The demolition, excavation and crushing of old concrete and masonry structures, or reinforced floor slabs and external hard-standing areas, is a cost effective and environmentally friendly way of recycling otherwise unusable rubble, and producing a ‘sustainable’ aggregate for on-site filling works. Our mobile concrete crusher on track and fixed which can be used for recycling rubble, glass, concrete products, marble etc.. We are proud to be leader in the sector for the wide range of products we can offer to the market.
Most popular types of mobile concrete crushers
a. Mobile Jaw Crushers – Jaws compress the concrete between a stationary and moveable plate. Concrete is reduced in size as it travels down the length of the wedge between the two plates. Jaws are used as primary crushers and typically produce a 4″ to 8″ minus product usually used as fill.
b. Mobile Impact Crushers – Impactors have a spinning rotor with bars or hammers that fling the concrete into a solid plate, several plates, or rods. Impactors can be used as primary, secondary, and even tertiary crushers and produce a product typically 2″ minus used as base material in some parts of the country.
c. Mobile Cone Crushers – Cones are also compression type machines with the concrete being compressed between two cone shaped plates. Concrete feed to a cone is typically 6″ minus as they are used mostly as secondary crushers behind a Jaw or Impact Primary. Cones typically produce products of 1-1/2″ minus.