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IROCK Sidewinder built for wear reduction


October 15, 2013
By IROCK

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irockOctober 10, 2013, Valley View, Ohio – IROCK Crushers
introduces its Sidewinder series of crushers, which are designed to screen out
a high percentage of the feed material that is already at the required size
before reaching the crusher. This minimizes the amount of material that runs
through the crusher, increasing production and reducing wear.

irockOctober 10, 2013, Valley View, Ohio – IROCK Crushers
introduces its Sidewinder series of crushers, which are designed to screen out
a high percentage of the feed material that is already at the required size
before reaching the crusher. This minimizes the amount of material that runs
through the crusher, increasing production and reducing wear.

The Sidewinder crushers, which feature a closed-circuit
design and a four-bar impactor, are capable of producing up to four product
sizes – three uniformly sorted and one oversized product. A flop gate within
the pant leg chute gives operators the option to either recirculate oversized
material for further screening and crushing or divert it to be stockpiled as a
100 percent crushed material.

Sidewinders are ideal for primary use in sand and gravel
applications and recycled asphalt operations or for secondary use with
materials such as recycled concrete and quarry rock. There are three sizes
available, each with a three-deck horizontal screen. With screening areas of
210, 288 and 360 square feet respectively, the Sidewinder 15, 20 and 30 can
process 400, 600 and 750 TPH.

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The mobile crushers feature IROCK’s exclusive ROCK BOX, an
innovative alternative to discharge chutes found on similar units. The ROCK BOX
uses a shelf system with abrasion-resistant wear bars that allow crushed
material to build up and act as a wear liner to effectively reduce maintenance.
In addition, standard catwalks alongside the unit provide full access to each
side of the screenbox for ease of maintenance or screen media changes.

 


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