To facilitate the demonstration, Pine Bush Equipment had 1,000 cu. yds. (764.5 cu m) of material on location.
Tue May 20, 2014 - Northeast Edition Construction Equipment Guide
The powerful conveying system can discharge two sized products, including this 4-in. (10 cm) minus material.
Pine Bush Equipment invited customers April 26 to view a demonstration of the Atlas Copco PC2 portable tracked jaw crusher/screener.
To facilitate the demonstration, Pine Bush Equipment had 1,000 cu. yds. (764.5 cu m) of material on location, which covered the demonstration of all types of crushing needs from shot rock to concrete to blacktop.
The Atlas Copco PC2 with removable HS1 screen module offers a unique jaw/screen combination. It’s a 40- by 27-in. (101 by 68 cm) jaw crusher with a 5- by 8-ft. (1.5 by 2.4 m) screen deck that is incorporated onto a main discharge belt. This combination gives the operator a much smaller footprint than traditional crusher/screener combinations, making it ideal for smaller jobs, yet has the horsepower to handle larger projects.
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