Entering a new market segment

32-t total weight, a modern functional design and an exceptionally high crushing power – those are the key features of the new R1100 impact crusher supplied by Rockster Recycler. On account of its transport dimensions, the R100 is still classed in the compact crusher sector, but thanks to its crushing capacity of just under 300 t/h, it is also suitable for major crushing contracts.

The R1100 includes a facility for simple refitting of the machine from impact to jaw crusher (inlet size: 1000 x 600 mm). The patented changeover system is available as an option in this “weight class” as is the RS94 screen box, which, as in the case of the R900, is simply fixed to the main belt of the crusher.

During its first trial run in mid-May (Fig.), the 32-t crusher was fed with reinforced concrete with feed sizes of 1.5 m in length or an edge length that would just fit into the 1100 x 720-mm-large inlet opening. Thanks to the very rugged design of the rotor, the hard rock crusher achieved an average rate of 260 t/h for a final size of 0/63. The peak rates even reached more than 345 t/h.
www.rockster.at

Related articles:

2010-05

Record-breaking processing with innovative technology

In 2009, TRUMMER Aufbereitungs GmbH, a company based in Hof near Straden not far from the Slovenian border, processed more than 850?000 t recycling material and aggregate with the help of its modern...

more
2011-07-08

Rockster Recycler “rocks” the quarry

The advantages of the crawler-mounted crushing plants from Rockster Recycler are optimum dimensions, low weight and their above-average performance – no matter which material is dealt with. At...

more
2013-11

Rockster‘s first R1100 is still in top form

In 2009, Trummer Processing & Machinery Trading Ltd. situated in southern Styria/Austria, bought the very first impact crusher R1100, which is still running well with an optimal performance (Fig. 1)....

more
2015-04

Storage reservoir built with Rockster’s R900

The company G. Hinteregger & Sons Construction Company Ltd. from Salzburg were commissioned from mid-June to mid-October 2014 to build a storage reservoir with about 70?000 m³ capacity and a pumping...

more
2013-12

Rockster‘s expansion in China goes on

At the beginning of May the next Rockster impact crusher R900 was put into operation with its new owner in Liaoning, a province in North China (Fig.). This company is already using the impact crusher...

more