McCloskey has introduced a new line of compact impact crushers which are designed with the intention of increasing flexibility and productivity and maximizing efficiency for project sites. The I34 and I34R compact impact crushers aim to provide a solution for projects with small footprints but big requirements and are suited to construction and demolition recycling, asphalt recycling, and aggregates. Orders for crusher are available now and will be dispatched in Spring 2018.
Built to the same standards as full-size crushers, the new compact models are said to deliver convenience and choice to suit every customer’s needs. McCloskey engineers have adapted the design to meet the evolving project requirements and operations by developing more compact products while maintaining durability, reliability and quality.
With their fast set-up time and ability to nimbly move around tight spaces, the crusher’s small footprint is suited to the recycling, demolition and smaller scale construction projects where space is at a premium, and maneuverability is vital. The compact transport dimensions (less than 2.5m wide) allow easy transport from site to site.
The compact impactors have a number of new features as well as sharing those McCloskey has previously delivered across its crusher line
- Mobile while operating/crushing
- Switch to recirculating in just a few hours
- Direct drive delivers better fuel efficiency
- Full colour TEDD control panel screen
- Integrated hydraulic folding conveyors
- 4 Blow Bars and apron adjustment to suit either Secondary or Primary crushing
- High capacity 82.8” (2102mm) wide by 166.5” (4230mm) hydraulic drive feeder
- Full electronic control clutch system
- Full safety guarding for nip points
- Roomy, ground level engine bay for ease of maintenance and service.
The I34 crusher is said to convert to a recirculating impactor in just a few hours.
For maintenance ease, the vast majority of components are identical between models to simplify spare parts. Ground level access allows for quick service and maintenance, reducing the downtime for the operation.