I34/I34R Compact Crusher
The I34 and I34R are the perfect solution for projects with small footprints but big requirements. These compact, mobile crushers are suited particularly to construction and demolition recycling, asphalt recycling, and aggregates.
The versatile and mobile compact impactors deliver high performance and expanded versatility in a highly mobile lineup to customers around the world. Able to nimbly move around in tight spaces, the small footprint is uniquely suited to the recycling, demolition and smaller scale construction projects. Less than 2.5m wide, the crushers can be transported easily from site to site.
The I34 compact crusher boasts flexibility as well. Not only can the I34 continue crushing while moving, it can convert to a recirculating impactor in just a few hours.
- Able to track and crush
- I34R swing out radial return conveyor
- 2000mm x 1100mm (6'-7" x 3'-7") double deck recirculation screen on I34R
- 4 full height blow bars with change hoist and various blow bar material options
- Apron adjustment to suit either Secondary or Primary crushing
- Grizzly punch plate / Grizzly blanking plate
- Refueling pump
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