I54v3/I54Rv3 Impact Crusher
A leader in the sub-50 tonne class, the McCloskey I54v3 Impactor brings high quality and high production capacity to mobile impactor applications.
The I54v3 is built around a 1200mm (48″) x 1350mm (53″) four bar impactor with a 1360mm (53.5″) x 950mm (37″) feed opening. An independently vibrating double-deck grizzly pre-screen removes the majority of the fines in advance of the crushing chamber, increasing capacity and reducing wear.
The I54Rv3 offers a full screening and recirculating system, allowing operators to produce a high quality crushed and screened final product with one machine. The crushers offer the option to discharge to a vibratory underpan, or direct to the main conveyor.
Available with various blow bar material options, the I54v3 is versatile and easily transported. It has a minimal setup time, maximizing on-site production time.
- 1200mm (48") x 1350mm (53") four bar impactor with a 1164mm (46") x 2695mm (106") pan feeder
- Crusher pre-screen for maximum efficiency
- Folding hopper
- User friendly control panel
- 1400mm (55") main conveyor
- I54Rv3 offers a full screening and recirculating system
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