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The latest in crushing, hydraulic breaking equipment

By |  November 16, 2022
The Mobicone MCO 90(i) EVO2 and Mobirex MR 110(i) EVO2 can now be equipped with an optional double-deck post screening unit. Photo: Kleemann

Photo: Kleemann

The Mobicone MCO 90(i) EVO2 mobile cone crusher and Mobirex MR 110(i) EVO2 mobile impact crusher from Kleemann can now be fitted with a double-deck post screening unit as an option. With the optional double-deck post screening unit, Kleemann says it is now possible to produce two classified final product sizes without utilizing an additional screening plant. According to the company, the screening surface makes screening sizes less than 7/8 in. especially effective. The discharge height of the fines conveyor is designed for a maximum stockpile volume, Kleemann says, while oversize material can be processed in a closed circuit via a return conveyor. As an option, Kleemann says the conveyor can be swiveled hydraulically by up to 100 degrees – making side discharge a possibility.


Heavy-duty breaker series built to last

Photo: Mazio

Photo: Mazio

Mazio Attachments says the XL Series of hydraulic rock breakers provides reliable performance in demanding environments such as quarries. Designed for carriers ranging from 1 to 140 tons of operating weight, the company says Mazio hammers feature a closed case built from 100 percent Hardox steel to protect the body from wear and impact. This, Mazio says, sets the breakers apart. Standard features include anti-blank-fire technology that minimizes wear, an energy-recovery system that reduces the required oil flow, and a double-damping system that results in less vibration. Variable-impact speed and power can be manually tuned using an Allen tool, allowing the operator to adjust the breaker for correct productivity.


Increase production in asphalt, concrete applications

Photo: Business Wire

Photo: Eagle Crusher

The RapiDeploy 1000 from Eagle Crusher offers the same features of the company’s original RapiDeploy 500 with the added power of the UltraMax 15 impactor. According to Eagle Crusher, the RapiDeploy 1000 is designed for higher production in asphalt and recycled concrete applications. Like its predecessor, the RapiDeploy 1000 is a portable plant on a single chassis featuring built-in retractable conveyors. The unit can crush, screen, separate and stockpile all in one pull for easy transport to jobsites, Eagle Crusher says. It features a two-product screen with a third reliever deck aimed at increasing productivity while producing two cubical spec products. Because the RapiDeploy 1000 replaces jaw, cone and screen multi-unit systems, Eagle Crusher says a much lower initial investment cost is required on a producer’s part.


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