A construction waste demolition crusher, also known as a building waste crusher or demolition waste crusher, is a machine that reduces the size and volume of waste generated during the construction, renovation, or demolition of buildings, roads, bridges, and other structures.
For smaller home projects, homeowners mostly choose the sledgehammer to crush concrete. However, Demolition crushing machinery is used to break down concrete structures in larger-scale concrete crushing. After demolishing the initial structure, a large impactor is used to crush concrete to smaller sizes.
Demolition crushers reduce mineral materials such as concrete, asphalt and natural rock in size to produce a valuable commodity product. A fast spinning rotor throws the material against a solid stationary impact wall. The striking and impacting causes the material to shatter into smaller pieces.
The Global Demolition crusher market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Sandvik launches third generation impact crusher – The third-generation Q1353 is a mid-sized tracked machine that has been designed for the recycling and contractor sectors.
It can process up to 400 t of material an hour and includes PRISEC crushing technology, which enables it to be used of both primary and secondary applications.
Its feed arrangement includes a new feed hopper with curved heavy-duty sides for greater capacity and tapered feed arrangement to reduce blockages and ensure continuous crushing. It also features a new pan feeder with geared drive and a larger pre-screen with improved access to replace media.
At the core of the QI353 is a new mid-size Prisec impact crusher, which boasts the largest feed opening 1,170 x 730 mm (46 x 29 in) and largest rotor diameter 1,150 mm (45 in) within its class, for higher capacity & greater energy efficiency.
The 3-Series model is available with optional belt scales for tph (tonnes per hour) monitoring of fines and stockpile conveyors. Fitted to the machine’s conveyor, the scales allow productivity data to be displayed on the main user interface.
The QI353 also comes factory ready to accept Sandvik’s new HS323 hanging screen module, which enables operators to use the crusher in an open or closed circuit.
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