Recycle C & D waste with the Remu crusher attachment. The CR 1100 crushing bucket is designed to reduce the volume of most common materials from demolition sites including clay bricks, roof tiles, plaster board and asphalt.
The crushing function of the CR 1100 is based on rotating axel and carbide crusher picks placed around the shaft. Picks presse the material against counter blades and crush the particles into down to produce a size of 0-100mm. Two direct drive motors offer reliable power transmission.
Safe time and money by processing demolition waste onsite. In ideal case crushed material can be reused onsite, but even if material needs to be transported for recycling facility, crushing reduces the volume and helps to save transportation costs. Crushing bucket is also affordable investment to recycling centers to process their material piles and turning those into valuable product.
Compared to a crushing plant, the bucket crusher is a more affordable investment and can solve a number of material handling needs. Also the operating cost is only a fraction of that of bigger plants. You only need one excavator, one bucket and one operator.
The rotary crusher bucket offers a steady throughput and with number of materials a capacity of 60m3/ hour can be achieved.
Excessive fine material does not interfere with the crushing process in this rotary crushing bucket. This type of crushing technique is particularly suitable for processing mixed materials.
Wear parts for the CR 1100 consist mainly of carbide crushing picks which are quick and easy to change. Compared to the wear parts of some other type of crusher buckets the picks are much more affordable and convenient to store, transport or take to site.
If a material is too hard to process, the rotor simply stops, after which the rotor can be reversed and the unbreakable material dumped out of the bucket.
According to our experience most of the wire / cables go through the bucket.
There are different types of natural stone and some are easy to crush while others are not. Sandstone, shale or claystone and soapstone are processable. The hardest natural stones, like granite, cannot be processed with our bucket.