Exporting a Stationary Crusher Plant to Paraguay for Aggregate Sales
Working Video of Stationary Basalt Crusher
Cooperation Details Between AIMIX and the Customer From Paraguay
In 2022, AIMIX exported a stationary crusher plant to Paraguay. This stationary crushing plant, with a production capacity of 150 tons per hour, was specifically designed to process basalt, catering to the growing market needs for aggregates.
This stone crushing plant consisted of two main lines designed to produce different types of aggregates. The first line featured a jaw crusher as the primary crushing machine, focusing on producing coarse materials. The second line, equipped with a cone crusher, served as the primary crusher for producing fine aggregates.
Our client’s investment in this dual-line crushing plant aimed at capitalizing on the market demand for both coarse and fine aggregates.
Configuration One: vibrating feedeer, jaw crusher, conveying belt, vibrating screen, etc.
Configuration Two: vibrating feedeer, cone crusher, conveying belt, vibrating screen, etc.
Prior to export, our dedicated team meticulously prepared the workshop to ensure the highest standards were met. Thorough quality checks were conducted to guarantee optimal performance and reliability of the stationary crusher plant.
Once these stringent procedures were completed, the plant was carefully packaged, securely loaded, and prepared for shipment to Paraguay.
These photos and videos highlight the smooth functioning of the stationary crusher plant, emphasizing its ability to process basalt and produce high-quality aggregates. By witnessing the plant’s performance firsthand, potential customers can gain confidence in its reliability and efficiency.
These videos show the working condition of AIMIX crushing plant in Paraguay. If you are in Paraguay and would like to visit our crusher plant case, please contact AIMIX.
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