Rubble crusher

dw123

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Livestock Farmer
Got a few ton of rubble to get rid of, thinking of hiring a rubble crusher and mincing it down (can have it minced down almost to dust/grit to put in especially poached gateways or maybe leaving it a bit larger to spread and roll over to assist drainage, anyone got any experience/pointers?
 

Lincs Lass

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north lincs
How much is a few tons ,,you need a alot to put through a big crusher ,plus you need something to fill it and clear the material away ,,if its a small heap ,say 200tn then a 20 tn 360 with a crusher bucket would be worth looking at
 

milkloss

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Livestock Farmer
Location
East Sussex
Had a mate that wanted a bit of work with his digger so let him hire a crusher and get to work with some concrete/brick mix. Turned out a bitch of a job because the crusher wasn’t big enough really. Would have been cheaper to dig a hole and lose it then buy a few fresh loads of crushed.
 

Goweresque

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Location
North Wilts
Guy I know hires in an excavator bucket crusher for small amounts, he says the resulting material goes down more solid than the material he used to get out of a small engine driven crusher. Takes longer but the per day hire charge is less. Think its this model he hires:


It didn't take him long to reduce a fairly decent pile of rubble to some useful material.
 
Guy I know hires in an excavator bucket crusher for small amounts, he says the resulting material goes down more solid than the material he used to get out of a small engine driven crusher. Takes longer but the per day hire charge is less. Think its this model he hires:


It didn't take him long to reduce a fairly decent pile of rubble to some useful material.
That looks good
 

Goweresque

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North Wilts
That looks good
I watched him use it for a while, it will manage a pretty decent chunk of rubble. Occasionally you get a football shaped bit it can't get a good bite on, but it'll chew through a kerbstone if you feed it in at the right angle. I'd never seen one before, and was impressed. He was only using it on a small digger, 3 tonne I think. You can get the same bucket for bigger machines, they'd do a fair bit per hour I reckon. You just need a single acting hammer circuit, the valve on the bucket just cycles the jaw open and closed as long as your foot is on the pedal.
 
I watched him use it for a while, it will manage a pretty decent chunk of rubble. Occasionally you get a football shaped bit it can't get a good bite on, but it'll chew through a kerbstone if you feed it in at the right angle. I'd never seen one before, and was impressed. He was only using it on a small digger, 3 tonne I think. You can get the same bucket for bigger machines, they'd do a fair bit per hour I reckon. You just need a single acting hammer circuit, the valve on the bucket just cycles the jaw open and closed as long as your foot is on the pedal.
Would think loading a crusher would give more output than the bucket version
 
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The tractor manufacturer AGCO, which consists of brands such as Challenger, Fendt, GSI, Massey Ferguson and Valtra, reported its results for the second quarter ending June 30, 2021.

Net sales for the second quarter were approximately $2.9 billion, an increase of approximately 43.5% compared to the second quarter of 2020.

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Reported net income was $3.73/share for the second quarter of 2021, and adjusted...
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