Eagle Crusher to feature new plant at AGG1

By |  March 22, 2022
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The RapiDeploy 1000 is designed to increase production in asphalt and recycled concrete applications. Photo: Business Wire

Eagle Crusher (Booth 2002) will showcase the new RapiDeploy 1000 at World of Asphalt and AGG1 March 29-31 in Nashville, Tennessee.

According to the company, the RapiDeploy 1000 has the same features of the original RapiDeploy 500, plus the added power of Eagle Crusher’s UltraMax 15 impactor, and is designed for higher production in asphalt and recycled concrete applications.

Like its predecessor, the new RapiDeploy 1000 is a highly portable plant on one chassis, with 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 to increase productivity while producing two cubical spec products.

Because the RapiDeploy 1000 replaces jaw, cone and screen multi-unit systems, Eagle Crusher says there is a much lower initial investment cost on producers part. The machine is also designed to reduce set-up and tear-down time, further lowering costs.

Additionally, Eagle Crusher will display the UltraMax 69X impactor in its booth. The UltraMax 69X features an extra-large, 69-in. x 51-in. feed opening that allows larger material into the impactor and increases throughput up to 1000 tph, according to the company.

The impactor features a solid-steel rotor that weighs more than 13 tons and is designed to power through larger material into a cubical spec product in a single pass. The UltraMax 69X is available as a portable, stationary or skid-mounted plant.

Carly Bemer

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Carly Bemer (McFadden) is a former Associate Editor for Pit & Quarry.

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