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EvoQuip to exhibit new Falcon 820 screen at Hillhead

June 7, 2022  By EvoQuip

EvoQuip will exhibit at Hillhead from June 21-23 in Buxton, England where they will display a brand new Falcon 820 screen and run live working demonstrations throughout the day of a Cobra 230R impact crusher. 

Barry O’Hare, Product Line Director, said “We are delighted to be back at Hillhead. It has been a long time without shows and the EvoQuip team are excited to meet new and existing customers and showcase our products. Hillhead is the perfect exhibition for us and allows us to show why we are leading the way in the compact crushing and screening industry. Come down and see us at stand L3 where the team will be waiting to show you around our latest offering – the Falcon 820 inclined screen and talk to you about the live demonstrations of the Cobra 230R.” 

The EvoQuip range of mobile crushing and screening equipment provides a compact and versatile solution which can operate in the most demanding of applications including Reinforced Concrete, Recycled Asphalt, Construction and Demolition waste, Coal and Natural Rock. EvoQuip provides the perfect solution for onsite recycling in urban areas with all the products being easily transportable from job to job. 

The Falcon 820 


The Falcon 820 is the latest addition to the EvoQuip range of screens. Its rugged design enables it to handle materials such as sand and gravel, crushed stone, coal, topsoil and demolition waste. The Falcon 820 is a compact finishing screen and boasts a double deck, 2 bearing 8’x4’ screenbox. Its versatile and robust design makes it ideal for multiple applications. In addition, its compact transport envelope allows it to be transported easily between sites. 

The Falcon Range 

The Falcon range consists of the Falcon 820, Falcon 1220 and Falcon 1230 inclined finishing screens. The Falcon plants combine scalping, screening and stockpiling into one self-contained unit. With their versatile screen angle range, EvoQuip’s Falcons provide efficient classification of fines and are ideal for multiple applications. Ease of movement and rapid set up are also key features of the Falcon range. 

Cobra 230R Impact Crusher 

The Cobra 230R impact crusher is a versatile and easy to use machine that can operate in the most demanding of applications such as Reinforced Concrete, Recycled Asphalt, Construction and Demolition waste and Natural Rock. The integrated afterscreen system with a 2.44m x 1.2m (8’ x 4’) post screen on the Cobra 230R ensures the required product specification is achieved with oversize material either being recirculated back to the crusher or else stockpiled. The ability to quickly detach the complete afterscreen system including the oversize conveyor, provides the option of either running the machine in standard mode or transporting it separately. 

The Cobra Range 

The Cobra range of Impactors provides class leading productivity, unmatched versatility and excellent fuel efficiency; the range is designed with the operator in mind in terms of ease of use and serviceability. Incorporating features such as ground level access to the engine, hydraulics, service and refueling points as well as hinged radiator pack, hinged diesel tank and product conveyor that can be lowered or removed quickly for maintenance. In addition, the operator has the ability to move the machine using the remote control from the excavator cab without shutting down the crusher. 


All models fitted with the T-Link telemetry system provide the customer with real time information on the performance of their machine. Telematics maximises uptime, parts and service availability and provides factual up to date information from the field. 

Visit EvoQuip at stand L3 at Hillhead to see how telematics helps us be leaders in product support. Telematics maximises uptime, parts and service availability and provides factual up to date information from the field. For more information on the EvoQuip range of compact crushers, screens and conveyors please visit

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