‘Exciting times’ in crushing for McCloskey

By Steve Ducker27 October 2022

McCloskey International has unveiled the new J4 as the latest entry into its range of jaw crushers.

The McCloskey stand at Bauma. (Photo: D&Ri magazine) The McCloskey stand at Bauma. (Photo: D&Ri magazine)

Launching into the European market at this week’s Bauma exhibition in Munich, Germany, the J4 is said to build on the robust features of the existing product range, with an exciting line-up of features aimed at boosting productivity and offering enhanced durability across applications.

Features include a 1,060 x 700 mm (42 x 28 in) jaw opening accommodates large feed sizes, contributing to higher production in material processing.

“It is a jaw crusher that is very suitable for heavy duty applications,” said senior vice president Toni Laaksonen.

“We have had a lot of orders through dealers.

“The J4 continues the momentum for our jaw crushing product range, as we continue to develop new products that meet the evolving needs of our customers across industries.”

The J4 follows the launch of the J6 model into the North American market earlier this year, while electric crushers are currently being field tested with a view to their introduction in the first quarter of 2023.

Also at Bauma, McCloskey announced that its aggregates processing brand Lippmann will enter the rest of the world crushing and screening market after signing agreements with multiple distributors outside the USA, while McCloskey Environmental has a new range of trommels planned for early 2023.

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