Colin Chenet (L) and Bill Barry, both of CC&T in Folcroft, Pa., liked the compact design of the Rockster product line.
On Dec. 1 and 2, Rockster held a customer event near Harrisonburg, Va.
Rockster offers a duplex crushing plant, which allows the interchangeability of crusher units between the R800 (jaw) and R900 (impactor). Both units can be installed on the same basic frame, allowing the user to transform his plant from jaw to impactor and vice versa within 6 hours. Combined with options like onboard screen, closed circuit conveyor and magnetic separator, the machine can be used for many different applications, including operating with hard stone, asphalt, concrete or any other C&D.
The hydrostatic drive system provides the technical base for this system: It allows a continuous variation of the crusher speed as well as a clockwise or counter-clockwise operation of the crusher. Through this drive system, Rockster's customers have the advantages of a great operation convenience, and due to the absence of a conventional clutch, it is free of wear. Moreover the maintenance is simple and high performance across all applications due to an optimal adaptation to the various requirements is guaranteed, according to the manufacturer. CEG
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