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Expanding the TG Series Versatility with Modular Solution

Following the recent launch of the new Terex® MPS TG/TGS Series bushing cone crushers, we are proud to introduce the MC320 cone module. The MC320 cone module features the TG320 or optional TGS320 cone on the same universal base structure as the MC and MV Series modular lines. The all electric, pre-engineered solution can be easily transported in standard containers and can be bolted together onsite quickly with basic tools and minimal wiring and installed with or without full concrete foundations.  

The TG320 is a 300 hp bushing cone with large feed opening, adjustable eccentric throw and multiple liners that allow the operator to quickly and easily optimize production output in most any application. The 300 hp (225 kw) 1800/1500 rpm motor and crusher are mounted on a rubber isolated frame, common between modular, portable and static platforms.

The galvanized / painted steel structure includes oversize walkways, repositionable stairs and guard rails for safe access. Four plant emergency stops are placed conveniently around the platform for easy access during operation.

The MC320 comes with standard AIC crusher controls. Additional options include an overflow chute and off plant conveyor starter kit.

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