6 Rockster impact crushers R700S for Pikitup
Beginning of this year, James Kamau, the new Rockster dealer for South Africa sold 6 impactors R700S to PIKITUP, Johannesburg's official waste management service provider. Pikitup services the entire 1 625km² (the area ofJohannesburg), keeping the city clean and preserving an attractive and hygienic environment for residents and tourists.
They use Rockster crushers to produce recyclate, which is later on used in roads construction and other carbon-based materials. Landfills are minimized since they want to encourage the practice of on-site recycling and immediate re-use of the final end-product. Additionally, transport costs and associated pollutants are reduced.
MFANGANO and Rockster offer the necessary technology and know-how to reach these sectors. “Mfangano has trained Pikitup operators and keeps spare parts available at its premises. These measures prevent avoidable downtime and allow Pikitup to manage our building rubble and green waste more effectively,” says Christa Venter of Pikitup.
High quality crushing on limited space
The Rockster R700S mobile impact crusher was specially developed for jobsites with limited space, as is typically the case for metropolitan municipalities. “Precisely defined final product has been another argument for purchasing a Rockster crusher. The hydrostatic drive allows a continuous adjustment of the crusher speed and therefore guarantees an optimal productionww of the final product. Furthermore the hydrostatic drive has no wear compared to usual clutch systems,” James Kamau says.