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On-site crushing and screening made easy

Whether it is a single house knockdown, or a large-scale demolition, one of the biggest hurdles in the civil and demolition industry is what to do with the waste brick, concrete and asphalt. The best answer where possible is to re-use the materials on site.

The Epiroc bucket crusher is the most simple and effective way to achieve this.

Bucket crushers are an innovative answer to crushing requirements on today’s worksites. Fitted to your machine with relative ease, allows for all types of inert demolition material to be crushed and re-used on site. This process requires less mechanical equipment, less transportation and tipping cost and only one operator who handles the demolition attachment as well as the bucket crusher.

Coupled with the bucket crusher, the Epiroc screening bucket allows sorting material on-site which increases efficiency, and the Epiroc Bucket Screeners are as reliable and fast as they come.

Hydraulicly powered, the material is transmitted to the basket via a timing belt that does not require tensioning. This reliable transmission solution delivers optimum torque and reduces maintenance time.

“The large diameter of the main roller bearing enables the fitment of a much longer basket, compared to other screeners on the market, The bigger screening area means significant increase in performance and ensures high quality output.

Furthermore, the basket features a polygonal design, with 12 sides rather than a smooth rounded surface. This shape enables the material to be shaken in a very effective way to speed up the screening process. The material then passes through hexagonal openings in the mesh and become high quality aggregates produced from rocks, crushed concrete and recycled material. Straight on the job site. Depending on needs and requirements customers can choose from baskets with six different mesh size openings: 20-30-40-50-60 and 80 mm.

The Epiroc Bucket Screeners are available in two sizes, for excavators between 18 to 38 tons.