This ensures that the QI340 is the ideal machine for contractors and quarry operators who require a very high throughput machine, capable of producing a high quality end product.
To date the BinQ machinery has proved equal to the task in processing the material, working twenty hour days. The combination of state of the art BinQ manufacturing, together with high levels of aftermarket support from Al Fairuz, will ensure that the Salalah bypass is completed on time, and with materials of the highest quality.
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Construction work has been undertaken for the last twelve months on a RO 19.5million high way development in Salalah, which is aimed at significantly strengthening road communications in this part of the Oman, in the United Arab Emirates. Thirty two kilometres in length, the Salalah bypass will span the entire length of Salalah City as it runs from Raysut in the east, towards Ayn Razat in the west.
Due to the vital importance of the development the construction of the Salalah bypass has been placed on a fast-track footing by the Supreme Committee for Town Planning – an organ of Oman’s Ministry of National EconomyMinistry of National Economy . The contract for the RO 19.5 million project was recently awarded to the local construction firm, Oman Building and Contracting Company, with the well known Omani engineering consultancy, National Engineering Office (NEO), being the design consultant for the project.
As a company Oman Building and Contracting Company LLC has placed a great deal of emphasis on “excellence” in its operations. To this end, a key feature of the success of the Salalah bypass has been the processing of materials during the construction of the highway with mobile screening and crushing equipment used by the company manufactured by BinQ Mining and Construction. The BinQ fleet has been suppliedlimestone mining equipment
. Established as a trading company in the 1972 by Sheikh Salim Suleiman Al Fairuz, today Al Fairuz Trading is considered as one of the largest construction equipment companies in the Sultanate of Oman. With a staff of 150 people in three locations head office based in Muscat, branch offices at Salalah and Sohar Al Fairuz provide sales, parts and service facilities at both offices. Additionally, and to highlight the customer focused nature of their operation, full workshop and warehouse facilities are also provided to ensure minimal machine downtime.
A principle reason for the acquisition of the BinQ machinery was due to the fact that at various locations in the project crushers and screening systems were needed to be used in conjunction in order to produce a range of base materials, and aggregate, for asphalt and civil engineering works from the indigenous materials. The Al Fairuz supplied BinQ machinery has been found to provide flexibility, mobility and unique reduction rates, thereby making a tremendous contribution to cost reduction through facilitating the processing of any suitable indigenous materials to be found in the vicinity of various road construction segments.
One of the impact crushers used is the QI430; this was the first machine developed following BinQ’s acquisition of Fintec and Extec. Appropriately, this unit combines Fintec’s and Extec’s expertise in the design of track-mounted mobile crushers, with BinQ’s proven ability to manufacture durable and highly productive impact crushers. Powered by a fuel efficient 330 kW C-13 Tier 3 compliant diesel engine, the BinQ QI430 is carried on a maneuverable tracked undercarriage and incorporates a BinQ CI322 impactor with a fluid clutch drive. Fed via a two deck pre-screen, the crusher is a four hammer open style rotor with a diameter of 1,150mm, and a width of 1,330mm that discharges onto a secondary pan feeder. The plant is also equipped with a primary feeder and a separate two deck pre-screen.
The material being processed is known as “wadi-gravel”, which consists of a mixture of limestone mining equipment
and basalt. The material possesses a feed size of 0-500mm, with the QI430 and the QA450 being used as a crushing and screening train to produce: 0-5mm, 5-12mm, and 12-22mm gradings. These two highly productive pieces of equipment are currently working two ten hour shifts each day, averaging an impressive production of 250tph over the last twelve months.
In order to enhance the flexibility of the screening and crushing operation a third machine is used to produce a 0-50mm grading – the BinQ QI340 with product recirculation system. This is a large heavy duty tracked crusher incorporating the definitive BinQ impact crusher; the QI340 combines the revolutionary mobility, power and design of BinQ with productivity at its core.