraulic excavator, each crusher can easily tram from pile-to-pile, which eliminates costly “second handling” of material.
“It will tram along the side of a trench while an excavator excavates the rock and throws it right into the crusher,” says Dilley. “People would worry about having to pile rock up because it costs money to second-handle that rock. We’ve been able to say ‘leave that rock where it is and we’ll get to it.’ The fact that the tram-ability of the crusher is almost as good as the excavator means that we rarely have to have a dozer out there building a path. These things will climb a mountain.”