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Evoquip to bring Bison 120 jaw crusher to Steinexpo

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Evoquip, a Terex brand, will bring its Bison 120 jaw crusher to Steinexpo 2017 in Germany. Located in Europe’s biggest basalt quarry, Steinexpo will take place between 30 August and 2 September. Evoquip will exhibit with its official German distributor, Oppermann & Fuss.

Evoquip to bring Bison 120 jaw crusher to Steinexpo

The Bison 210 has been designed for application where “versatility, maneuverability, and transportability are of key importance,” Evoquip said in a press release. It is small enough to fit inside a container for transport but “strong enough to withstand the toughest of applications.”

The Evoquip machine includes a 690 x 400 mm single toggle jaw crusher that can be adjusted hydraulically by remote control – which comes as standard. The jaw is also driven hydraulically, which allows the operator to reverse the crusher to clear any blockage or handle sticky materials, such as asphalt.

“The ability to adjust the jaw setting and operate the plant fully from the remote control allows for a fast and simple set up for the customer,” said Evoquip. “With its intuitive operation, quick set-up times, compact size, and ease of transport, the Bison 120 is the ideal solution for all small to medium sized operators.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/23082017/evoquip-to-bring-bison-120-jaw-crusher-to-steinexpo/

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