Metso Outotec Crossover™ feeder

With an innovative and modular belt-over-apron hybrid design, the Metso Outotec Crossover™ feeder delivers unmatched levels of availability and reliability with a reduction in overall costs.

Metso Outotec’s Crossover™ feeder combines proven designs with innovation and modularity to produce a belt-over-apron hybrid solution. The Crossover feeder provides an alternative solution to applications where an apron or belt feeder would not be the optimal choice.

Flexibility

The Metso Outotec Crossover™ feeder has a unique design that uses modular components to configure any size of feeder that would be required. This approach creates a quicker execution process overall and more availability for the feeder.

Also the Crossver™ feeder gives a height reduction compared to conventional feeding technology. This allows the feeder to fit in applications where there are height restrictions, but also provide easy replacement capabilities in the right brownfield applications.

CAPEX savings

Metso Outotec’s Crossover™ feeder is designed to boost cost efficiency compared to conventional feeding technology. Through the reduced design height, less excavation and civil work will be required and results in providing installation cost savings.

With a modular design and bolt construction, the Crossover™ feeder provides an efficient solution for brownfield replacements of existing apron or belt feeders where access is limited.

Lower OPEX

Like Metso Outotec apron feeders, the Crossover™ feeder features robust, sealed for life track components. These provide long and reliable operating life.

Since the Crossover™ feeder does not require a dribble belt, it requires less rotating components and less maintenance. All of this combines to result in less operating costs.

Published by deltadoug21

Equipment manufacturer's representative. Involved with many aspects of industrial projects and applications for over 30 years.

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