|Machine Name||SANDVIK QI440|
|Engine and Components|
|Engine Burns Oil||No|
|Engine Oil Leaks||No|
|Conveyor Belts Condition||Good|
|Engine Parts Condition||Good|
|Drivetrain and Mechanical|
|Wheels Condition||Not Applicable|
|Pumps and Motor Leaks||No|
|Hydraulic System Condition||Good|
The new Sandvik QI440 is a heavy duty, track-mounted impact crusher with an optional onboard recirculating system, double screen boxes and double deck to allow two screened products to be produced along with an oversize. Powered by a fuel-efficient 328 kW C-13 diesel engine, the QI440 incorporates a Sandvik CI322 impactor with a 14" direct drive wet clutch.
Features and values
Excellent reduction ratio across a broad spectrum.
Fitted with a pre-screen as standard to ensure maximum scalping capability to maximise throughput and reduce wear costs.
Underpan feeder as standard for maximum belt protection.
Variable tip speed from 30 to 37 metres / sec.
Hydraulically adjustable main conveyor for relieving wire blockages in recycle applications.
Designed for optimum fuel economy and low operating costs.
Max feed size
700mm (27½ in)
Capacity up to
500 TPH (551 st)
No. of products
Operating dimensions - Open Circuit
4.60m (15 ft 1 in)
6.83m (22 ft 5 in) inc. NF conv
16.50m (54 ft 2 in)
52.5 t (57.8 st)
Operating dimensions - Closed Circuit
5.33m (17 ft 6 in)
Width with NF conveyor
6.83m (22 ft 5 in)
Width with NF conveyor and stockpiler
11.15 m (36 ft 7 in)
19.49 m (63 ft 11 in)
61.9t (63.2 st)
Transport dimensions - Open Circuit
3.60m (11 ft 9¾ in)
Width (Width (with recirc and stockpile conveyors)
3.00m (9 ft 10 in)
Width (without stockpile conveyor)
3.30m (10 ft 10 in)
15.73m (51 ft 7 in)
Transport dimensions - Closed Circuit
3.76m (12 ft 4 in)
3.54m (11 ft 7 in)
18.45m (60 ft 6 in)
Main conveyor dimensions
4.21m (13 ft 10 in)
1.2m (47¼ in)
Natural Fines Conveyor Dimensions
3.1m (10 ft 2 in)
0.65m (25½ in)
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