Wastech Engineering Launches Crusher Range

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Wastech Engineering Launches Crusher Range

May 24, 2020

Partnering with a World leading brand of stationary and semi-mobile crushing solutions provider, Pilot Crushtec International, Wastech Engineering will now offer their equipment in Australia.

Pilot Crushtec is Southern Africa’s leading supplier of quarrying and mining equipment and was founded in 1990. Since then it has expanded the range to include jaw crushers, cone crushers, vertical shaft impact (VSI) crushers, horizontal shaft impact (HSI) crushers, screens, conveyors, lighting towers and dust suppression systems.

Initially, the Australian product offering will begin with the Pilot Crushtec static Horizontal Shaft Impact Crusher (HSI) range and Vertical Shaft Impact (VSI).  The product range will then be expanded over the coming months to include modular plants which can crush and screen up to 30 tonnes/hr, numerous screen options and crushing equipment including various static VSI’s and HSI’s.

The small impact crushers require minimal set-up and are ideal for stationary and mobile crushing plants. These crushers are suitable for use in primary and secondary hard rock crushing applications of mixed demolition debris, crushed or broken concrete, asphalt, river pebbles and blasted rocks. Additionally, the machines can also be used for glass crushing.

For full specifications on the entire Pilot Crushtec range, please visit www.pilotcrushtec.com

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