Copper Mountain Mine’s new Raptor 2000 rock crusher – lower main frame en route

The biggest of four major parts of the permanent secondary crusher is en route.

Kamloops BC – Leaving from the Kamloops Heritage Rail & Park: The biggest of four major parts of the permanent secondary crusher is now loaded onto a special heavy duty transport rig for transport by road from Kamloops to the Copper Mountain Mine site in Princeton. The lower main frame is the largest and heaviest piece of the Raptor 2000 rock crusher

Kamloops BC – Leaving from the Kamloops Heritage Rail & Park: The biggest of four major parts of the permanent secondary crusher is now loaded onto a special heavy duty transport rig for transport by road from Kamloops to the Copper Mountain Mine site in Princeton. The lower main frame is the largest and heaviest piece of the Raptor 2000 rock crusher