A new Lokotrack series model in action.

Finland-based Metso Outotec last month launched two new additions to its Lokotrack mobile crushing and screening series.

The Lokotrack LT200HPX and Lokotrack LT220GP mobile cone crushers are compact but efficient units designed for aggregate contractor customers, bringing up to 30 per cent more capacity and added flexibility compared to earlier models, states the leading global provider of sustainable technologies, end-to-end solutions and services for the aggregates, minerals processing and metals refining industries.

These models have many new features that are designed to improve the efficiency of customers’ operations. They are built on the same new chassis, allowing customers to choose between the two cone crusher types and various optional features based on their specific needs, it adds.

“The Lokotrack LT200HPX is equipped with an efficient two-deck pre-screen providing more capacity.  Its heavy-duty chassis and wide conveyors facilitate high throughput, and a direct V-Belt crusher drive ensures high fuel efficiency,” says a spokesman for the company. “Service and transportation are facilitated with extensive service platforms that fold down for transport.”

LT200HPX can be combined with Lokotrack LT106 and LT116 jaw crushers and Lokotrack ST3.8 and ST4.8 mobile screens.

The Lokotrack LT220GP provides additional crushing power and can be equipped with a pre-screen or with a belt feeder. It fits well with Lokotrack LT120/LT120E mobile jaw crushers and ST4.10 mobile screen for high-capacity aggregate production.

“The new models and our end-to-end offering demonstrate our focus on improving aggregates customers’ operations and bottom line,” says Kimmo Anttila, Vice President, Lokotrack Solutions at Metso Outotec. 

“With these new models of 300 tonnes per hour capacity and 40 tonnes transport weight, customers have even more choice and flexibility to select from our cone crusher range. Lokotrack is a sustainable and future-proof choice for any type of aggregate production,” he adds.