|Entry opening:||710 x 650 mm / 28" x 26"|
|Swing beams:||2 (individually adjustable)|
|Gap adjustment:||Fully hydraulic|
|Drive unit:||Stage IIIA / Stage IV / Stage V engine|
|Pre-screen:||Vibrating (to avoid blockages)|
|Transport dimensions & Weight R700S:||Length: 9,00 m / 29'6"
Width: 2,41 m / 7'11"
Height: 3,15 m / 10'4"
Weight: 19,60 t / 43,200 lbs
- Feed hopper (Hardox)
- Vibration feeder with pre-screen
- Adjustable bypass chute (main/side conveyor)
- Magnetic separator
- Sound-insulated engine housing
- Crusher overload protection
- Dust suppression
- Electronic control with color display
- Radio remote control
Screenbox RS73 & double-functional return/stockpile belt RB65The optional screening system - consisting of the compact circular vibrating screen RS73 in combination with the patent proteced double-functional return/stockpile belt RB65 - is the perfect option for the track-mounted R700S impact crusher to ensure 100% defined final grain.
- For producing defined final grain (depending on mesh sizes)
- Screening surface: ~ 1,85 m² / ~ 20 ft²
RB65 Double functional return/stockpile belt
- For returning the material back to the feedhopper or stockpile it for receiving a further final fraction
Transport dimensions & Weight R700S+RS73+RB65
- Length: 14,10 m / 46'3"
- Width: 2,52 m / 8'3"
- Height: 3,10 m / 10'2"
- Weight: 24,00 t / 52,900 lbs
In-House Austrian Production Leads to Top Quality Product
Successful introduction of the second machine type in series production at the new headquarters. In the course of the new production, the control system was also revised and the quick start function for the mobile impact crusher R700S and the material feed monitoring system were installed.
From demolished concrete to recycled and reusable aggregate
Demolition of concrete structures contains a large portion of high-quality building materials that can be recycled. To return these resources, the demolition is first processed in recycling plants such as mobile crushers, so that it can then be returned to the building material cycle as recycled aggregate. Dr. Sonnenberg from the magazine "Beton" explains in an interesting and descriptive report how concrete is processed, what's important to take care of and how it can then be used again as a building material.
Future Development of RCD (Recycling of Construction and Demolition Waste)
In an era where sustainability is a priority, how has the market for concrete processors grown and what is the fate of the final product? What are the main novelties Rockster brings to the market for Recycling of Demolition Waste?
Rockster R700S - Performance Combined with Compactness
Rockster impact crusher R700S does a great job for the earthmoving and transport professional Wagner in Tyrol and convinced with performance and its optimal transport dimensions.
The compact power crusher R700S in use for recycling and aggregate processing projects in Tyrols mountains
The company Thanner is specialized in recycling of asphalt and construction waste as well as forestry construction. They often need to go up to 1,800 meters on narrow forest roads with their machinery. No problem for the compact impact crusher R700S, which processes the material for road construction on site for immediate use.
Grand Rockster Live Demo – Showing Wide Variety
Contractors, landscapers, construction/concrete or aggregate recycling and road building companies could check out the performance of Rockster's portfolio.
Innovative Recycling Project In The City Centre Of Beijing with Rocksters Most Compact Impactor R700S
For the first time recycled asphalt and concrete were crushed directly at the jobsite and reused immediately for road construction. In this case it was essential to have the additionally attached dust suppression on the main belt of the mobile impact crusher R700S.
Rockster Impactor R700S in Airy Heights!
The Rockster R700S is the perfect crusher for this challenging jobsite on a sea level of 2,800 meters where it’s used to process asphalt for maintenance and repair work on the mountain.
Sustainability heroes in South Africa
Johannesburg's official waste management service provider Pikitup uses the Rockster R700S crushers to produce recycled material for road construction and various other projects. Landfills should be minimized, and processes where recycled material can be immediately reused shall be implemented.