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What’s new in portable crushing, screening plants

By |  August 19, 2022
Photo: Eagle Crusher

Photo: Eagle Crusher

The RapiDeploy 1000 from Eagle Crusher is designed for high production in asphalt and recycled concrete applications, the company says. 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, aiming 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 a producer’s part.


Photo: EvoQuip

Photo: EvoQuip

Compact screener is versatile, highly transportable

The Falcon 820, which EvoQuip showcased at Hillhead 2022, is the latest addition to the brand’s screening range. EvoQuip says the plant’s design enables it to handle materials such as crushed stone, sand and gravel, demolition waste and topsoil. The Falcon 820 is a compact finishing screen, EvoQuip adds, boasting a double-deck, two-bearing, 8-ft. x 4-ft. screenbox. Additionally, the Falcon 820 features a compact transport envelope that allows it to be easily transported between sites.


New plant tailored for quarrying, recycling 

The QA452 is a three-deck Doublescreen that represents the latest solution in Sandvik Mobile Crushers & Screens’ QA series. Sandvik engineered its three-deck tracked mobile plant with independent screen-angle adjustments and hydraulic screen separation. The plant features two triple-deck incline screenboxes with equal-size screen decks, providing 100 sq. ft. of screening area.


Photo: Kleemann

Photo: Kleemann

Impactor offers enhancements in energy consumption

The Mobirex MR 130(i) PRO impact crushing plant, which is expected to debut at Bauma 2022, is capable of being utilized as a primary and secondary crusher, combining what Kleemann characterizes as output, precision and sustainability. Featuring an all-electric drive concept with the option of an external power supply, Kleemann says the plant guarantees low-energy consumption per ton of final product. An optional double-deck secondary screening unit permits the production of two classified final grain sizes, the company adds. The MR 130(i) PRO covers a wide application range in natural stone and recycling, Kleemann says. The crushing unit features a heavy rotor, a powerful electric 250-kilowatt drive and guarantees a high and stable throughput.


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