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A mobile crusher for forest road construction



A mobile crusher for forest road construction



Communicationes Instituti Forestalis Fenniae (107): 30



The results are given of time studies with a Mertsa mobile moraine crusher (prototype)/excavator unit at Vesijako and Mantsala, southern Finland, in summer-autumn 1979. The crushing method resulted in lower road construction costs, compared to conventional gravel hauling, when the hauling distance was over 7 km. It is estimated that with some improvements to both the crusher and the working techniques these costs could be lower when the hauling distance is over 1 km.

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