Eagle Crusher Co., an equipment manufacturing company based in Galion, Ohio, has announced it will display the RapiDeploy 1000 at this year’s World of Asphalt/Agg1, Nashville, Tennessee, March 29-31 at booth #2002.
The company says the RapiDeploy 1000 has all the same features as the original RapiDeploy, now called the RapiDeploy 500, with the added power of Eagle Crusher’s Ultramax 15 impactor for higher production. The RapiDeploy 1000 is a portable plant on one chassis with built-in retractable conveyors. The plant can crush, screen, separate and stockpile all in one pull for easy transport to job sites. It features a two-product screen with a third reliever deck, allowing for increased productivity while producing two cubical spec products.
According to a news release from the company, the plant replaces jaw, cone and screen multiunit systems and has a low initial investment cost. The plant also offers reduced mobilization costs and reduced set-up and tear-down time since the need for additional stockpiling conveyors is eliminated.
In addition to the RapiDeploy 1000, Eagle Crusher will have the UltraMax 69X impactor, another recently introduced product, on display in its booth. The UltraMax 69X impactor features an extra-large, 69x51 feed opening that allows larger material into the impactor and increases throughput, up to 1000 total power hours.
The company says the impactor has a large, solid-steel rotor that weighs in at more than 13 tons and can power through large material into a cubic spec product in a single pass. The 69X features the industry’s first-lifetime rotor warranty for North American companies on its sculptured, three-bar rotor. The UltraMax 69X is available as a portable, stationary or skid-mounted plant.
Eagle Crusher personnel will be in the booth to demonstrate both product features. They will also help producers find the right equipment for their applications from Eagle Crusher’s line of heavy-duty impact crushers, portable crushing and screening plants, jaw crushers, hammermills and conveyors.