It paves the way for commissioning of mined ore from the Spanish project during January, the company said in a stock market statement.
“The crusher is the first of the three La Parrilla plants to be completed and it's a great credit to the team to complete it ahead of schedule and on budget,” said Michael Masterman, W Resources chairman.
“We are looking forward to first mined ore into the crusher early in the new year which will contribute to an increase in production rates from La Parrilla in line with the planned ramp-up programme."
W Resources told investors that the crushing circuit has been engineered to minimise tungsten fines and it is designed to process 350 tonnes of ore per hour.
It is made up of a jaw crusher and secondary cone crusher, both with vibrating grizzlies, as well as two tertiary cone crushers in closed circuit with a double deck banana screen.