McCloskey’s I44RV3HD Impact Crusher
McCloskey International, Peterborough, Ontario, displayed its newest products in the silver lot during CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020, including the I44RV3HD from the re-designed impact crusher line. This plant combines a 45-inch impactor with a full screening and recirculating system. New features include an open chassis for ease-of-access, a larger double deck prescreen for fines removal, a swing-out radial return conveyor that can complete 90 degrees while the machine is running, and a direct drive crusher to boost power and lower fuel costs.
Afterward, this summer, McCloskey unveiled a new product line. The company expanded its mobile solutions with a new product range of shredders, which a spokesperson for the company said include the ability to shred roofing shingles. The new McCloskey VTS95 is the first product to make its debut for the new recycling division. The VTS95 tracked primary shredder is designed to effectively shred virtually any type of material from solid waste, industrial and commercial waste, to bulk waste. It’s designed to meet the requirements for plants in which the incoming materials vary greatly in terms of size, composition and difficulty to shred.
The interaction between the rotating knives on the dual shafts runs asynchronously in both directions, ensuring the input material is constantly moving to prevent bridging.
The VTS95 track shredder features include:
- 8-knife Samurai, heavy duty cutting table;
- Multiple shredding programs;
- Shredding in both directions with full torque;
- CT C15 540-horsepower Stage V/Tier IV Final engine;
- Anti-jam system;
- Double hydrostatic drive transmission; and
- Access ladder mounted at the front of the cutting table.
Fergal Mallon, McCloskey recycling product line manager, said: “We have a busy year of new product development ahead of us to compile a range of equipment in order to meet our customers’ needs. This first addition follows a stringent and strenuous development cycle, which has seen the shredder tested and prove itself in diverse product applications across the globe. We have teamed up with Metso Waste in Denmark, who are experts in static shredding applications, and have a range of tried and tested cutting table solutions, and we intend on using these cutting tables in our new equipment.”
For more information, contact Julie Andras at (705) 295-4925.