Making an impact - Portafill's new 7000IC

By Lindsay Gale02 August 2012

The 7000IC impact crusher from Portafill was launched at the recent Hillhead event

The 7000IC impact crusher from Portafill was launched at the recent Hillhead event

With a maximum throughput of 120 tonnes per hour, depending on the material being processed, Portafill's new 7000IC had been designed for ease of transport and use in confined sites.

According to business manager Malachy Rafferty, it is the first of a new range of crushers that will extend the company's existing ranges of screens and trommels. He went on: "I have been designing and manufacturing crushers and screens now for over 45 years but this is the first time I have introduced a compact crusher at Portafill. In the early days with Masterskreen, before the company was sold to Metso Minerals, I also designed a range of mobile crushers. Experience counts in this industry and I'd be confident that we can make a positive impact with our range of crushers.'

The 7000IC has been designed to meet the need for compact, cost-effective crushing. Its design allows for ease of transport without the need for permits and it can be shipped world-wide in a standard container. It can process materials such as concrete, brick, asphalt and stone.

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