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Telsmith to launch Titan T200 Cone Crusher

January 14, 2020  By Telsmith

Las Vegas, Nev. – Telsmith is launching the Titan T200 Cone Crusher at CONEXPO/CON-AGG 2020 In Las Vegas, Nevada from March 10-14 at booth C30336.

The T200 cone is the newest model in the line-up of Titan series crushers that were originally introduced in 2012, which are designed to deliver maximum uptime availability while also minimizing maintenance costs.

The Titan T200 Cone Crusher utilizes 200 horsepower with a maximum feed size of 8” and throughout capacities from 110 up to 288 stph making the T200 ideal for secondary and tertiary circuit positions in mining, construction aggregates, industrial and recycling applications.

With a small footprint, The T200 can easily replace existing cone crushers yet provide high production with product size and shape that can meet any operation’s needs. Available in both stationary and portable configurations, the T200 can be used in series with their Hydra-Jaw crushers and Vibro-King TL screens.


The patented anti-spin feature prevents head spin to help extend manganese service life. Like other key components, it’s mounted on top of the main shaft for safe, top-service access. The anti-spin operates with pressure lubrication oil, eliminating the need for a gearbox, separate hydraulic circuit, and associated maintenance. The use of a single support bowl for all liners reduce inventory costs while allowing optimum versatility, flexibility, and efficiency in portable crushing applications.

Telsmith patented hybrid bearing technology within Titan Cone Crushers provides the ability to crush at tighter settings and easily handle crushing forces, when compared to traditional bearing machines. Engineered to hold up against tough, abrasive aggregate and mining processes, Titan cones with hybrid bearings deliver tested productivity, safety, and ease of maintenance with maximum uptime.

For more details on the Titan T200, visit or call (262) 242-6600.

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