Striker Mobile Crushers & Screens
Striker has established itself as a strong and reliable solution provider to all crushing and screening and materials handling projects around the world. Striker offices situated throughout Australia, China, South East Asia and has manufacturing facilities in Asia and Australia.
In 1998 Striker designed and built their first track mounted Impact Crusher, and since then they have manufactured thousands of mobile crushers, screens and conveyors, along with hundreds of fixed and portable plants for the Australian, Asian
and world markets.
Striker’s design principals were carved out of the harsh aggregate and mining environment of Australia where crushing & screening equipment is called upon to perform in all levels of climate from near freezing temperatures to hot tropical climates
and in a range of various processing applications such as Iron Ore, granite, basalt, Coal, and Bauxite.
At Striker we call on the combine resources and experience of over 150 years and provide the latest in design and manufacturing processes to ensure quality crushing, screening and materials handling equipment. This combined with years
of practical experience gained in the field installing plants throughout the world, is the reason you can rely on Striker to provide the technical and practical know how for your next project.
Striker believes in listening to the customer and designing plant that the customer wants and can use. Some of the design principles behind the Striker product range are listed below:
- Build it strong enough to withstand excessive abuse from operators and the material being processed
- Don’t compromise on grades and thickness of steels in the process of manufacture in an effort to achieve a lighter weight machines and plant designs
- Keep the mechanics and electrics of the machines standard and simple and yet ensure they keep up with all the latest technologies
- Be flexible enough to build the machine the client wants with the features that best suit the application
- Comply to all safety standards
“To be a global supplier and manufacturer of the highest quality heavy duty equipment, through innovative and evolutionary design and a determination to add value to both our own company and those we serve.”
OUR CORE VALUES
- Customer always come first
- Take professional approach in everything we do or we say
- Respect our customers and what they bring us
- Respect individuals and opinions of each other
- Maintain a constant awareness for the culturally diverse environment we work in
- Commitment to continuous improvement, innovation and evolution
- Be countable for our actions
“To provide unlimited solutions for the processing of the worlds resources with an awareness of environmental sustainability and an appreciation of the culturally diverse locations in which we operate.”
Open for business
Striker opens for business on the 1st of July 1998, originally known as QMS Quarry and Mining Services Pty Ltd
First bare impact crusher
The Striker name was born and the first bare impactor was designed and built in Perth, Western Australia. These where sold into a quarry in South Australia still operating today. The Striker impact crusher was designed to work as a primary, secondary or tertiary crusher and also fits perfectly onto the Striker track chassis.
Striker track machines born
Striker track machines are born, the first model was the HDT1110, not sure about the funky colour scheme. Over the years Striker has maintained the design principles of the very first track machine and uses common components through the complete range of machines.
First year of production
With an initial build schedule and plan to sell 5 machines, Striker exceed all expectations and built and delivered 13 HDT1110 machines in the first year of production, along with the new colour scheme, much nicer.
Customised plants was a big part of Striker’s early years; in 2001 we built this 1000TPH Gabion screen. These types of plants are now produced through MAX Plant.
Wheel mounted mobile crushers
Wheel mounted mobile crushers where still popular in Australia in the early 2000’s and Striker designed and built jaws, cones, screens and impact crusher trailers for customers all over the country.
750TPH gold heap leach plant
2002 saw us design, manufacture, install and commission a 750TPH gold heap leach plant in Kambalda Western Australia. These types of plants are now produced through MAX Plant.
Large fixed plant
Designing fixed plant was a big part of the early days at Striker/QMS. With plants designed for many of Australia’s mining and contracting companies. This plant for Penrice Quarries in South Australia produced aggregates and material for the lime plant. These types of plants are now produced through MAX Plant.
JR4230 track jaw crusher, the first jaw on tracks by Striker. Not knowing what to call this beast it was named after Craig’s children, Jordan and Reece giving it the “JR” prefix. JR4230 is now known as the JM1180, after we developed the metric numbering system on our machines.
First Striker track screen
Now was time to get serious and develop a screen range, so in 2003 we designed and built the first Striker track screen, the massive SC207 with a 20ft x 7ft double deck screen. These screens are still massive sellers for Striker with machines operating in mines and quarries across Australia, Asia and China.
Track cone range launched
We launch our mobile cone range with the first machine being a CR200 fitted with a 200HP cone. This machine is still in Striker’s rental fleet and has done over 43,000 hours of rental work through Australia and SE Asia.
East coast Expansion
Expansion was happening and Striker ventured onto the East coast of Australia setting up offices in Brisbane with sales reps in each state of Australia. This HQR1112 was supplied into central NSW and was the launch of the Striker HQR1112, our most popular machine to
Even smaller machines
Customers where asking for even smaller machines. In 2005 we designed and built the first HDT807 mobile impact crusher. In later years this machine got a crusher upgrade and is now known as the HQ907 and can be fitted with an after screen turning it into the ultimate contractors machine.
Home to the first Striker HDT1312R
BHP Roxby Downs in South Australia was the home to the first Striker HDT1312R. This machine was one of four Striker HQ1312 Impact Crusher working in the quarry on site producing aggregate to use in the CAF plant for back filling the underground mine.
500TPH Iron ore lump and fines plant
Papua New Guinea (PNG)
Our first machine into Papua New Guinea (PNG) was this Striker JQ1170 mobile jaw crusher. Sold into a gold mine in the central highlands it was definitely an experience for our service engineers when they commissioned this machine.
Striker starts its long association with Zappia Racing and wins the 1st of 10 consecutive Australian Top Doorslammer titles.
Striker Malaysia was established to help with the demand of production of mobile crushers and screens and to increase our presence in South East Asia.
Air freight to Mongolia
Striker air freight two SC252 double deck screen plants into Mongolia for our customer in the South Gobi Desert screening coal.
Iron Ore plants delivered to HWE
The first of 6 Iron Ore plants delivered to contractors HWE in 2011, these plants worked on BHP mines in central Western Australia.
China here we come!
We sold our first full Mobile crushing and screening plant into China, about 400km south of Shanghai. The plant was used for road construction and high speed rail projects
Fixed plant in central Australia
Going back to the beginning and building fixed plant was never an issue for the team at Striker. This plant was designed, built, installed and commissioned in central Australia, producing 1000TPH of Iron ore fines. These types of plants are now produced through MAX Plant.
MAX Plant everywhere
MAX Plants everywhere! This 400TPH MAX Quarry Plant was installed into a North western Quarry in Australia and operates in 50 degree temperatures.
MAX Plant was installed onto new sites
Iron ore was still booming in Australia in 2013. And so where the Striker MAX Plants with several being installed onto new sites across Western Australia.
Track was installed in Ghana Africa
Venturing into Africa in 2013 we found ourselves in Ghana with the installation of a Striker jaw crusher, screen and cone crusher mobile plant for a gold mine.
First track mounted Agglomeration drum
MAX Plant was in full swing and in 2015 Striker produced another first with a track mounted Agglomeration drum and feed unit that was integrated into the Copper Heap leach crushing, screening and stacking circuit we supplied into Indonesia. These types of plants are now produced through MAX Plant.
A year full of one off’s with this 1300TPH fully portable MAX Plant being installed at Iron Knob in South Australia. Iron Knob was the birth place of Iron Ore in Australia and after more than 100 years of operation by former owner BHP it was shut down, Striker was proud to be a part of history and restarting this historic mine.
Stop the illegal ivory in Malaysia
Helping to stop the illegal ivory trade in 2016 Striker used a HQR1112 to destroy $25 million worth of Ivory seized in Malaysia
|We realized the need for a mid-size screen designed and built to handle the harsh environments of the quarrying and mining industries around the world, and in particular our back yard in Australia. Striker designed and manufactured the first of our mining/quarry track screens in 2003, back then it was called the SC207, an impressive 20×7 double deck, based on this concept and design, 2018 saw the expansion of the Striker SQ and SQR screen range giving the market more choices of strong reliable screens to match the Striker crusher range.|
|China was booming with multiple plants heading to Iron ore and aggregate customers, again the Striker niche in heavy duty purpose built plant won over the clients in China|
|Completing the latest MAX Plant we successfully designed, manufactured, transported, installed and commissioned the 2200 TPH lump and fines plant in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.|
|The track machine development is taking a step up in 2019 with our dealers in Australia and South Africa, pushing the Striker team for more options, refined solutions and some new models being released along with the upgrade to some of the Striker workhorse machines. Expanding our horizons we ventured into New Zealand with the first of several orders for equipment.|