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Equipment crushes asphalt on-site

Specialist aggregate recycler OCL Regeneration has taken delivery of crushing and screening equipment from distributor Red Knight 6. The equipment, which includes a Rubble Master RM100GO! impact crusher and an Anaconda Equipment DF410 scalping screen (both pictured), are to be utilised across the UK.

The main objective is to crush asphalt to less than 20mm then screen the required products, with any oversize going back to the crusher. The material is then used in OCL’s stabilisation works during the manufacture of Foambase and hydraulically bound materials.

Stuart Gready, managing director of OCL, said: “After travelling to Austria with Red Knight to see the RM100GO! in operation, and then a factory visit to see who was behind this equipment, I felt confident enough to add the RM and Anaconda to our fleet to give us a better offer to our customers who need us to operate from smaller sites.”

The RM 100GO! is a high-capacity crusher weighing 29 tonnes when empty, which can crush up to 250 tonnes an hour. It  handles a wide variety of materials such as concrete, rubble and asphalt, and metals are also easily dealt with.  

The DF410 has a high-energy 3 x 1.2m, two-bearing screen box, along with a flip-down tailgate to allow feed from a crusher. It offers variable speed control on all belts and a 15-minute set-up time.

www.redknight6.co.uk

 

 

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