CWMF’s Honey Badger RAP Crusher
BY AsphaltPro Staff
Processing reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) can add dollars per ton factoring in the loader and crushing equipment. When stockpiled, crushed RAP can take on increased moisture, which decreases production rates and increases burner fuel consumption. To handle oversized product in real-time, the team at CWMF Corp., Waite Park, Minnesota, developed two Honey Badger RAP system models: HB-30 and HB-40. Here’s how they work.
First, RAP is conveyed over the CWMF Tremor shaker screen, allowing the sized material to pass through and oversized material is rejected into the Honey Badger.
Best Practices for Crushing, Screening RAP for HMA Production
Second, as oversized material is gravity fed into the Honey Badger’s chute, its TEFC motor powers a rotor assembly of 3-inch premium grade tungsten carbide hammers, pulverizing the oversized RAP at a rate of 20 to 60 tons per hour (model dependent).
Third, product is then sized, depending upon the grate opening dimensions at the discharge point. Both models have available grate sizes ranging from ½- to 1.5-inch openings.
Lastly, the sized product is discharged from the Honey Badger onto the belt scale conveyor and into the drum.
For more information, visit https://cwmfcorp.com/crushers/ or contact email@example.com or (877) 457-3938.