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201TCR Cone Crusher | Powerful & Efficient Crusher | Rokbro

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The Tesab 200TCR recirculating cone crusher combines the versatility of the 200TC Cone Crusher with a full screening and reirculating system, allowing operators to produce a high quality crushed and screened final product with one machine. Both the 200TC & 200TCR have full-level features such as load and material level monitoring, full hydraulic push button Closed Side Setting (CSS) adjust and a full hydraulic relief system.
CAPACITY Engine CAT 9.3
CAPACITY Weight 52,000kg
CAPACITY Crusher Drive Direct Drive
CAPACITY CSS Adjustment Hydraulic
CAPACITY Production Rate* up to 250TPH
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Load Sensing Pumps
E-SERIES MACHINES
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL
KEESTRACK-ER REMOTE MONITORING
Load Sensing Pumps
Load Sensing Pumps

A primary crusher with superior shaping ability, the R5 Impact Crusher fills a variety of roles using just one piece of equipment. The R5’s built in pre-screen’s, post-screens and recirculation conveyor ensures maximum product quality and throughput.

E-SERIES MACHINES
E-SERIES MACHINES

A primary crusher with superior shaping ability, the R5 Impact Crusher fills a variety of roles using just one piece of equipment. The R5’s built in pre-screen’s, post-screens and recirculation conveyor ensures maximum product quality and throughput.

WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL

A primary crusher with superior shaping ability, the R5 Impact Crusher fills a variety of roles using just one piece of equipment. The R5’s built in pre-screen’s, post-screens and recirculation conveyor ensures maximum product quality and throughput.

KEESTRACK-ER REMOTE MONITORING
KEESTRACK-ER REMOTE MONITORING

A primary crusher with superior shaping ability, the R5 Impact Crusher fills a variety of roles using just one piece of equipment. The R5’s built in pre-screen’s, post-screens and recirculation conveyor ensures maximum product quality and throughput.

// FAQs

frequently asked questions

Do I need a steel Apron feeder or a belt feeder on my scalping screen?

The general perception in NZ is a Steel apron feeder is better. This isn't always the case. In most applications a belt feeder scalping screen is better than a apron feeder. The only application where a steel apron feeder comes into its own is sharp rock or feeding large material from the quarry face. In river alluvial rock, topsoil & Compost, sand or small material (200mm-) applications a belt feeder is a far better option. 

Is a Jaw/Cone or a closed circuit impactor better?

There's a lot of variables in this. Are you a contractor who moves from site to site often? What is your main product from a revenue point of view- Could you use a Jaw/Cone 90% of the time and possibly hire an impactor for 1 month of the year to cover demand for certain products? What is your fines content? What's your required throughput? What's your feed size?   Alot of New Zealand have tunnel vision for impact crushers because old mate down the road has one. Remember every quarry is different. We would advise to try a cone crusher if you ever have an opportunity. Don't take someone else's word for it. Where a cone doesn't work for one quarry it may be perfect for another. Think of your long term costs. Initial capital expenditure may be more yes but blow bars are not cheap. There's a reason why all the major quarries in New Zealand run with a Jaw/Cone set up. 

Do i need a stacker for my operation?

In short, yes you do. You may not know it as you've never had one. If you have the space for a stacker, take our advise and buy/hire one. Thank us later. The general comment after some buys a stacker is "I should have bought this years ago". As the old saying goes, its the cheapest loader you'll ever buy. Yes of course you still need to pick the material up to load trucks but you would be shocked at the amount of diesel you'll save and the pressure if takes off a loader operator. The downside to stackers, particular on larger material is segregation. There is ways to mitigate this problem. If you have any questions talk to our team.