CWMF Launches Portable, Stationary Recycled Asphalt Crushing Systems RAP Boss and RAP Boss Jr.
CWMF, St. Cloud, Minnesota, has launched the portable and stationary recycled asphalt crushing systems RAP Boss and RAP Boss Jr., building on the reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) equipment Honey Badger hammermill RAP crusher and Tremor Shaker™ scalping screen.
The difference between the RAP Boss and the RAP Boss Jr. is size, scale and price. Both are portable or stationary, efficient, and make the most of recycled asphalt for optimal sustainability, according to the manufacturer. This heavy-duty industrial equipment manufactured by CWMF is designed to process milled and recycled asphalt that mixes with liquid asphalt cement (AC) and other aggregates to make high-quality asphalt for paving.
“Our RAP Boss and RAP Boss Jr. recycled asphalt systems allow hot mix and crushed asphalt producers to minimize material handling, reduce or eliminate RAP crushing costs, and reduce RAP product moisture,” explained CWMF Sales Manager Wally Olson. “Sustainability and cost efficiency are important to everyone, and these new systems streamline the production process for both plant development and ongoing operations.”
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