After 11 years crushing with the R900, it’s time for a larger Rockster impactor.Published 24/2, 2020 at 13:28
Slovenian construction company AGM Nemec has purchased its second Rockster impact crusher following 11 years using a R900 impactor with the R1100S being the ‘obvious choice’.
Gerčer Špitalar, managing director of AGM Nemec, commented: “The R900 impactor was an important addition for the growth of our construction sector and it enabled us to take on other projects where crushing of asphalt or recycling of concrete on the spot was a must.”
However, as the size of construction projects grew, the need for a larger impactor was identified, with the company choosing the Rockster R1100S impact crusher. “It was very easy for us to decide since we have had Rockster impactor for more than 11 years. With the additional screening system, it will enable us to broaden our services, which means crushing and screening on site. We will use the screen system mainly for production of 0-16mm and 0-32mm final product. Sporadically, the R1100S, will be required for recycling demolition debris such as reinforced concrete as well as asphalt,” concluded Gerčer Špitalar.