Understanding Eagle Crusher Nomenclature

Nov 22, 2021

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Our crushing plants are always being refined to be the best solution for your company, so we decided to take a moment and help you crack the code regarding our model and plant designation nomenclature. Even if you were not initially curious, knowing our nomenclature will help you in your search for the plant that works best for your operation. So, here is our easy guide to understanding the Eagle Crusher nomenclature.

CC

What does it stand for? Closed Circuit

What does that mean?  The single chassis crushing plant has a screen that allows oversized material to be returned back to the impactor for recrushing.

Which models can you find this nomenclature? E-Plant, Stealth 500, 500-CC, 1000-CC, 1200-CC.

OC

What does it stand for? Open Circuit

What does that mean? The crusher discharge conveyor goes out the side of the plant for either further processing, stockpiling, or to a separate screen plant.

Which models can you find this nomenclature? 1400-OC, 1600-OC

Eagle Crusher UltraMax 500 CV Plant

CV

What does it stand for? Conveyor

What does that mean? The crusher discharge conveyor goes out the front of the plant, instead of out the side like on an “OC” plant.

Which models can you find this nomenclature? 400-CV, 500-CV, 1000-CV, 1200-CV, 1400-CV

Eagle Crusher Rapideploy Plant

RD

What does it stand for? Rapid Deploy®

What does that mean? Specially designed closed circuit crushing and screening system with an onboard magnet and integrated conveyor belts, allowing you to crush, screen, separate, and stockpile.

Which models can you find this nomenclature? Rapideploy®

Eagle Crusher UltraMax 1400 CCS Plant

CCS

What does it stand for? Closed Circuit Crushing and Screening System

What does that mean? A system composed of a crushing plant and separate screening plant combined together to form a closed circuit system. A typical configuration would be a 1400-OC crushing plant and a 6×20 or 8×20 screen plant together with feed and return conveyors to form a 1400-CCS.

Which models can you find this nomenclature? 1400-CCS, 1600-CCS

Eagle Crusher UltraMax 1400 CVS Plant

CVS

What does it stand for?  Closed Circuit Crushing System

What does that mean? A system composed of a crushing plant and separate screening plant combined together to form a closed circuit system. Like the CCS systems, but instead utilizing a “CV” crushing plant. For example, a 1400-CV crushing plant and a 6×20 or 8×20 screen plant, together with conveyors, would form a 1400-CVS.

Which models can you find this nomenclature? 1400-CVS

CVSS

What does it stand for?  Conveyor Discharge Secondary Screening and Crushing Plant

What does that mean?  A crushing plant on one chassis designed as a second stage screening and crushing plant allowing material to be screened while oversized material is crushed again and discharged out the front for rescreening, stockpiling, or further processing.

Which models can you find this nomenclature? 500-CVSS

OCSS

What does it stand for?  Side Discharge Secondary Screening and Crushing Plant

What does that mean?  A crushing plant on one chassis designed as a second stage screening and crushing plant allowing material to be screened while oversized material is crushed again and discharged via conveyor coming out the side for rescreening, stockpiling, or further processing.

Which models can you find this nomenclature? 1200-OSCC

 

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