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Mobile crushing and screening plants to explore

By |  August 26, 2021
Photo: Screen Machine

Photo: Screen Machine

The SMI Compact crushing and screening plants from Screen Machine are significantly smaller than the standard line plants Screen Machine has been manufacturing for more than a half-century. In fact, the company says the SMI Compact units are about 20 percent the size of a standard Screen Machine plant. The 90TS screening plant, in particular, can process up to 90 tph, and the machines can be fed by hand, mini excavator or by a skid-steer loader. Screen Machine says the SMI Compact machines are ideal for jobs like concrete recycling, allowing material to be repurposed on-site. 


Finishing screens fit multiple applications

Photo: EvoQuip

Photo: EvoQuip

The Falcon range of finishing screens from EvoQuip consists of the Falcon 1220 and Falcon 1230, providing solutions for scalping, screening and stockpiling in self-contained units. According to EvoQuip, the Falcons provide efficient classification of fines and are ideal for multiple applications and processing materials – including sand and gravel, crushed stone, coal, topsoil and demolition waste. The Falcon 1220 is a compact, easily transportable machine that offers operators rapid setup and teardown times, EvoQuip says. It features a 12-ft. x 5-ft. double-deck incline screen with a remote tipping reject grid, hydraulic screen tensioning of the bottom deck and three onboard hydraulic folding conveyors as standard, with the added option of a hydraulic shredder.


Impact crusher offers added production

Photo: IRock

Photo: IRock

The RDS-20E is a portable horizontal shaft impact crusher that increases production by up to 20 percent, IRock says, by splitting oversized material recirculating to the crusher on two decks, rather than just one. Features of the RDS-20E include a closed-circuit design, a four-bar impactor and heavy-duty components to produce consistent, cubical product. The crusher is applicable for a range of materials, including rock, gravel, recycled concrete, asphalt and slag. It is also ideal in environments where diesel engine use is limited, IRock says, as the plant minimizes environmental impact and reduces pollutant emissions. 


Next-gen crusher addresses blockages, material bridging

Photo: Kleemann

Photo: Kleemann

The Mobicat MC 110(i) EVO2, a mobile jaw crushing plant of a new generation from Kleemann, features a two-stage overload system that effectively prevents blockages and material bridging that can lead to unwanted downtimes. If uncrushables enter, Kleemann says the closed-side setting opens twice as fast as the predecessor plant or, as an option, up to 40 times faster. This increases the availability and, thus, the overall output, according to Kleemann. The crushing plant features Spective, Kleemann’s digital operating concept that has an intuitive structure. A 12-in. touchpanel was optimized with regard to user guidance and visualization, Kleemann says. 


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