Since its founding in 2004, ROCKSTER has developed two patented systems for mobile crushers. This month, during BAUMA, the mobile impact crusher R1100DS will be displayed. The machine combines both patented innovative systems (DUPLEX and double-functional return/stockpile belt) and as of 2019 it will be equipped with a CAT C9.3B EUR5 engine. This will offer customers the latest state-of-the-art technology.
Wolfgang Kormann, CEO of ROCKSTER, emphasized, “When choosing our drive concept, we consider the performance-optimized consumption, which can be distinguished from conventional drive types (time consumption). Our experience has shown over the years that with our variable drive system, the consumption optimization can be up to 13 percent. This is another step how the use of the latest technology contributes toward the future with reduced emissions. We have chosen [the] CAT Stage V engine in order to reduce fuel consumption, as well as optimize after-treatment of the exhaust gases.”
Another new development presented for the first time at the BAUMA is a “Machine Monitoring System (MMS),” which will be available for all mobile crushers beginning in 2019. ROCKSTER customers can query any time, from anywhere, via smartphone, tablet or notebook the relevant or selected information about their machine. The MMS also offers the possibility of remote maintenance, which minimizes any possible downtime. It is controlled by a multifunction color display with scratch-resistant touch user interface.
Also displayed, the mobile two-deck scalping screen RSS410 offers the longest screenbox in the compact screening segment and can be used either as an individual machine or to produce three final grain sizes. It can be utilized as a pre-screen before the crusher for the production of two additional defined grains, or as a final screening unit after the crusher to separate the crushed product into three final grains. In addition to the efficient separation of natural stone and building materials, the RSS410 can be used for the separation of coal, metal and topsoil as well. Beside various scalping screens, ROCKSTER also has in its product line tracked mobile two- or three-deck finishing screens and track-mounted or wheeled trommel screens. Engines from Stage IIIa to Stage V are available for these machines.
To complement the impact crusher and the scalping screen, ROCKSTER is also exhibiting the track-mounted stacker RST18 with a belt length of 18.2 m. It is available in four different lengths, from 15 to 30 meters, and can be obtained with Stage IIIa to Stage V engines. The use of the stacker makes it possible to increase daily production capacity while at the same time reduce material handling costs. As a result, the return of investment may be achieved within six months.