The Eagle Crusher UltraMax® Impactors were developed for the recycling industry to process concrete with the toughest, high volume, steel rebar with ease. Other HSI impactors, many with open rotors, are designed for the aggregate industry and are unable to handle steel contaminates. UltraMax® impactors ensure versatility, reliability, and durability in aggregate, asphalt and all other applications.
UltraMax® primary/secondary large feed opening does the job of a primary crusher and secondary crusher in one unit.
Spring bridge assembly for primary apron maintains apron position for consistent gradation.
The increased thickness of the reversible primary apron assures increased wear life.
Secondary apron is equipped with easy to replace, interchangeable, 3” AR liners for maximum parts utilization. Housing sideliners are interchangeable for maximum parts utilization and available in a metallurgy to suit your crushing needs.
Simple and easy hydraulic-assisted primary and secondary apron adjustment assures absolute apron settings using a minimum of components.
The reversible blow bars are machined to ensure a flat fit with the rotor.
Impactor housing hydraulically opens and has multiple doors enabling easy service access to the blow bars, primary and secondary aprons and sideliners.
Features the industry’s only LIFETIME ROTOR WARRANTY on its solid-steel, three-bar, sculptured rotor—the industry’s heaviest—to keep you up and crushing.*
*North America only.
ULTRAMAX® IMPACTORS: Additional Features
- Features the toughest, most durable and reliable Horizontal Shaft Impactor (HSI) on the market today.
- Processes large feed sizes at a high production volume and ultra high reduction ratios into high quality uniform cubicle product with a minimum of fines.
- Three-bar rotor design assures optimum rotor penetration of feed materials to generate a more controlled impact action that produces a uniform cubicle product.
- Designed for stationary, skid or portable mounting in a primary/secondary application, or for a secondary application.