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Sandvik announces the launch of its new QJ241 mobile jaw crusher

Continuing to build on their reputation for offering high quality, class leading state-of-the-art equipment, Sandvik is proud to launch the new and innovative designed QJ241 tracked jaw crusher.


Purposely redesigned in order to accommodate the emissions-compliant engines in accordance with the new 2011 Stage 3B / Tier 4i Engine Legislation, Sandvik decided to also take this opportunity to redevelop and upgrade its best selling compact jaw crusher to create one of the most technologically advanced tracked crushers in the market.

The upgraded model incorporates the class leading characteristics of its predecessor, the QJ240, such as the high performing powerful 1000 x 650 mm jaw with hydraulic CSS setting, reversible jaw for relieving blockages, automatic central lubrication system for reducing maintenance time, dust suppression, overband magnet and side conveyor but now includes many additional outstanding features as standard which will set it apart from the competition.

One of the most advanced benefits to the customer is the addition of a raise and lower facility on the main conveyor. The conveyor can be raised and lowered for transport and will give increased clearance on the main conveyor for removal of rebar which will make it the ideal choice for recycling applications. It has also been extended to give an increased discharge height enabling enhanced stockpiling capabilities.

Customers will also benefit from the following new features:

1. A new hydraulic control system which will allow greater efficiency and ease of access and
    maintenance as all controls are located at ground level

2. Level sensor fitted to the jaw inlet to optimize feed rate into the crusher

3. Improved load control system for the feeder drive to ensure continuous, uninterrupted crushing

4. Speed wheel fitted to the main conveyor to stop the feeder avoiding the need to dig out a heavily
    loaded conveyor

5. Hydraulically driven cooling fan with auto reverse to back flush dust from the radiator

6. Enhanced fuel economy for lower cost of ownership and a reduction in emissions by upto 45% for
    a reduced carbon footprint

7. Capable of operating in the most hostile environments with a 50°C ambient temperature without
    any oil changes
The upgraded model has been redesigned with ease of operation in mind. Operators will find the machine much more user-friendly as it has a full PLC control system with colour screen for visual data output and greater access around both sides of the powerpack for easier maintenance and service. The diesel tank and smaller hydraulic tank have inspection covers and have been relocated to the front platform of the machine for improved access and the pipe work is now fabricated from steel to give a maintenance-free sealing solution and better heat dissipation.

Its heavy duty tracked chassis now driven by proportional remote control and hydraulically folding hopper enable a quick-set up time and although purpose designed for the recycling industry, the QJ241 is equally productive in quarrying applications.
These new features are aimed at ensuring the QJ241 is now as user and environmentally focused as it is productive, efficient and versatile and with this new upgrade to the range alongside the additional upgrades within the mobile crushing range, Sandvik will continue to grow as a key player within the global crushing and screening market.

For further information, please contact:
Melissa Baker, Sandvik Mining and Construction
Marketing Communications, Mobile Crushers and Screeners
Tel. +44 (0) 1283 212121 Email:

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