Reliable partner in modern recycling

Reichardt Recycling was founded in 1999 by Christian Reichardt – with one mobile crusher as its “foundation stone”. Since 2004 the company has also operated a building rubble disposal and recycling site where concrete and brick rubble as well as asphalt and asbestos are processed. The building rubble is recycled to filling material. In addition, Reichardt Recycling undertakes demolition and excavation work, slag processing and transport work. The fleet of machines includes everything the company needs to complete orders for clients quickly and at low cost. Only recently a new INNOCRUSH 30 was supplied to the newly built recycling plant in mid-2010 (Fig. 1). “The INNOCRUSH 30, which is currently used for crushing asphalt, concrete, brick and quarry products, supports us perfectly,” explains Christian Reichardt. “The output of this machine surpasses all expectations. The crusher is extremely compact, rugged, reduced to essentials, and particularly easy to handle. It produces uniform grain (Fig. 2) and iron-free product.” The crusher is in operation where the material to be crushed is produced – there are no long, expensive transport routes. Usually, the rubble can be used at the same site or in the direct vicinity of the demolition site.


For these requirements, completely reliable and versatile machines are needed. The specialist Reichardt was ultimately convinced by perfect technical design of the well-thought-out INNOCRUSH 30. Measuring 11.79 m in length, 2.55 m in width and 3.12 m in height and with a transport weight of 29.4 t, it is certainly the most compact crusher in its performance class. The crusher is driven with an environmentally friendly, high-powered CAT-C7 diesel engine (187 kW). Auxiliary equipment such as belt conveyors and the track assembly have hydraulic drives. An overbelt magnetic separator above the 1000-mm-wide main discharge belt, which is used especially in recycling duties to remove metal components from the crushed product, is part of the standard equipment as is remote control, a side discharge belt, and dust suppression system. You get a fully equipped machine without any extra cost; even the service technician for optimal training is included in the standard package price. Moreover the main discharge belt can be hydraulically lowered and the engine cover can be swung open completely – this guarantees optimum ease of maintenance.



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