Metso Outotec's product family of primary gyratory crushers is called Superior™ MKIII primary gyratory crushers. The “MKIII” stands for the third generation of the Superior™ primary gyratory crushers has developed during over 100 years in designing and manufacturing crushers.
The latest Superior™ MKIII primary gyratory crushers generation is again better, more efficient, safer, and simpler than the previous one. It was developed especially to meet the needs of customers facing ever-changing ore grades and conditions.
Superior™ MKIII 70-89 primary gyratory crusher provides an extra edge to your mineral processing circuit.
Thanks to upgraded components, the Superior™ MKIII 70-89 primary gyratory crusher has increased speed and more crushing power.
The overall performance is also higher since refined design reduce downtime, increase capacity and operational safety.
During the development of the Superior™ MKIII 70-89 primary gyratory crusher, there has been tested extensively at different mining sites in the field.
The new features and upgrades have proven to be very useful, improving the profitability of primary crushing.
Intelligent measurement and analytics of crushing operations by control systems such as **VisioRock® and VisioTruck® provide detailed reporting and online analysis of plant operations for mineral processing. These optional automation tools can be connected to Superior™ MKIII primary gyratory crushers with ease.
(**As of 2022, VisioRock® has been upgraded to our new Metso Outotec RockSense product family offerings, RockSense 2D™ and RockSense 3D™).
The core of the Superior™ MKIII 70-89 primary gyratory crushers is the robust design.
Resistant U-shaped arched spider, durable manganese bronze spider bushing, new shell separators and inspection ports, as well as hardy one-piece main shaft makes the Superior™ MKIII 70-89 primary gyratory crusher efficient and lasting, but easy to maintain when needed.
All new Superior™ MKIII primary gyratory crushers features are retrofittable on existing Superior™ MKI and MKII primary gyratory crushers. This means that any equipment upgrades to existing Superior™ primary gyratory crushers can be implemented without issues.