C4 Cone Crusher
Power and performance meet in the C4 cone crusher with its 456kW (612Hp) power unit and 1321mm (52”) cone. Highly mobile, it offers high production and a large stockpile capacity. Rugged and durable, the C4 is designed to take on the most abrasive and toughest materials in aggregates, mining and C&D recycling.
The C4 heavy duty cone crusher features an integrated hopper with rear folding door to allow direct loading, direct drive for more power and lower fuel costs, and an open chassis for ease of maintenance.
Ready to take on the heaviest projects, the unrivalled reduction ratios of the C4 put McCloskey at the fore of mobile crushing worldwide.
- 400 HP Cone
- Large gap between crusher discharge and main conveyor feedboot
- Integrated hopper with folding rear door
- Open chassis design for ease of maintenance
- Fast setup time
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