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Boom System

Boom systems are at work on mobile, portable and stationary crushing plants in mines, quarries and industrial sites throughout the world.
  • WH1250

  • YZH

Once the optimum hydraulic rockbreaker boom system is selected, the boom system itself needs to be selected to carry the weight of the chosen rockbreaker and meet the reach requirements for the application.

Additionally, consideration should be given to the expected operating duty and whether there is a need for raking rocks in larger chutes or dump pockets. If it is expected that regular raking of rocks and material will be necessary, a heavier duty boom system may need to be considered.

Selecting a boom system that is too light for the application will lead to higher maintenance costs which accelerate over time, due to excessive pivot pin and bush wear and possible fatigue failures in structural components. The end result will be a reduced effective life of the boom.

Conversely, over-sizing the stationary booms rockbreaker and the boom system will increase the initial capital cost and have a flow on effect on the cost of support structures and foundations.


Correctly sized pedestal booms system which are operated and maintained correctly can achieve an operating life of up to 20 years or more.

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YZH Also Offers Customized Service And Has The Ability To Design And Manufacture The Pedestal Booms According To Actual Working Conditions And Requirements To Meet All Specific Needs From The Customers.