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FULLER-TRAYLOR

®
TYPE NT
HEAVY DUTY PRIMARY GYRATORY CRUSHER
MINERALS TECHNOLOGY GROUP - CRUSHING




FULLER-TRAYLOR
®
TYPE NT PRIMARY GYRATORY CRUSHER
LOW RESTRICTION SHELL AND DESIGN FEATURES
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Less Restriction
Vertical Buttress
Contact Oil Seal
Flat Rim
Negative Offset
Vertical Wall
Reduced Impact
and Wear



FULLER-TRAYLOR
®
TYPE NT PRIMARY GYRATORY CRUSHER
500 BHN BOTTOM SHELL LINER ARRANGEMENT

FFE Minerals custom designs bottom shell liners to suit ore type or other special
conditions with the flexibility to combine abrasion resistant steel plate with cast shields.

• Simple liner shapes are easier to handle. High hardness materials and smaller shapes
translate into less material waste over time (i.e. Replace liners only where needed, not a
single large liner with only localized wear. Bottom shell liners are not replaced in sets as with
concaves.)



• Greater flexibility in spare part sourcing due to widespread availability of AR plate and simple
liner shapes.
• Simple layout of the Type NT bottom shell allows customization of liner materials to optimize
wear and performance. Cast shields are available in a variety of materials: manganese steel,
alloy steel or white iron.
• Bottom shell housing includes 2 inspection ports for the eccentric gear and countershaft
pinion.



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500 BHN Abrasion
Resistant Plate
3 Inspection ports located
strategically to view lower
mantle and crusher discharge.
Fuller-Traylor® Disk Liner
Attachment System
Rock Box Rib Design
Rock-on-Rock Impact
Reduces Wear



ROCK BOX STYLE SPIDER CAP

Optional rock box spider cap, low wear and maintenance resulting from rock-on-rock
impact.















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Cast Manganese Steel Standard –
Work Hardens from Impact and
Provides Longer Life as Compared
to “Carbon Steel”



ROCK BOX STYLE SPIDER SHIELDS

Available as an option. Low wear and maintenance resulting from rock-on-rock impact.
Suitable for direct dump only.








MATERIAL
RETENTION
WALLS







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Extended Spider Shield Side Walls –
Available for Multiple Point Direct Dump
Arrangement to Resist Side Impact.



SPIDER ASSEMBLY

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Tapered Spider Bushing –
Can Be Removed and Installed
Without Removing the Mainshaft
“Supernut” Style Spider
Bolts Standard – Allows
Rapid Removal and
Installation of the Mainshaft
Automatic Grease
Lubrication Standard
for Spider Bushing
Phosphorous Bronze Spider Bushing –
Provides Longer Life as Compared to
“Cast Iron” Bushings
ur)
Hydraulic Spider Separation –
Available to Allow Rapid
Removal and Installation of
the Mainshaft (1/2 Ho




TOP SHELL SEAL WITH INTEGRALLY CAST SUPPORT RING

Low wear and maintenance resulting from rock-on-rock impact. Greater flexibility in
spare part sourcing due to widespread availability of AR plate and simple liner shapes.
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Integrally Cast Seal Support Ring –
Available to Provide Positive Barrier
to Moisture and Mud, Resulting in
Less Housekeeping
Flush 500 BHN Top Shell Seal and Rim Liner Plates –
Typically Covered By Ore and Less Prone To Being
Dislodged By Rock Breaker



MAINSHAFT ASSEMBLY
































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t
Cast Iron Dust Seal Ring –
Provides Longer Life As
Compared to “Plastic”
Split Ring Contact Oil Seal –
Provides Barrier to Oil Loss
Over Dust Bonnet.
Mainshaft Sleeve Standard –
Provides Additional Protection
of the Upper Journal
Two Piece Head Nut Standard
– Provides Additional
Protection of the Mainshaf
Oil flow between main shaft
and inner eccentric bushing.
Split ring seal redirects oil flow
to outer bushing.



ECCENTRIC ASSEMBLY
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Leaded Bronze Inner
Eccentric Bushing for peak
performance
Large Face Width Spiral Bevel Gear Set –
Achieves Strength and Durability Ratings
by Greater Contact Area Rather than
Extreme Surface Hardness. Less Risk of
Tooth Failure Due To Shock Loading



FULLER-TRAYLOR
®
COUNTERSHAFT STANDARD FEATURES

Lockplate Style Countershaft Nut – Low Maintenance Bearings.

Countershaft Bearing Resistance Temperature Detectors – Continuous Monitoring Of
Bearings.







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Item 1: Countershaft Nut
Item 2: Countershaft Locknut
Item 3: Lockplate
Item 4: (2) Hex Head Cap Screws
Item 5: (2) Lockwashers
Item 6: Bearing RTD’s



TRIPLE CLIPPER TACONITE COUNTERSHAFT OIL SEAL STANDARD

Positive barrier to oil loss and dust contamination.














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Triple Oil Seal




FULLER-TRAYLOR
®
MPI-300 MANTLE POSITION INDICATOR


Specifications


Non-Linearity: ± 0.05% of Full Scale
Resolution: ≤ 1.0 A DC
Hysteresis: 0.00001 in.
Repeatability: Resolution + Hysteresis


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High Accuracy Mantle Position Sensor –
Allows Accurate Setting Control, Improved
Liner Wear Monitoring and Automated
Crusher Operation



LUBRICATION AND HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

Standard Features:

Fully Independent Lubrication and Hydraulic Systems – Eliminates Risk of Cross
Contamination

Duplex Cartridge Type Oil Lubrication Filters – Can Be Serviced Online.

Standby Lubrication Oil Pump – Can Be Serviced Online.

High Accuracy Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs) – Allows Accurate Control
and Continuous Trending for Maintenance

304 Stainless Steel Thermowells – RTDs Can Be Serviced Online.

Indirect Pipe Mounted Coil Type Heaters - Can Be Serviced Online.


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Fuller-Traylor

Type NT Primary Gyratory
Crusher Capacities in Metric Tons Per Hour




Capacities are based on the following assumed feed distributions: maximum feed to the crusher (F
100
)
equals 80% of the feed opening size and 80% of the feed gradation (F
80
) is equal to or less than 50% of
the feed opening size. Bulk Density is assumed to be 1.6 metric tons per cubic meter. Capacities are
calculated at the maximum eccentric throw for each machine size.

Please note that the above capacities are typical, but crushing applications may vary widely with material,
feed characteristics, moisture, and work index. FFE Minerals recommends verification of throughput and
capacities of Fuller-Traylor
®
Gyratory Crushers for each installation. Specific throughput needs can be
met through engineering analysis and modification of crusher geometry.







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FFE MINERALS / FULLER-TRAYLOR GYRATORY CRUSHER
CAPACITIES IN MTPH
Crusher Size Feed Opening Pinion RPM
Max. kW
(HP)
Open Side Setting of Discharge Opening
127 152 178 203 229 255 280
Nominal Size (mm)
Nominal Size (in)
5” 6” 7” 8” 9” 10” 11”
1100 x 1750
(43” x 69”)
1100mm
(43”)
600
375
(500)
1780 2170 2730
1300 x 1750
(51” x 69”)
1300mm
(51”)
600
375
(500)
1650 2040 2560
1370 x 1950
(54” x 77”)
1370mm
(54”)
600
450
(600)
1800 2190 2680 3160
1600 x 2000
(63” x 79”)
1600mm
(63”)
600
450
(600)
1750 2130 2600 2920
1525 x 2260
(60” x 89”)
1525mm
(60”)
600
600
(800)
3020 3700 4617 5485
1525 x 2870
(60” x 113”)
1525mm
(60”)
514
750
(1000)
3810 5485 6160 7165 7665 8200



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Fuller-Traylor

Type NT Primary Gyratory
Product Analysis

Fuller-Traylor Gyratory Crusher - Estimated
Product Size Distributions by Crusher OSS
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
0 50 100 150 200 250 300
Particle Size (mm)
P
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r
c
e
n
t

P
a
s
s
i
n
g

(
%
)
127
152
178
203
229
Estimated Product
Size Distribution Curves
by
Crusher Open Side
Setting (mm)
Increasing OSS
Open Side
Setting (mm)


To use the Product Analysis Chart, determine what particle size is required (X-Axis) and intersect the
appropriate curve based on Open Side Setting (OSS). Correlate the intersecting point on the OSS curve
to the Percent Passing (Y-Axis) to determine the approximate percent passing of an exact particle size at
an exact Open Side Setting.

EXAMPLE: For a Particle Size of 150mm, what is the percent passing a 178mm OSS? The Percentage
of 150mm particles passing an OSS of 178mm would be ~76%.

Please note, these are typical product size distributions and vary widely with feed distribution and specific
rock characteristics materials. For specific application information, please contact FFE Minerals
Applications Engineers.