Crushers video 

In the shadow of the mountain

There might be more photogenic places in which to film a crusher and screen combination.   But f there are, we are yet to see them.

“Since 2012, we have used a Rockster scalping screen RSS49, mainly in our gravel pit. Until this summer we regularly rented crushing plants from Haberl Construction machinery, but we decided to buy our own R900 Impact Crusher,” says owner Alfred Neuberger. With the crushing plant they mainly recycle demolition waste, concrete, asphalt, as well as natural stone such as limestone.

“We had been renting Rockster crushers from Haberl Construction Machinery for years and are convinced of the performance of the R900 impactor. The new Volvo engine with emissions standard is running even more smoothly and the fuel consumption decreased by about 15% compared to the older machine. Especially the consumption per ton is really impressive,” says the entrepreneur. Main fields of operation for the mobile Rockster crusher is recycling of demolition waste and concrete to 0-63 mm for material base in road construction or backfills in building construction, as well as recycling of RAP or natural stone processing.

The good folks at Rockster has granted us exclusive access to a video showing the operation of an R900 impact crusher and RSS49 scalping screen processing asphalt in Austria’s Ehrwald, right in the shadow of Germany’s highest mountain “Zugspitze”.

Check it out.

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