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centauro100-32
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CENTAURO 100.32

Fields of application

RAP (milled asphalt)
Construction and demolition waste
Environmental decontamination
Reinforced concrete
Excavation material
Milled material
Processing waste from ceramics
Processing waste from cement products
Processing waste from gas beton aerated concrete blocks
Coal

Product Description

Benefits and features

Different crushing programs depending on the type of aggregate to be crushed
Low consumption thanks to a single motor system driving the shredding and screening functions
Low acoustic emissions meaning it can be operated within a residential area
Practically zero dust emissions, thanks to the slow speed of the rotating parts
Very low wear of components
Low maintenance costs (patented teeth replacement systems)
Ease of maintenance thanks to the generous distance between the two screening surfaces (600 mm)
Only one operator is needed to operate the machine as it is fully automated
Radio remote-control of all functions
Compact overall dimensions for in gauge transport
Track-mounted for maximum mobility on rough terrain
Low load distributed on the tracks
Hydraulic adjustment of size of material produced (patented system)
High productivity and low consumption levels thanks to the electric motorisation
Constant screening yield irrespective of the conditions of the working environment thanks to the electric motorisation
Possibility to provide electric power on site

Technical Specifications

Type of crusher “Shredder” FTR 1000
Dimension of crusher 1000 x 900 mm
Type of screen CVV 032 2P
Screen surface 3200 x 1000 mm
Hopper surface 3,00 x 2,00 m
Hopper capacity 2,85 m3
Max hourly production 160 t/h
Generating set 121 (164) kW (HP)
Width 2,50 m
Length in transport 11,20 m
Height in transport 3,10 m
Total weight 24.500 kg

Options

Hopper Extension H=500 L=700
Fuel tank filling pump
G.P.S.
Over belt coverage
Plant dust abatement with pump
Customized painting

Video

CENTAURO recycling asphalt slabs from camssrl on Vimeo.