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Make a clever move with our efficient Mining Crushing Stations

Built on decades-long experience and numerous references around the globe in all climate zones and with different site characteristics, we are able to offer you Crushing Plants that are perfectly tailored to your demands and sustainable operations.

With our Crushing Stations you benefit from a mobile crushing solution without having to compromise on performance. 


We offer both direct-fed and indirect-fed Crushing Plants. While Apron Feeders typically feed the latter, the direct-fed solution has the feed material dumped directly into the feed hopper from tipping points for dump trucks. 


Full flexibility and performance along with reduced emissions 


Our Mining Crushing Stations stand out for the reduced need for transportation across the operational sites. Instead of the cumbersome moving of materials, the crushing gear can be relocated to where the material is. This eliminates a significant amount of time as well as CO2 emissions, which in turn supports you in reaching your environmental aims along with saving you a significant amount of money. 


The best thing is: You can benefit from all these advantages without having to compromise on performance and reliability. Our Crushing Plants are able to achieve throughputs as high as 14,000 tph. Further, all operation and safety standards as known from common stationary plants are included without any sacrifices. 


A wide range of primary crushing models for a wide range of applications 


Our Crushing Plants are in operation for a broad selection of applications in the mining and mineral processing industry. They are a powerful choice for the processing of soft, medium as well as hard rock. 


To be sure you always have the best setup for each of these applications available, FLS Mining Crushing Plants can be operated with any primary crusher model, such as:


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