7000 Crusher

The 7000 series is a jaw action crusher that will crush a full UK kerbstone in approximately 30 seconds. Instant hydraulic adjustable jaws allow output product sizes to range from 15mm up to 120mm.
These crushers are ideal for waste transfer stations, skip companies looking to reduce their costs to landfill, hirers and larger building contractors. They are very simple to operate and incredibly cheap to run. The 7000 series simply cannot be matched for its reliability, performance and versatility by any other product on the market. Purchasing a 7000 series for
small scale crushing is a very cost effective method of avoiding large landfill costs, onsite recycling and reducing demolition rubble to a usuable product. Recycling rubble can now be affordable and achievable on site. Crush your rubble for less than £1 per tonne
The 7000 series crusher is powered by a Deutz 70 hp air cooled engine. Even better it only uses less 10 litres of fuel per hour
The 7000 series is still portable enough to be transported by hook loaders, low loaders and smaller plant lorries. Simply drive the crusher into position, select the desired output size, start the crusher and conveyor system and start to crush – up and crushing in less than 5 minutes. The 7000 series makes light work of reinforced concrete, brick, porcelain and other aggregate type products.

The 7000 series is jaw crusher with jaw aperture of 700mm x 400mm.

The 7000 series is 2200mm wide and has a loading height of 2720mm, providing a large jaw for significant daily tonnage where larger machines are impractical or too noisy. Instantly hydralically adjustable jaws for adjustment of output product size, ranging from a choice approx. 15mm up to 100mm.

Material: The 7000 series will crush concrete, kerbstone, marble, paving slabs, bricks, tiles, blocks, stone, porcelain, flint, gravestones, etc.

Output: Output will vary according to jaw setting, loading method, loading equipment, input material, and familiarity of the loading operator. Up to 45 tonnes per hour has been achieved.

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