Eagle Crusher debuts latest equipment at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020

By |  March 10, 2020
According to Eagle Crusher, the 3260 is the perfect plant for extreme concrete recycling. (Photo: P&Q Staff)

According to Eagle Crusher, the 3260 is the perfect plant for extreme concrete recycling. (Photo: P&Q Staff)

Eagle Crusher Co. is introducing new plants at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020.

According to Eagle Crusher, aggregate producers will be especially interested in the new Raptor cone crusher line that allows customers to utilize the company’s equipment across all aspects of the crushing process – no matter the material.

The crusher line is available in bare-shaft, open- and closed-circuit models.

The Raptor cone crusher employs advanced overload-sensing technology to detect crushing force overload, the company says, and features advanced hydraulics that ensure protection from mechanical overload through bypass release.

The Raptor cone crushers are designed to give operators better access to the inside of the crushers through features like mainframe inspection ports, cartridge countershaft boxes and the new socket-less design.

Other innovations

Two other new plants from Eagle Crusher are the 3260 portable jaw crusher and the quad-axle 1200-25 CC with a pre-feeder screen.

The 3260 offers a 32-in. x 60-in. feed opening, allowing it to receive huge slabs of concrete full of rebar, reducing feed time, wear costs and achieving maximum production. According to Eagle Crusher, the 3260 is the perfect plant for extreme concrete recycling.

The 3260 also features a hydraulic-toggle mechanism, featuring a lower hydraulic pressure requirement than conventional hydraulic-relief systems, and continuous monitoring capability of relief status.

The Eagle Crusher quad-axle 1200-25 CC with a pre-feeder screen, meanwhile, is ideal for asphalt recycling and is available in a tri-axle version. The plant has a two-deck screen-feed system that increases total production. The millings and fines go through the screen to stop wear and tear on the impactor and increase tonnage, Eagle Crusher says.

Also being introduced at Eagle Crusher’s booth is EagleConnect, Eagle Crusher’s real-time monitoring system. The system will help producers operate more efficiently and realize agreater return on investment, Eagle Crusher says.

EagleConnect will be an available option this spring for all new plants, while a retrofit option will be available for most Eagle Crusher plants currently in operation.

EagleConnect will allow producers and operators to keep tabs on engine performance, production rates (when equipped with belt scales), generators and more. EagleConnect will also alert operators to any issues without operators physically having to diagnose problems.

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