|Machine Name||LIPPMANN LT3252 Track Jaw Crusher|
|Model Number||32x52 TRAC Jaw Crush|
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Finally a track unit worthy of the Lippmann name, the Lippmann 3252 Track Jaw mobile crushing unit offers many outstanding features including TRC, one of the toughest proven crusher chassis
systems in the industry. TPT, the proven power distribution system which delivers
increased power while reducing emissions and offering greater production.
The Lippmann 3252 Jaw with forced feeding action, offering greater
production than any other jaw in its class. With the added bonus of
Fuel Consumption for the Lippmann LT3252 at 6 gallons p/hour.
Tracks are dimensioned to provide well balanced operation. Oversized track drives provide high
mobility on any terrain. Only the highest quality components are used.
Triple Power Transmission (TPT)
Tried and proven gear transmission system specially designed for crawler crusher use.
Direct crusher drive provides the best possible power efficiency with twin VDP
pumps employed for hydraulic drives. The result is reduced fuel
consumption and greater system efficiency.
Main Discharge Conveyor
Wide belt ensures greater discharge capacity. Tail end is hydraulically raised for moving
and lowered for operation. Extended conveyor lengths are available on request as
an option. Leading belt conveyor components are used.
Intelligent Control System IC700
Easy to use information displayed on one screen. Single button process start, automatic
process control, and built-in fault diagnostics. Remote control up to 300 yds with
override umbilical option for emergency or for service use. Only world class
quality components are used.
Easy to Use – Easy to Maintain
The L3252 is equipped with informative signs and manuals. All service points are easy
to access. The grease points, where necessary, are equipped with grease hoses for
easy access. Service platforms are located for easy access to machine
High Operator Safety
The system design has been test audited for safety and has been thoroughly proven
in the field. Belt drives and conveyor nip points are well protected. Service
platforms are designed with operator safety in mind. The IC700 control
system incorporates features that protect both the operator and
machine. Emergency stops are well marked and positioned.
Excellent Environmental Friendliness
The L3252's diesel engine complies with EC Stage IIIA / EPA tier 3 emission regulations.
It offers lower fuel consumption over rivals in its class per ton produced, due to the
TPT power match system, as well as low noise pollution. Leak free hydraulic
system includes collection system for hydraulic maintenance.
The Lippmann Track unit design has been engineered employing 22 years of experience based
on many global applications. Plants, crushers, feeders and conveyors boast Lippmann's
world-renowned quality. First class application and service support backs all
Lippmann products as well as outstanding spare parts availability.
Optional transport bogies, inter dolly and king pin for truck mounting provide lower
moving costs and reduced transport height and weight. The track unit can also be
transported on a low bed trailer. A minimum amount of dismantling is required
with hopper walls folding hydraulically.
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D.A Collins chooses Lippmann’s new Mobile Track Jaw as primary heart of crushing
operation at recently opened New York state quarry.
AS PRINTED IN NAQR. AUGUST 09
Located in the Northeastern U.S., the D.A. Collins Companies have been serving the aggregate industry for more than 60 years. The company owns and operates several sand and gravel operations, quarries, trucking companies and concrete business including D.A. Collins
Construction, Kubricky Construction, ESMI of New Hampshire / New York,
D.A.Collins Environmental Services, Pallette Stone, Jointa Lime,
and Jointa Galusha.
Evidence of D.A. Collins imprint on the infrastructure is everywhere in this beautifully wooded region. As you travel north from Albany, New York, to Glens Falls, N.Y. up Interstate 87, most every mile
has been paved by a D.A. Collins company. Even the twin bridges over the Mohawk River
were a signature project contributing to the company’s rich history. Pallette Stone is
located in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., home of famous Saratoga Race Course,
America’s oldest sports venue where some 1,800 horses compete in
this town of historic Victorian elegance. Forty minutes northeast
is the new Jointa Galusha quarry.
“Hydro, bridges, highways – we like all of it. We welcome a challenge. There isn’t much we can’t do,” explains Tom Longe, D.A. Collins Companies’ CEO and President. Tom has been with the organization more than 40 years and explains that many employees are 10 to 20 year
veterans. D.A. Collins invests in, and values their people the way they invest in
equipment – for longevity. The same reason they were convinced they
should go with Lippmann’s new 3252 Mobile Track Jaw Unit as
the primary heart of their crushing operation at their recently
opened Jointa Galusha quarry.
D.A. Collins purchased the Jointa Galusha Quarry Company in Glens Falls, N.Y., in 1990. The original quarry dates back to the late 1800s, so naturally, with current material processing demands,
it would eventually be depleted of its reserves. Jointa Galusha explored the feasibility
of opening a new quarry in the town of Hartford, N.Y., and after 8 years of planning
and compliance with strict mitigation guidelines, permitting was finally secured
to access 250 acres of hard ledgerock limestone. The design and
construction of a stationary secondary aggregate crushing and
screening operation was underway, and the search for the
right primary Jaw crusher to feed the secondary plant
“Drawing on our experience with Jaws, we wanted the flexibility of a track-mounted primary rather than committing to a stationary primary installation. Lippmann has a strong reputation for a sturdy, dependable Jaw,” states Tom Longe. “We were looking for longevity, plus mobility in the
quarry was an important issue for us, so we could back away to blast, and move back
up to the quarry face. The Lippmann 3252 is very mobile, and we felt the Lippmann
Jaw would deliver more production than the Metso or Sandvik Jaw,” Tom continues.
“We had no previous experience with Lippmann, but heard nothing but good things about them throughout the industry. The new Lippmann 3252 Mobile Track Jaw primary is located in the pit and feeds the secondary installation that has been erected up top in the quarry. Currently there is a ramp up to the secondary plant’s hopper, but we eventually look to reduce haulage costs by tunneling and conveying the material up,” states Merile Latterell, Vice President / Equipment for D.A. Collins Companies. Merile has been with the company since 1975, and is not only responsible for all equipment acquisition and maintenance, but manages an impressive fabrication facility with offices in Gansevoort, just north of Saratoga Springs. There, the company engineers and designs its own material processing plant layouts and fabricates all of its own conveyors and other ancillary equipment. Routine machine maintenance is also conducted at this facility.
Dennis Duellman from Milwaukee Crusher recommended the new Lippmann track plant to Tom and Merile, and the executives traveled to Wisconsin to see the machine first hand. There they met with Bob Turner, Lippmann’s President, to get a close look at the first track plant Lippmann had designed and manufactured. Bob Turner has been closely following the track market for years and this is the first track unit he feels combines the productivity, reliability, and mobility good enough to earn the Lippmann name. Bob indicates the crawler unit’s design has been engineered employing 22 years of experience based on many global applications.
Lippmann states its 3252 Jaw, with forced feeding action, offers greater production than any other Jaw in its class. The chassis is an extremely tough, proven crusher chassis system with tracks dimensioned to provide well-balanced operation. Oversized track drives provide high mobility on any terrain. The Lippmann 3252 track unit features a triple power gear transmission system specially designed for crawler crusher use. This direct crusher drive is designed to provide the best possible power efficiency with twin VDP pumps employed for hydraulic drives. The result is reduced fuel consumption and greater system efficiency. The main discharge conveyor’s wide belt ensures greater discharge capacity. The tail end is hydraulically raised for moving and lowered for operation. An intelligent control system offers easy to use information displayed on one screen, with single button process start, automatic process control, and built-in fault diagnostics. The machine is operated by remote control from up to 300 yards, with an override umbilical option for emergency or service use.
“Since the 3252 is Lippmann’s first track machine, this was a test to see if we could get the production we wanted to feed the rest of the plant,” say Tom and Merile. “The plant has been very productive. We’re currently producing 450 TPH of 6-1/2 inch material,” states Merile. “We may even eventually go up to the next size Lippmann Jaw with a 20’ feeder. That would push us up to the next level for even greater capacity,” adds Tom. D.A. Collins bought a massive, new CAT 988 front-end loader just to feed the high capacity, heavy-duty track Jaw.
“The Lippmann track unit is a well-built machine,” say Tom and Merile. “Lippmann’s customer support and response have been excellent. We had some minor issues where a wear plate came off and cut the conveyor belt, but Lippmann was great. They were out here and had us up and running in record time, and it was all done on a handshake,” adds Tom.
Safety is a top priority at D.A. Collins. OSHA has given them VPP (Voluntary Protection Program) status, the only construction company to achieve this merit level. Consistent with these objectives, the Lippmann 3252 Track Jaw system design has been test audited for safety and has been thoroughly proven in the field. Belt drives and conveyor nip points are well protected. Service platforms are designed with operator safety in mind. The IC700 control system incorporates features that protect both the operator and machine, and emergency stops are well marked and positioned.
The 3252’s diesel engine complies with EC Stage IIIA / EPA tier 3 emission regulations and is designed to offer lower fuel consumption over rivals in its class per ton produced, due to the TPT power match system. The machine is also designed for low noise pollution. A leak-free hydraulic system includes a collection system for hydraulic maintenance. For transport, a minimum amount of dismantling is required, with hopper walls folding hydraulically.
Together, Pallette Stone, Jointa Lime, and Jointa Galusha manufacture aggregate materials for ready-mix concrete, pre-cast concrete, asphalt, crushed limestone, agricultural lime, crushed concrete sand, and washed mason sand. Applications include residential, commercial and industrial construction, septic leach fields, road bases, road surfaces, railroad ballast, drainage systems, filtration beds in water treatment systems, and structural embankment fill.
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