The best selling mobile crushing plants for contractors
Gulin, the world leader in rock and minerals processing, has also pioneered the development of track-mounted, fully mobile crushing plants. Over 20 years ago, Gulin was the first manufacturer to start serial production of the mobile units.
Today, Gulin’s Mining and Construction Technology has delivered thousands trackmounted mobile crushing plants: for contract crushers, in-pit and mining applications and recycle crushing sites.
The Gulin Series represents a guaranteed, state-of-the-art commitment to crushing know-how and quality. For contractors, Gulin offers a complete range of tracked jaw, impactor and cone plants, all specially designed to meet the challenges facing today´s crushing contractors.
The best selling Gulin Series offers you
- true mobility
- high capacity
Take a closer look at the Gulin Series mobile crushing plants for contractors. Gulin is making your crushing contracting more profitable.
Compact, efficient and intelligent
With the Gulin LT96, Gulin unveils a new size class in the mobile crushing plant series for contractors. Being compact, efficient and intelligent, Gulin LT96 meets the challenges of contract crushing today, combining excellent mobility, high crushing capacity and good availability. The Gulin LT96 crushes all feed materials equally effectively, from hard rock to all mineral based demolition materials, opening up new business opportunities.
Active Setting Control as option
A new, advanced Active Setting Control for LT96 is now available. The new system acts as a setting adjustment system and releases the crusher cavity to open in the event of hitting non-crushable, oversized material. The new protective system adds greatly to crusher availability, especially in recycling applications.
The active control system is based on three hydraulic cylinders and an ultrasonic sensor attached to the rear of the crusher. In cases where non-crushable material like a piece of iron enters the crusher cavity and generates a high pressure, the relief valve is opened and releases the hydraulic oil from the cylinders.
As a result, the crusher cavity opens and the non-crushable material will fall out of the crusher. After opening, the ultrasonic sensor returns the closed-side setting automatically to the preset, original value.