Eagle Crusher Co. Unveils Low-Cost Closed-Circuit Portable Crushing Plant

The Stealth™ 500

Galion, Ohio, August 30, 2018 — Eagle Crusher Co., Inc. announces the Stealth™ 500, the latest product addition to the Eagle Crusher line of heavy-duty crushing and screening equipment. The Stealth has been specifically configured to help cost-conscious businesses by enabling them to enter the recycle concrete, asphalt, aggregate, and sand and gravel industries for an unexpectedly low initial investment price for an all-electric plant that provides high production crushing and screening on one chassis. At $399,999 the plant is also priced to allow existing producers to economically add to their fleets.

stealth-500 CC Portable Impactor Plant

The new, all-electric Stealth™ 500 from Eagle Crusher makes market entry easy for recycle concrete, asphalt, aggregate, and sand and gravel producers.

Designed for smaller-sized jobs that require cubicle spec products from a highly portable crushing and screening plant, the Stealth transports easily with its hydraulic retractable return conveyor, and sets up and tears down quickly using its hydraulic lift and leveling system. The plant’s two-deck inclined screen produces two cubical products, while top-deck retained material is returned to the crusher for further processing.

The Stealth features a unique, two-step, five-foot grizzly deck to allow for material that passes through the grizzly deck to be blended back with the crushed material, minimizing crusher wear. The Stealth also includes a removable electrical control panel that features pre-wired receptacles for radial stackers.

Partnering with producers to provide versatile, durable, and reliable crushing and screening equipment, Eagle Crusher Co. has been an industry leader for more than 100 years. The company innovated the first, solid-steel, three-bar rotor and lifetime rotor replacement warranty (North America only), developed the structural steel-frame jaw crusher, and pioneered high volume portable crushing equipment for the construction-and-demolition debris recycling industry.