Optimising Sila Sanon's quarry

Published 25 February 2013

Quarry owner Busitarnuntakul of Thailand employs a primary cone crusher together with Sandvik’s QI340 tracked impact crusher to process its limestone into accurate-sized material for the construction industry. The recent installation has helped the aggregate specialist save on transport costs and enable it to process material at the quarry face at higher rates of output. By Sompong Sooksa-nguan, Sandvik Construction, Thailand.

The Sandvik QI340 tracked impact crusher increases production at Sila Sanon quarry

The Sila Sanon limestone quarry is currently playing a key role in providing high-quality aggregates for the growing Thai construction industry. To achieve this, the family-owned operation has recently invested in a full-range of crushing and screening plant equipment supplied by Sandvik Construction’s dealer in Thailand, the William Wong Group. Through the use of this new equipment the quarry is now able to supply over 200,000tpm of accurately-sized materials.

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