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India has rich mineral resources, and some of them occupy an important positionin the world market. The productions of chromite, coal, and barite rank third in the world, while the production of iron oreranks fourth. And bauxite and manganese ore productions rank sixth in the world. In order to process these mineral resources into small pieces, we need to use a variety of professional ore mining equipment. SBM is a professional stone crusher manufacturer, and it has more than 20 years experience. Because of perfect performance, our products efficient stone crushers are widely used in the ore crushing project in India. Here we will introduce a limestone crushing project and a pebble crushing project in India for you.

In 2012, a customer from India contacted with our customer service staff online. Through communication we learned that he wanted to buy a complete crushing and screening line for processing limestone. The size of the raw material is about 200 mm. And he required that the final particle size of 30 mm,and the production capacity can reach 250 tons / hour. This Indian customer also reflected that the mining site is relatively poor, so he had to find another venue to set up production line.

After a detailed understanding, our experienced engineers designed a complete limestone crushing line according to the customers specific situation and requirement of capacity and final grain size. Because the size of the raw material is about 200 mm, so there is no need for primary crushing. We can send to raw limestone to impact crusher directly for fine crushing. In this way, it can save investment of the jaw crusher. Due to the hardness of the limestone is not high, so we recommend customer to use our PFW1315 impact crusher.

Of course, we need add a vibrating feeder to feed limestone continuously and evenly. And we also need a vibrating screen to screen the final products into different sizes. At the same time, belt conveyor is used to connect the machines and improve the production lines automation degree. For the environment of mining site is poor and cant build production line, we recommend customer to adopt our mobile impact crusher. It including all of the above equipment, and it can directly reach the scene to conduct mining operations. In this way, it can reduce the amount of infrastructure and transportation costs. This Indian user was satisfied with our plan and bought our mobile impact crusher. He thought that our mobile crusher is withreasonable price, as well as perfect performance.

India has coal resources, the total coal reserves of about 240 billion tons. Because of rich coal resource, Indian coal industry has developed rapidly in recent year. India has become the third-largest coal producer in the world.

Recently, an Indian customer contacted with us. He already has a coal crushing line. Customers have reported that the production costs of this coal crushing line are very high, because the raw coal caused serious damage to the jaw plate, hammer, impact plate and other wear parts. All of these wear parts need to be replaced frequently, which greatly increasing the cost of production. So he wanted to build a new coal crushing line instead. For this Indian customer's requirements, we recommend him to choose jaw crusher and cone crusher. First of all, send the raw coal to jaw crusher by vibrating feeder evenly for primary crushing. After screening, the crushed materials which meet the required size will be transported to cone crusher. Eventually, the Indian customertook our suggestion, and bought a jaw crusher and a cone crusher from our company.

stone crushing equipment market size, share and forecast to 2026

Stone crushing equipment market expected to hit the global market value of US$ 4.5 Bn in 2026 and accounted to demonstrate the promising growth with a steady CAGR throughout the forecast period. Stone crushing industry proved as vital industrial sector across the world, involved in producing crushed stone of various sizes subject to the requirement. Rapid growth of urban areas across the world has put massive pressure on existing construction material resources, as there is increasing demand from infrastructure, housing, recreation and industrial activity. Public funded infrastructure projects consume most crushed stones, used in construction of roads, bridges and canals among several others. Crushed stones are vital to the construction industry, which maintains & enhances the built environment and transportation infrastructure. Rising urbanization with growing per capita disposable income accounted to drive the construction industry growth, thereby stimulating the subsequent surge of stone crushing equipment market.

Jaw crushers majorly used for primary crushing of wide variety of materials in the mining, recycling and quarry industries. Jaw crushers are basic compression crushers while the others operate principally by the application of impact. Corresponding to easy maintainability and simple design, jaw crushers commonly used as primary size reduction equipment in mechanical and mining industries. Jaw crushers generally used in the mineral processing industry producing thick, hard and medium hard crushed stones as well as, sometimes in the production of other industrial sectors and small ore-crushing role. Over the past 10 years, with continuous innovation & transformation, increase of varieties & specifications, jaw crusher has gradually approached the advanced level.

In 2017, Asia Pacific market represented the largest share, in terms of market value, principally due to development of construction industries. As the global construction industry endures to shift towards developing countries, position of the region in the global stone crushing equipment market continues to improve throughout the forecast period. Chiefly driven by changing demographic trends, investment of Asia Pacific in manufacturing and transportation infrastructure expected to continue leading the construction market. In 2017, China retained its dominating position in Asia Pacific market, accounting for over 40% of the construction output of the region. China has substantial construction projects underway, including making establishment for the movement of 250 Mn people to its megacities in the next ten years. Further, construction plays a major part in economic growth of India. Numerous long term and short-term projects are underway in the public and private sector including 22.5 km Mumbai trans-harbour link and many new metro lines in country. Growing construction activities and steady growth of economies expected to stimulate the demand for crushed stone, thereby driving the stone crushing equipment market in the region.

Stone crushing equipment market considered as fragmented in nature with players are aiming to cater large customer base through strong distribution network. Distributors are providing support and services of stone crushers pertaining to specific requirements of customers. Number of market players are aiming alliance with domestic and international distributors to enhance their customer reach. Popular instances include addition of Cribas to distributor list of Latin American distributors by Eagle Crusher Company, Inc. Similarly Eagle Crusher Company, Inc., also announced addition of Mellot Co. to distribution network. Further, addition of Stowers Machinery by Metso Oy. Key players of global stone crushing equipment market includes Eagle Crusher Company, Inc., Sandvik AB, Metso Oyj, Caterpillar Inc., Terex Corporation, Komatsu Ltd., CNH Global N.V., BUCY International, Shanghai Shibang Machinery Co. Ltd., IROCK Crushers, Mormak Equipment Inc., Superior Industries, Inc., Triaso, SA, McLanahan Corporation and others.

This research report presents the analysis of each segment from 2016 to 2026 considering 2017 as the base year for the research. Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) for each respective segments calculated for the forecast period from 2018 to 2026.

Stone crushing equipment market report provides market size and estimates based on market dynamics and key trends observed in the industry. The report provides a holistic view of global stone crushing equipment market based on stone crusher type, end-use, mobility, capacity and geography. Key segments covered in the report are as follows:

Geography Segment (20162026; US$ Bn) North America (U.S. and Rest of North America) Europe (U.K., Germany, France, and Rest of Europe) Asia Pacific (Japan, China, India, and Rest of Asia Pacific) Rest of World (Middle East & Africa (MEA), Latin America)

1. Preface1.1. Report Scope and Description1.1.1. Study Purpose1.1.2. Target Audience1.1.3. USP and Key Offerings1.2. Research Scope1.3. Research Methodology1.3.1. Phase I Secondary Research1.3.2. Phase II Primary Research1.3.3. Approach Adopted1.3.4. Top-Down Approach1.3.5. Bottom-Up Approach1.3.6. Phase III Expert Panel Review1.3.7. Assumptions1.4. Market Segmentation

2. Executive Summary2.1. Global SCE Market Snapshot, 2017 & 20262.2. Global SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2017 (US$ Bn)2.3. Global SCE Market, by End-use, 2017 (US$ Bn)2.4. Global SCE Market, by Mobility, 2017 (US$ Bn) 2.5. Global SCE Market, by Capacity, 2017 (US$ Bn) 2.6. Global SCE Market, by Geography, 2017 (US$ Bn)

3. Market Dynamics3.1. Overview3.1.1. Global SCE Market Value, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)3.2. Market Inclination Insights3.3. Market Dynamics3.3.1. Market Drivers3.3.2. Market Restraint3.4. Attractive Investment Proposition, by Geography, 20173.5. Market Positioning of Key Stone Crushing Equipment Manufacturers, 20173.5.1. Major Strategies Adopted by Leading Companies

8. North America Stone Crushing Equipment (SCE) Market Analysis, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)8.1. Overview8.2. North America SCE Market Value, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)8.3. North America SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)8.4. North America SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)8.5. North America SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)8.6. North America SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)8.7. North America SCE Market, by Country/Region, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)8.7.1. U.S.8.7.1.1. U.S. SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)8.7.1.2. U.S. SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)8.7.1.3. U.S. SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)8.7.1.4. U.S. SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)8.7.2. Rest of North America8.7.2.1. Rest of North America SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)8.7.2.2. Rest of North America SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)8.7.2.3. Rest of North America SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)8.7.2.4. Rest of North America SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)

9. Europe Stone Crushing Equipment (SCE) Market Analysis, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.1. Overview9.2. Europe SCE Market Value, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.3. Europe SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.4. Europe SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.5. Europe SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.6. Europe SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7. Europe SCE Market, by Country/Region, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.1. U.K.9.7.1.1. U.K. SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.1.2. U.K. SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.1.3. U.K. SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.1.4. U.K. SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.2. Germany9.7.2.1. Germany SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.2.2. Germany SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.2.3. Germany SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.2.4. Germany SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.3. France9.7.3.1. France SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.3.2. France SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.3.3. France SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.3.4. France SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.4. Rest of Europe9.7.4.1. Rest of Europe SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.4.2. Rest of Europe SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.4.3. Rest of Europe SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)9.7.4.4. Rest of Europe SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)

10. Asia Pacific Stone Crushing Equipment (SCE) Market Analysis, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.1. Overview10.2. Asia Pacific SCE Market Value, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.3. Asia Pacific SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.4. Asia Pacific SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.5. Asia Pacific SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.6. Asia Pacific SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7. Asia Pacific SCE Market, by Country/Region, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.1. China10.7.1.1. China SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.1.2. China SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.1.3. China SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.1.4. China SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.2. Japan10.7.2.1. Japan SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.2.2. Japan SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.2.3. Japan SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.2.4. Japan SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.3. India10.7.3.1. India SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.3.2. India SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.3.3. India SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.3.4. India SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.4. Rest of Asia Pacific10.7.4.1. Rest of Asia Pacific SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.4.2. Rest of Asia Pacific SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.4.3. Rest of Asia Pacific SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)10.7.4.4. Rest of Asia Pacific SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)

11. Rest of the World Stone Crushing Equipment (SCE) Market Analysis, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)11.1. Overview11.2. RoW SCE Market Value, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)11.3. RoW SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)11.4. RoW SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)11.5. RoW SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)11.6. RoW SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)11.7. RoW SCE Market, by Country/Region, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)11.7.1. Middle East & Africa11.7.1.1. Middle East & Africa SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)11.7.1.2. Middle East & Africa SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)11.7.1.3. Middle East & Africa SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)11.7.1.4. Middle East & Africa SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)11.7.2. Latin America11.7.2.1. Latin America SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)11.7.2.2. Latin America SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)11.7.2.3. Latin America SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)11.7.2.4. Latin America SCE Market, by Capacity, 2016 2026 (US$ Bn)

12. Company Profiles12.1. Eagle Crusher Company, Inc.12.2. Metso Oyj12.3. Sandvik AB12.4. Terex Corporation12.5. Caterpillar Inc.12.6. Komatsu Ltd.12.7. Joy Global Inc,12.8. BUCY International12.9. CNH Global N.V.12.10. Shanghai Shibang Machinery Co., Ltd.12.11. IROCK Crushers12.12. Mormak Equipment Inc.12.13. Superior Industries, Inc.12.14. Triaso, SA12.15. McLanahan Corporation

FIG. 1 Market Segmentation: Global Stone Crushing Equipment (SCE) MarketFIG. 2 Research Methodology: Global SCE MarketFIG. 3 Global SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2017 (US$ Bn)FIG. 4 Global SCE Market, by End-use, 2017 (US$ Bn)FIG. 5 Global SCE Market, by Mobility, 2017 (US$ Bn)FIG. 6 Global SCE Market, by Capacity, 2017 (US$ Bn)FIG. 7 Global SCE Market , by Geography, 2017 (US$ Bn)FIG. 8 Attractive Investment Proposition, by Geography, 2017FIG. 9 Global Market Positioning of Key Stone Crushing Equipment Manufacturers, 2017FIG. 10 Global SCE Market Value Share, by Stone Crusher type, 2017 & 2026 (Value, %)FIG. 11 Global SCE Market for Jaw Crushers, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 12 Global SCE Market for Cone Crushers, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 13 Global SCE Market for Impact Crushers, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 14 Global SCE Market for Others, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 15 Global SCE Market Value Share, by End-use, 2017 & 2026 (Value, %)FIG. 16 Global SCE Market Value Through Mining & Quarrying, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 17 Global SCE Market Value Through Recycling, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 18 Global SCE Market Value Through Construction, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 19 Global SCE Market Value Share, by Mobility, 2017 & 2026 (Value, %)FIG. 20 Global SCE Market for Mobile Crushing Equipment, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 21 Global SCE Market for Stationary Crushing Equipment, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 22 Global SCE Market Value Share, by Capacity, 2017 & 2026 (Value, %)FIG. 23 Global SCE Market for Equipment of Capacity upto 50 Tonnes/Hour, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 24 Global SCE Market for Equipment of Capacity From 50 Tonnes/Hour to 200 Tonnes/Hour, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 25 Global SCE Market for Equipment of Capacity More Than 200 Tonnes/Hour, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 26 North America SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 27 U.S. SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 28 Rest of North America SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 29 Europe SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 30 U.K. SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 31 Germany SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 32 France SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 33 Rest of Europe SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 34 Asia Pacific SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 35 China SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 36 Japan SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 37 India SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 38 Rest of Asia Pacific SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 39 Rest of the World SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 40 Middle East & Africa (MEA) SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)FIG. 41 Latin America SCE Market Value, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)

TABLE 1 Market Snapshot: Global Stone Crushing Equipment (SCE) Market ValueTABLE 2 Global SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 3 Global SCE Market: by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 4 Global SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 5 Global SCE Market , by Geography, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 6 North America SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 7 North America SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 8 North America SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 9 North America SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 10 North America SCE Market, by Country/Region, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 11 U.S. SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 12 U.S. SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 13 U.S. SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 14 U.S. SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 15 Rest of North America SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 16 Rest of North America SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 17 Rest of North America SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 18 Rest of North America SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 19 Europe SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 20 Europe SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 21 Europe SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 22 Europe SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 23 Europe SCE Market, by Country/Region, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 24 U.K. SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 25 U.K. SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 26 U.K. SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 27 U.K. SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 28 Germany SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 29 Germany SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 30 Germany SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 31 Germany SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 32 France SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 33 France SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 34 France SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 35 France SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 36 Rest of Europe SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 37 Rest of Europe SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 38 Rest of Europe SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 39 Rest of Europe SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 40 Asia Pacific SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 41 Asia Pacific SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 42 Asia Pacific SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 43 Asia Pacific SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 44 Asia Pacific SCE Market, by Country/Region, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 45 China SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 46 China SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 47 China SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 48 China SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 49 Japan SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 50 Japan SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 51 Japan SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 52 Japan SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 53 India SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 54 India SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 55 India SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 56 India SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 57 Rest of Asia Pacific SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 58 Rest of Asia Pacific SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 59 Rest of Asia Pacific SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 60 Rest of Asia Pacific SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 61 RoW SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 62 RoW SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 63 RoW SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 64 RoW SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 65 RoW SCE Market, by Country/Region, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 66 Middle East & Africa SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 67 Middle East & Africa SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 68 Middle East & Africa SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 69 Middle East & Africa SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 70 Latin America SCE Market, by Stone Crusher type, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 71 Latin America SCE Market, by End-use, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 72 Latin America SCE Market, by Mobility, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 73 Latin America SCE Market: by Capacity, 2016 - 2026 (US$ Bn)TABLE 74 Eagle Crusher Company, Inc.: Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)TABLE 75 Metso Oyj: Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)TABLE 76 Sandvik AB: Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)TABLE 77 Terex Corporation: Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)TABLE 78 Caterpillar Inc. : Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)TABLE 79 Komatsu Ltd. : Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)TABLE 80 Joy Global Inc. : Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)TABLE 81 BUCY International : Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)TABLE 82 CNH Global N.V. : Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)TABLE 83 Shanghai Shibang Machinery Co., Ltd. : Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)TABLE 84 IROCK Crushers : Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)TABLE 85 Mormak Equipment Inc. : Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)TABLE 86 Superior Industries, Inc.: Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)TABLE 87 Triaso, SA: Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)TABLE 88 McLanahan Corporation: Company Snapshot (Business Description; Financial Information; Product Portfolio; Key Developments)

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After a long cruise over the Atlantic Ocean through the Panama Canal, and across the Pacific, thetrack-mobile impact crusher Rockster R700Sreached Hawaii more precisely the island of Oahu. Arist de Wolff and his team of 25 motivated employees were very excited about the arrival of their brandnew Austrian crushing plant. Alakona Corp, founded in 1982 by Arists father Mervyn de Wolff, is an asphalt paving and paving maintenance contracting firm, situated in the Hawaiian capital, Honolulu. Alakona Corp serves Oahu and the neighbor islands, with a wide list of clients that includes Federal, State, City and County governments, commercial enterprises, developers, property managers, condominium associations and individual owners. At the very beginning, Alakona Corp focused on pavement maintenance with emphasis on slurry seal, seal coating and minor asphalt repairs. During the recent years the company has moved toward its present service/product mix, deriving its income from asphalt repair, asphalt overlay, new asphalt lay, pavement maintenance, as well as slurry seal, seal coat and crack fill.

Alakona owns several machines they need for their core business like pavers, rollers, loaders, excavators, slurry and seal coat applicators. When they searched for a crusher to expand their business, they put their focus on compact machinery below 25 tons, which exactly fits their fleet.

We feel that Austrian engineers are really honest. Wolfgang Kormann explained in detail how the machine could be beneficial to us and it is true. We are soflexiblein terms ofprocessing different aggregatesand the material we produce with our crusher is ofhigh value. We do also like the fact that thereturn beltcan be turned aside, and we canmake another fraction, as well as thefine side beltthat can be pulled off. Thescreen boxis also very beneficial as it allows us toproduce different material sizesby just switching some screens. There are some options that others dont have, and we are very enthusiastic about thehydrostatic drive,

Thanks to this drive system, the performance of the R700S is constantly high, as the hydrostatic pressure always adjusts to the power requirements of the crusher. This leads to a lower diesel consumption per tonne of production because the diesel engine always stays within the optimum speed range.

Obviously, natural rock isnt gonna be there forever, in future we would have to ship it in from the mainland.Sustainability is the key factor.We need a lot of material for subbases, base coarse or backfills. UsingReclaimed Asphalt Pavementinstead of natural aggregatesaves resources and money.Moreover, RAP contains a bit of bitumen, it is like a glue, holding everything together and giving more compaction,

Using the attached screening system, Alakona crushes asphalt from 1 2 to 1 minus of a final size material. Were doing abunch of testslike the CBR, to make sure the finalmaterial is suitableforreusein ourconstruction projects, he adds. The Californian Bearing Ratio (CBR) test is a penetration test used to evaluate the subgrade strength of roads and pavements.

Another material that Alakona processes with the new Rockster crusher is coral. In Hawaii you find a lot ofcoral shells underneath the soil. So, when Alakona works on street construction sites close to the ocean they usually excavate coral. Without a screening system, they run a 3 minus final product, used mostly for landscaping. We like the possibility to use the stockpile belt to get another fraction. Especially for processing coral, we run a 2-3 coarse aggregate from the side belt and 1 minus from the screen. Coral is quite ahard rockwith high density. The crushed material contains less fines than the crushed asphalt. We can use it asbase coarsefor house or concrete paths, Arist explains.

With a screen box and return belt, the RocksterR700S weighs only 50,300 lbs (22,8 tons)and can be easily transported with Alakonas own flatbed truck without the need of transport permits. This gives themgreat flexibilityin terms of their future plans, to get a foot in the door of contracting business. It also saves them a lot of time and money.

We are able to crush so many kinds of material. Within 4 days of training this summer, we crushed RAP, coral, concrete and basalt. There areso many possibilitiesfor a lot of different customers like construction companies, privates and of course municipalities. You would think that people on an island would be more aggressive intoresearching,testingandusing recycled material, but they are hesitant in trying new things. It needs to be pushed more and people need to understand that this is the future. There needs to berecycled materialespecially inconstruction fieldswhere we couldsaveso muchnatural resources,

R1000S closed circuit impact crusher with a screening system & air blower has been crushing at the Bauhof Deutschlandsberg since the beginning of 2020. It provides valuable services in the production of high-quality recycled building materials.

Demolish Recycle Build! Bauhof Deutschlandsberg has been ensuring the perfect material cycle for 24 years. With a 9-person team and strong partner network such as the transport company Konrad Pistolnig GmbH, Westbeton GmbH and Tiefbau Deutschlandsberg, companys great strengths are building demolition, container services and the recycling of all types of construction debris. On a 6.6-hectare company premises, processed materials are immediately returned to the material-cycle on the construction sites. The processing capacity on the Bauhof site is 80,000 tons per year, which corresponds to a saved landfill volume of 55,000m. With a recycling rate of 98% mostly of their own and their partner companies the maximum avoidance and recycling before landfill is consistently implemented at Bauhof Deutschlandsberg.

The management of construction waste is of growing interest for both the construction industry and waste management. Residual building materials that do not end up in a landfill but are returned to the economic cycle as high-quality RC building materials are an ecological necessity.

In addition to a trommel screen, excavators, loaders and road rollers, a rented crushing plant is also always in use, which processes approx. 40,000 tons of debris, asphalt and concrete every year. At the end of 2019, the management decided to replace the rented crushing plant with a new closed-circuit impact crusher R1000S from the Upper Austrian manufacturer Rockster. The impactor has been the companys new recycling centerpiece since January of this year.

With our R1000S we have already produced 16,000t of concrete 0/80, 8,000t of asphalt 0/18, 600t of wall ballast 0/16 and 500t of construction debris 0/20. We are extremely satisfied with the quality of the end-product. The mixture of coarser and fine grain is just right for further use in the concrete mixing plant or on construction sites,

The crusher is powerful and easy to use, I set the crushing gap on the display and the rest I do from the excavator with the remote control. Replacing the screen deck is also very simple, everything is done in 15 minutes.

Thanks to the compactness of the Rockster crusher, the contract crushing business can also be expanded now. Well-known customers such as Granit Graz, Porr or Swietelsky, as well as private customers, have already rented the R1000S and were extremely satisfied with both ease of handling and the quality of material.

The use of recycled materials is becoming more and more demanding and also brings some advantages to the construction company. You can save money, conserve natural resources and still use high-quality building materials. Crushed asphalt, for example, binds better than gravel due to the bitumen content and is an optimal surface for road construction. Recycled concrete is frost-proof and an excellent base material. Our recycled building materials are subject to constant control measures and the entire cycle is documented,

Mjolnir Construction, a Glastonbury, Conn., company that handles commercial and residential demolition, utility, water and sewer work, was finding more and more of its jobs required it to recycle construction materials. This presented owner Thor Norgaard with two options: either paying to have the materials hauled off site or paying a portable crushing firm to come in and process the materials on site. Either way, it involved an outlay of cash that equated to a missed opportunity.

If I had purchased a portable jaw plant for our type of application, in order to create a consistent size material, I would have also had to purchase a portable screening plant to work alongside the jaw crusher, he said. A jaw crusher would have made an initial break of the processed material into roughly the size of 6-inch minus, much of which would not have been a usable material for many applications. So, the oversized material would have to be separated or screened out and then fed back into the crusher for additional passes until it was broken down to the size material that I could use.

After considering his choices, Norgaard purchased a Rockster R1100 closed circuit portable impact crusher and has set up two recycling sites to receive materials, one in Portland, Conn., and the other in Tolland, Conn. In addition to receiving materials at his designated recycling sites, Mjolnir also will be making his Rockster available for onsite recycling projects.

By purchasing an impact crusher, I am skipping the purchase of a screening plant and several reprocessing steps. An impact crusher is going to create a material that has a more uniform shape and is thus more sellable; and its making a product that does not need to be reprocessed and screened to achieve the specification that we are looking for. Thus, accomplishing two things lowering our initial investment cost and increasing production over any given period of time.

An impact crusher is the ideal situation for this particular customer, said Joe Collazo, Equip Sales and Leasing sales manager. He is able to make a very usable material in a single pass through the plant and have a very high quality, uniform product.

Coming into this expansion of my business I did not know a thing about operating a crusher and these are very expensive pieces of equipment with all kinds of easy ways to break them. Equip Sales and Leasing has a program that allows you to rent the crusher with a trained operator. That rental gives you an opportunity to see a skilled operator put the machine through its paces and lets you experience what the machine is capable of.

During the rental period, we watched this machine operate for over 100 hours with a production rate of 900 to 1,200 tons per day and it never once faltered. Even during the period that we were paying rent on the machine it was making a profit for us. In our case, we decided that we wanted to purchase the machine, but we wanted to have an opportunity to be properly trained on the operation of the machine over a prolonged period of time, so we extended the rental for another month with a portion of the rental being applied to the purchase cost. The operator changed hats to trainer and taught our people how to properly start up, operate, service and maintain the machine.

We do that for two very important reasons, Collazo said. One, it protects us. Crushing is a very aggressive business and you never know what foreign material is going to end up inside the crusher inflicting a lot of damage. More importantly, it protects the customer. Nobody factors into a bid destroying a piece of rented equipment, yet its so easy to do with a crusher. This takes that risk out of the equation. If a customer is buying one of our crushers, this turns into a great training opportunity. One of our operators has over 4,000 hours of experience. He has seen it all.

Made in Austria it is obviously a very high-quality machine that is powered by a Cat diesel, Collazo said. None of the other machines that we looked at could achieve what the Rockster was capable of. Also, Rocksters patented duplex system allows us to offer an impactor or jaw to our rental customers without the investment of buying two separate plants.

One of the ways that you can adjust the coarseness of aggregate being produced is by slowing down the impact crusher or speeding it up, Collazo said. If the entire crusher is directly coupled to the engine via generator or clutch when you change engine speed to affect rotor speed you are potentially slowing down your production rate. With the Rockster, the impactor is not connected to the power plant; it runs independently hydrostatically, so you can make changes to the impactor operation without changing the idle speeds of the crushers power plant,

During the entire process, Equip Sales and Leasing was great to work with, Norgaard said. They carefully taught all of our employees everything they needed to know. Since the purchase, they have exceeded our expectations in servicing the equipment. Response time has been great, and parts availability has never been an issue. Most importantly as expected the Rockster has done nothing but add to our bottom line.

Founded in 2011, Mjolnir Construction has grown from an owner/operator doing primarily residential and septic installation and repair work to having five full-time employees, an office manager and as many as 10 seasonal operators.

I have really focused on building my business through relationships, and the most important relationship is the relationship I build with the customer I am working for, Norgaard said. I am personally on the site of every job that we take. I have a personal interest in every project, and I work closely with the owner of every project, making suggestions as we go along in the hopes of improving the efficiency or overall productivity of the project.

That level of interest has given me the opportunity to create personal relationships with the people I work for and ultimately leads them to recommending my company to their associates and giving me the first look at any projects that they have in the future.

At the CVS we learned that on any given project virtually everything can go wrong, but most importantly, we found out that we could handle it, and that experience gave us the confidence to move on to even bigger and better things, Norgaard said.

*This article was written by Eqip Sales and Leasing Corp. and we thank them for giving us permission to publish it here. Originally appeared in Construction Equipment Guide on Thursday, April 23, 2020 Northease Edition #9

With our own crusher, we can process the material at any time, which increases our flexibility, says Forster. He has been looking for a mobile crusher in the 35-ton range and tested few, including theRockster impact crusher R1100DSwith screening system and CAT C9 Tier 4 Final / STAGE V engine. We wanted to get an idea of the performance and operation of the crusher. My machine operators, in particular, have to be convinced of the system, because they are supposed to work efficiently with it,

The large openings and good access to the engine compartment make service and maintenance easier. We also have much better experiences with hydraulic drives as is the case with Rocksters fully hydraulic drive in comparison with diesel-electric drives, where you have to expect cable breaks and which are usually more sensitive to dust or vibrations.

Since the crusher is used on multiple locations, i.e. the recycling site and at the companys own gravel quarry or landfills, an easytransport was also an important issue. I like the fact that we dont have to disassemble anything on the R1100DS to transport it, just fold in the screening system and drive it onto the flat-bed trailer, explains Forster.

Forster and his team most often produce 0/60 material for underground stabilization from broken concrete or mixed rubble. The granite gravel from the railroad is processed to 0/16 or 0/32 mm end product, which is ideal for road construction as an underfill or for land consolidation.

Performance and material quality are really excellent, the composition of fine and coarse fraction is exactly right for our customer requirements. Theattached Air Bloweralso works perfectly. It has the optimal suction to blow away non-aggregate materials such as polystyrene, textiles, wood parts, plastic or ytong parts. This light material is collected directly in a container, which is surrounded by a net, and can then be disposed of. So, everything is done in one step.

Rockster sales manager Norbert Feichtinger adds: I was immediately convinced that we could supply the most optimal system for Forster Recycling, since we use our impact crushers particularly for construction rubble and granite processing and therefore have extremely good experience.

Slovenian construction company AGM Nemec purchases its second Rockster impact crusher. Primoz Nemec started off as an independent contractor in 1994 with only one excavator. After almost a decade of hard work, perseverance and business expansion he founded in 2003 what is today known as AGM Nemec. With their main office in Sedre, Lako, located halfway between Maribor and Slovenias capital, Ljubljana, AGM Nemec is primarily a construction company. With more than 130 employees, an extensive fleet of over 100 machines and motor vehicles suitable for all sorts of construction jobs, one quarry in Boben, Hrastnik with a concrete production plant as well as another dolomite quarry in Kislovec, AGM Nemec is one of the construction leaders in Slovenia.

After a short testing period, we were convinced that the Rockster impact crusher with a hydrostatic drive and a low transport weight is exactly what we were looking for. From the aspect of our machine operators, the crusher is very easy to operate and thanks to the large engine openings very simple to service and do all the necessary maintenance. It has been mostly used as a primary crusher in our quarry for processing dolomite rather soft and abrasive rock to sizes from 0/4, 4/8, 8/16, 16/32 as well as 32/x,

The R900 impactor was an important addition for the growth of our construction sector and it enabled us to take on other projects where crushing of asphalt or recycling of concrete on the spot was a must. I have to say that another reason why we acquired larger Rockster machine is because of the fast service provided by the Rockster dealer Skalar d.o.o. The parts were always delivered on time and great technical support just ads to a more fluid workflow.

As the size of construction projects grew, the need for AGM Nemec to purchase a larger impactor was also needed in order to properly grow with the market needs. They pretty much took the same route through Rocksters Slovenian dealer, however this time no testing was necessary. AGM Nemec purchased Rocksters R1100S impact crusher and had it delivered straight to the quarry. The crusher is equipped with an optional hydraulically lowerable screen box and the double-functional return and/or stockpile belt. The impactor sure surprised with its output and the ability to screen and precisely define final end product. The hydraulically swiveled stock-pile conveyor enables for additional product size, which adds to efficiency of the crushing process and being able to get the most out of the machine. Reliable network and the very throughput of the larger crusher are exactly the two main reasons why R1100S stayed at the quarry for good. It will mainly crush dolomite with 0-500 input size for the purposes of concrete production at the quarry.

It was very easy for us to decide since we have had Rockster impactor for more than 11 years. Our operator knows how easy it is to operate a crusher with a hydrostatic drive as well as how to fine tune the adjustment gap and get exact desired final material. Thanks to the intuitive, electrical control function on the multifunctional display, the set-up of the crushing gap adjustment, in comparison to R900, is even easier to define, which allows for precisely controlled size of the end-material. The Quick Start-Stop function and the vibrating chute with load-dependent speed control add to the efficiency of the machine and decrease setup- and downtime. With the additional screening system, it will enable us to broaden our services which means crushing and screening on-site. We will use the screen system mainly for production of 0-16 and 0-32 final product. Sporadically, the R1100S, will be required for recycling demolition debris such as reinforced concrete as well as asphalt,

Since 1994, Hopf Bagger KG from Gaal (Austria) specializes in earthworks and forestry work. Ten years ago, the company was handed over to the next generation and since then, Martin Hopf has been the CEO and main driving force with behind his small yet efficient team. The existing business areas have been expanded and additional segments like pipeline construction as well as the processing of building waste and natural stone were further developed.

A current large-scale project by Hopf and his team is an area of 2.4 hectare that was redesigned two years ago and is now being parceled out and prepared for 23 building plots for single-family and semi-detached houses. All dredging and construction work is done with the companys own equipment. TheRockster Scalping Screen RSS410, which has been in use at Hopf since November 2018, has already been a valuable asset for this project.

Thanks to the mobile screener, we canprocessall theexcavated materialfrom the construction site andrepurpose it again immediately. We use all generated fractions: the 32/60 and 16/32 roll gravel for drainage, 8/16 material as channel chippings and the fine material 0/8 as cable sand. We do not have to transport and dispose the material, nor do we need new raw material. Thissavesus a lot oftimeandmoneyand alsoprotects the environment, says Martin Hopf.

It has always been my philosophy to recycle the excavated or demolished material from our construction sites and to reuse it on site. Our two Rockster machines enable us to do exactly that. So far, weve been using rental equipment, but with my own fleet, Im a lot more flexible, which has been a concern for me for a long time, says Martin Hopf. In mid-November, he was handed over the very first impact crusher from the new Rockster factory in Mhlviertel (Upper Austria) thecompact Rockster R1000S Impact Crusher and was immediately impressed by thesmooth commissioningandexcellent crushing performanceof the R1000S. Although we are crushing extremelyrough gravelhere, thecubic end materialthat we get with the crusher isperfect. We are still in the initial phase and will continue to test all setting parameters, but at the first day of operation, we were crushing 138 tonnes per hour to 0 / 32mm. This is an astounding performance, says Martin Hopf with excitement.

For Martin Hopf, thecompactnessof theR1000S Impact Crusheris particularly important. He can transport it with his own truck, which bringsmaximum flexibility. This plays a major role in the newly targeted contractor business.

This machine is in theoptimum performance class for contract crushingand it can be used innatural stone processingas well asfor recycling of demolition waste. The height-adjustablemagnetic separatorhelps to remove iron. The screen box is mounted quickly, so you can meet a variety of customer requirements. Thebelt scaleensures an easy and correct billing. In combination with the scalping screen we have, we cangenerate 3 precisely defined fractionsin a single operation, says Hopf.

The Rocksterdouble-apron designand the2 deck pre-screen systemwas exactly what convinced Martin Hopf that R1000S is the optimal machine for his company. The R1000S is awell-designed and finely constructed machinethat can optimize the crushing process with ease and great accuracy. Theengine compartment is easily accessible, and the components are not too complicated, he says.

Rockster sales manager Norbert Feichtinger adds: During the development of each Rockster crusher, we putgreat effort and importance to engine accessibility. If the engine is easily accessible,maintenance will be easier.It will be done regularly and most importantly its cost effective.All of these add to the longevity of our machines where quality is our nr. 1 priority.

Since 2016, the Rockster impact crusher R1100DS has been a valuable asset in processing asphalt, construction debris and gravel at Urschitz in Austria. It has produced astounding 500,000 tonnes of material since.

From the former one-man business with a horse-drawn milk buggy in 1929, Bruno Urschitz GmbH, from Austria, grew into a progressive family business with over 170 employees. This development is impressive and, according to the company owner, it is ultimately the result of a well-managed and motivated team combined with a state-of-the-art fleet of trucks, excavators and construction machinery. Whether sand, gravel, grit or soil we are the right partner for all kinds of construction projects, says Urschitz. The continuous growth of the company is also reflected in the wide range of services ranging from transport, earthmoving, recycling or gravel pits to their own filling station.

Because of the increasing demand for smaller product sizes in 2015, especially in road construction, where an asphalt fine planing material of 0/16 or 0/22 is preferred, Bruno Urschitz decided to purchase a new crusher.

My focus was on the R1100DS, but the screen surface was too small for me. Rockster has therefore designed a new screen box with 3100 x 1350mm, so even with product size below 22mm, we can achieve a good throughput. I especially like the stockpile function of the return belt. Because of it, we produce two fractions in one pass, which we use above all in the gravel pit. In addition, I can transport the machine with the screening system without extra hassle and since we use the machine 70% on site, cost effective transport and low weight play an important role.

Rockster crusher shows its strengths especially in the recycling of asphalt and demolition debris. Mario Dreier has been working with the machine since the first minute and is still very passionate: I crush 80% asphalt with the Rockster crusher and have now reached about 4,000 operating hours. Because the bitumen in the asphalt becomes very sticky in the heat, I have to wash the cooler and the hydraulics after every third job. Of course, asphalt is generally a burden on the machine and the fine asphalt dust settles everywhere. But our Rockster does not let us down. For the most part, customers want 0 / 22mm final product and for this size our impactor produces on average 140t of final material per hour with a feed size of 0/600 mm on average and a fuel consumption of well below 40l / h. I mean, these are reasonable values.

Mario Dreier does not only transport his crusher with his truck, he is also operating the excavator. From unloading the machine to the first bucket, it takes exactly 11 minutes. If I have to readjust the crushing gap, add 4 minutes more. If a customer wants several product sizes, I change the meshes in no time thanks to the lowerable main belt and the quick-change system. So you can really be fast and efficient at work. Thats what I really enjoy when working with the R1100DS. If, for example, an iron part gets stuck between the main belt and the magnetic separator, I just lower the main belt and its right there. This function is very useful, says the operator.

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