Red Rhino’s new crusherPublished 27/11, 2015 at 13:29
Red Rhino, the British manufacturer of mini crushers, has added the Red Rhino 7000 crusher to its extensive range.
The new machine is fitted with a low emission Deutz 2.9TCD, four cylinder, turbocharged common rail, water-cooled, diesel engine meeting European Stage IIIB and North American Tier 4 emission requirements. It also complies with the low emission requirements that are demanded on urban contracts.
In addition to the vastly reduced emissions, the 7000 has other features, such as low running costs, low fuel consumption and a large fuel tank. The 7000 features a new control system, improved scavenged air filtration, high and low speed tracking, automatic control for preheat when starting from cold and improved condition monitoring.
Red Rhino’s success is built on saving money for its customers by crushing on-site, eliminating expensive transport costs, tipping charges, tax levies and replacement material costs. On site crushing is environmentally beneficial, as crushed material can be reused on-site saving vehicle movements, reducing exhaust and dust emissions.
Crushers are available from the Red Rhino range to suit all budgets and are easily transported on the road. They can be supplied on tracks, some small enough to pass through doorways, while others can be skid steer or tractor mounted with the option of hydraulic or electric drives.
The new 7000 has remote control for tracking, conveyor and feeder control, as well as remote crusher hydraulic setting adjustment. The crusher rotation can also be reversed using the remote control.
These crusher controls enable operators to clear blockages without leaving their excavator cabs. All controls, apart from tracking, are duplicated on the control panel on the plant.