Stationary HSI impact crushers
CI722 HSI impact crusher
- Max. feed size
- 350 mm (14 in.)
- 150 - 250 tph (165 - 276 stph)
- Motor power
- 250 kW (335 hp)
- CSS range
- 10.0 - 50.0 mm (0.4 - 2.0 in.)
Sandvik CI722 HSI crusher is for secondary stage crushing of non-abrasive rocks.
High reduction ratios
Energy efficient overload protection
Crusher blockage elimination
Hydraulic curtain adjustment and frame opening
Easy and safe maintenance
Reliability and protection package
Unpredictability is the enemy of productivity. The Sandvik Reliability and Protection package is designed to keep you in control of your costs and efficiency at all times. It includes on-site periodic inspections that enable proactive preventative maintenance recommendations, trend analysis, and our exclusive 1 + 2 years equipment warranty – protecting your investment and giving you an improved cost of ownership.
Additional product information
The crusher can be used for a wide range of applications, and is capable of crushing a variety of materials including re-enforced concrete.
The working principle of Sandvik CI722 HSI encourages material to break along its natural cleavage planes, and it produces excellent, stress-free, cubical-shape products.
It is of the open rotor type, and the advanced design is equipped with a number of user-friendly features.
Typical applications could be making a Type 1 aggregate 0 – 40 mm (0 – 1 15/16 in.), or Railway Ballast 40 – 70 mm (1 15/16 – 2 ¾ in.), or recycling / crushing of re-enforced concrete and asphalt. With Sandvik CI722 HSI there is low capital outlay, low maintenance, fewer screens and conveyors, enabling a quicker return on investment.
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