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The Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point (BCP for short) is a series of infrastructure projects that will see the construction of the seventh land crossing between Shenzhen in China and Hong Kong. This will see the construction of highways and tunnels as well as other significant infrastructure programs. Playing a significant role is an array of crushing and drilling equipment from Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology, all supported by Sandvik's Hong Kong office.
Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology will be taking the opportunity of this year's Demo Expo to showcase two of the smaller members of their mobile crushing and screening range, with the QJ241 jaw crusher and QE241 scalping screen on display. Demo Expo is a demolition show, organised in conjuction with the National Federation of Demolition Contractors (NFDC) and takes place from Thursday 22nd until Saturday 24th June at the Hertfordshire Showground.
The mobile Sandvik top hammer drill rig has carved out a career that its developers could scarcely have dreamt of. Since its launch last year, the new Commando DC130Ri model from Sandvik has demonstrated its impressive versatility in a wide range of demanding applications, both above and below ground.
Scottish company AB2000 Ltd visited Hillhead last year and were so impressed with the QJ341+ on display that they decided to purchase this latest addition to the Sandvik range of jaw crushers there and then. Since it was delivered they have seen a marked increase in production, almost doubling capacity over their previous model.
The new Sandvik CS550 cone crusher launched at CONEXPO-CON/AGG is a powerful secondary stage crusher for 700–750-tonne applications. In addition to flexibility and sheer tonnage, it offers advanced automation and maintenance features for maximal productivity and uptime.
Sandvik is pleased to announce a new addition to its scalper range with the introduction of the new Sandvik QE441 Free Flow. A versatile and highly efficient solution for processing difficult to screen materials and products with high moisture contents.
Sandvik has taken the well-known DPi series surface top hammer drill rigs to a completely new level with notable upgrades to their productivity and economy. More productive than ever before means not only drilling with one of the most efficient top hammer drill rig in the world, but totally new way of thinking of drilling and related processes. New Sandvik digital technology opens up a whole range of opportunities to be more efficient, to really know how to control the whole drilling process.
Sandvik Mobile crushers and screens is widening its mobile offering into the US and Canadian market with the launch of the Sandvik UJ310+ jaw crusher and the new Sandvik UI310+ Prisec™ impact crusher. Electrically driven they offer a cost-effective solution for aggregates producers who require the productivity and reliability of Sandvik crushers, yet don't require the onsite mobility of tracked plant.
Depending on the application, a crusher is either at the heart of the process or is a vital part of the process. It simply cannot be removed for extended periods of time without affecting the productivity. If major components start to fail and the crusher begins nearing the end of its life, Sandvik can replace it and restore the entire crushing system to its original glory.
Targeted at the most demanding of aggregate producers, the compact Sandvik QS331 has been designed to accept large feed sizes and achieve high production capacities. This produces benefits for customers by delivering improved productivity on such applications as Type 1, crusher run or in primary gravel crushing.
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