Used Mining Equipment Info

The mining equipment aftermarket is you're best bet for finding great deals on a wide variety of used mining equipment including crushing, grinding and feeding machines. Brand new mining equipment is costly and there's no reason to go into debt when you can easily find high quality, heavy duty used mining equipment at great prices that will get the job done at mining, excavation and dig sites. No matter what machine you're in the market for, from grinding and milling equipment to crushing and feeding tools you'll find everything you need at Am-King.


Mining isn't cheap. Both the mining companies and financiers face great risks on a site project and the most daunting is completion risk, or whether or not the project will be completed on time and within the proposed budget. Studies done since 1965 have shown nearly 88% of large mining projects go over budget and of those most average between 22% and 25% over the original estimate. When a project is in the hundreds of millions of dollars this adds up to massive financial loss. Project managers and directors are under the gun to not only get the job operational and successful but to also do it within a reasonable budget.


One way to save money on a mining or excavation project is to invest in used mining equipment rather than purchase brand new machines. For thousands, if not tens of thousands, of dollars less you can find high quality industrial strength commercial grade used mining equipment in excellent condition that will perform up to your project expectations. The savings really add up when you're looking for expensive machinery including gyratory crushers, vibrating feeders, cranes and excavators. On average used mining equipment will cost between 30% - 40% less than buying new. If you're looking to cut costs at a mining site those numbers should peak your interest.


In addition to saving money on the equipment you also greatly reduce delivery lag time with used equipment as opposed to brand new machines that can take much longer to arrive on site.