Eagle Crusher two-in-one plant debuts at AGG1

By |  April 1, 2024
Eagle Crusher says the MaxRap 25 portable plant (pictured at bottom) allows operators to crush reclaimed asphalt pavement at multiple locations with ease while the redesigned 1200-OCSS (pictured at top) provides them with greater flexibility. Photo: Business Wire

The 1200-OCSS (top) can be turned into the UltraMax 25 portable (bottom) by adding actuated chutework to the plant. Photo: Business Wire

Eagle Crusher introduced its two-in-one plant offering at AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo in Nashville.

The plant can be converted between the UltraMax 1200-OCSS (open-circuit secondary system) and the the MaxRap 25 portable plant. Both feature Eagle Crusher’s UltraMax 25 impactor, which offers a high-reduction ratio and a North American lifetime rotor warranty.

The 1200-OCSS features a 6-ft. x 20-ft. triple-deck horizontal screen for screening before crushing, as well as screening options for multiple spec products. The 1200-OCSS includes discharge conveyors for second and third decks, as well as for fines. The side-discharge conveyor transports crushed material to other equipment for further processing, stockpiling or to another conveyor for recirculating back to the plant.

By adding actuated chutework to the 1200-OCSS, the plant becomes the MaxRap 25 portable. According to Eagle Crusher, the MaxRap 25 provides the same precision crushing as the stationary MaxRap, enabling operators to crush reclaimed asphalt pavement at multiple locations with ease. The plant’s side-discharge conveyor can be used for stockpiling, or it can be positioned to return material to another conveyor for recirculation back to the plant.

Additionally, both plant options include a hydraulic lift and leveling system that enables quick setup and teardown by using hydraulic run-on legs. The plant can also run on either diesel/electric or all-electric power in either configuration.

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Jack Kopanski is the Managing Editor of Pit & Quarry and Editor-in-Chief of Portable Plants. Kopanski can be reached at 216-706-3756 or jkopanski@northcoastmedia.net.

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