Equipment manufacturer Osborn recently joined forces with Afrisam for a pilot project to test the first Osborn H300 gyratory crusher to come out of the company’s Elandsfontein manufacturing facility.

Osborn Afrisam celebration
To celebrate its success, and thank Afrisam Ferro, Osborn hosted a festive get-together at the quarry

Currently in the final stages of development, the brand new Osborn H300 has been designed the meet the toughest secondary crushing conditions of mines and quarries around the world, and it is expected to be a sought-after addition to Osborn’s line-up of robust machines, states product specialist Shane Beattie.

“We are very grateful to have been given access to Afrisam Ferro’s quarrying plant in Pretoria North, and afforded the opportunity to install and test the first Osborn H300 gyratory crusher here.

“So far, the test project has been very successful, and we look forward to officially unveiling our new machine in due course,” he states.

To celebrate its success, and thank Afrisam Ferro, Osborn hosted a festive get-together at the quarry.

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