Eagle’s 1200-25 CC Portable Impactor Plant
The Quad-Axle 1200-25 CC Portable Impactor Plant from Eagle Crusher Company Inc., Galion, Ohio, was specially designed with asphalt producers in mind to help them with asphalt recycling. The plant has a two-deck screen-feed system: The millings and fines go through the screen to decrease wear and tear on the impactor and increase tonnage. Here’s how it works.
First, the 4- by 5-foot, two-deck feeder allows quick removal of pre-sized material from the unit prior to crushing. Material that passes through the pre-screen decks is discharged out of the plant.
Both decks of the screen discharge into the impactor for crushing. The Eagle Crusher UltraMax® impactor model UM-25, with a feed opening of 48-inches wide by 34-inches high, accepts material. Its rotor is 47 inches diameter by 47 inches wide. All Eagle Crusher impactor plants feature a lifetime rotor warranty on their solid-steel, three-bar, sculptured rotor.
Crushed material is conveyed across a 5- by 16-foot, two-deck screen with third reliever deck to minimize screen blinding and increase overall production.
Oversized material returns to the impactor for re-crushing along another conveyor. In this way, the Quad-Axle 1200-25 CC features closed-circuit crushing and screening on one chassis for production of two cubical spec products. Visit TheAsphaltPro.com for explanations of cubical importance for RAP and general purposes.
When it’s time to move on, the Quad-Axle 1200-25 CC transports easily with the hydraulic retractable return conveyor and folding side conveyor, while the hydraulic lift and leveling system enables quick set up and tear down by using the hydraulic run-on legs. The plant comes equipped with a removable electrical control panel featuring pre-wired receptacles for radial stackers and with a wireless remote control for feeder shutdown and all motor stop. Operators may manage the feeder speed for complete control of the flow of material into the impactor with the variable frequency drive.
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