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CEMCO Unveils New Turbo 128 V-Twin VSI Crusher


August 22, 2012
By Andrew

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turbo128August 22, 2012, Belen, N.M. – The Turbo 128 V-Twin VSI Crusher is among
the largest models in CEMCO, Inc.’s
line of vertical shaft impact crushers.
The crusher is ideally suited for the production of 1 1/2-inch aggregate
rock commonly used in concrete for roadbuilding applications.

turbo128August 22, 2012, Belen, N.M. – The Turbo 128 V-Twin VSI Crusher is among
the largest models in CEMCO, Inc.’s
line of vertical shaft impact crushers.
The crusher is ideally suited for the production of 1 1/2-inch aggregate
rock commonly used in concrete for roadbuilding applications. Additionally, the Turbo 128 is fully
customizable to enable production of several types of aggregate materials,
opening it up for use in a variety of industries including energy production,
mining and recycling.

Driven by a dual-drive, optimally balanced V-Twin
motor design, the Turbo 128 V-Twin offers greater power input and higher
product output. The Turbo 128 is available with up to 900 horsepower, weighs
approximately 42,000 pounds and offers production capabilities up to 1,000 TPH.
 

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Material enters the crusher through the
wear-resistant adjustable feed tube and drops onto an impeller table. At an RPM
of up to 1,000, centrifugal force directs the material from the impellor and
casts it against a stationary, abrasive resistant anvil. The material shatters
along natural impact points, resulting in uniform, cube-shaped material with
minimal slivered, slabby product. The Turbo 128 features heavy-duty
self-aligning spherical roller bearings, allowing it to handle dynamic loads up
to 366,000-pounds. 

Designed to be fully customizable to suit each
individual customer’s application and desired material output, the combination
of rotor size and type, rotor speed and other configurations determine the
final product size produced by the Turbo 128 V-Twin. The crusher comes equipped
with a Shoe Table rotor and Anvil Ring. A Rockshelf anvil is available for the
processing of medium to low-abrasion material. 

The drive motors are installed at the same end as
the crusher to reduce cyclical vibration, extending bearing life. Additionally,
the design allows for easier belt tension. The unit’s upper and lower
double-row spherical-bearing pedestal system offers a long operational life thanks
to CEMCO’s customized lubrication system. The system is designed to maintain
the proper quantity of clean, cool oil on the bearings, reducing maintenance
and repairs, while increasing longevity. Furthermore, the Turbo 128 V-Twin
crusher is equipped with a hydraulic lid lifter to provide easy access for
regular inspection and maintenance.

The Turbo 128 V-Twin is offered in a
trailer-mounted configuration to enhance portability and convenience. Other
options include a water flush system, designed for wet or sticky material, dust
control systems, diesel motors and automation software. 


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