When Profits Count, Count on Eagle Crusher.
Eagle Crusher is a worldwide leader in the manufacture of a complete line of heavy-duty impact crushers, portable crushing and screening plants, jaw crushers, cone crushers, hammermills, and conveyors for the recycle concrete, asphalt, aggregate, and sand and gravel industries. The company provides innovative, quality products and exceptional aftermarket service and support.
Eagle Crusher goes to great lengths after the sale to keep its customers up and running at peak production. With Team Eagle, customers receive:
A full line of crushing and screening plants and systems designed for the most challenging applications like processing concrete with the toughest, high-volume steel rebar, with ease. Processing the most abrasive hard rock without equipment fatigue. Tough enough to work for these applications, powerful enough to work for you, no matter what you’re crushing.
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Discover the Rich History of Eagle Crusher.
Discover the Rich History of Eagle Crusher. It all began in the early 1900s with one man’s vision, that of C.L. Woods, an Ohio distributor of Eagle Tractors. Woods observed that farmers were taking the cobblestones from their fields and placing them along the dirt roadsides. He imagined, “What if someone created a small jaw crusher that could mount to the front of a tractor to crush the stone and use it to improve the roads?”
Eagle Crusher Proudly Supports
AED (Associated Equipment Distributors)
AEM (Association of Equipment Manufacturers – Formerly CIMA & EMI)
CDRA (Construction & Demolition Recycling Association – Formerly CMRA)
HCEA (Historical Construction Equipment Association)
IAAP (Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers)
IMAA (Indiana Mineral Aggregates Association)
MAA (Michigan Aggregates Association)
NDA (National Demolition Association – Formerly National Association of Demolition Contractors)
NSSGA (National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association – Formerly National Stone Association and National Sand & Gravel Association)
OAIMA (Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association)
UAPA (Utah Asphalt Pavement Association)