The Barford 750J is a compact jaw crusher with some features that make it ideal for working in built up areas, or moving from site to site.
This crusher has a pair of 28" by 20" hydraulic jaws that are reversible. So if you get any material stuck in between them, you aren't going to have to break down the machine. You can just put the jaws in reverse for a bit to release whatever is stuck in between them, and carry on working.
It's got a 60hp motor, but is also dual power, so if you want, you can run this machine entirely off a mains connection. This is going to be great for conserving fuel or if you're working in a built up area and need to keep noise down.
The 750J has a vibrating feeder that pushes material along at a nice constant speed. It also has a feed sensor to control the material flow if it's getting too quick for the machine. Overall, this provides a consistent flow which makes the machine crush really well.
This machine is great for crushing concrete, which you can see in the video below, but it's also ideal for processing asphalt, demolition materials, and recycling waste. If you are crushing something like CMD that might have metal or rebar in it, there's an overband magnet above the main exit conveyor, so you aren't going to damage a screener or impact crusher that might be working after the machine, by throwing a piece of metal at it.
What's really impressive about this machine is its size and weight. It weighs less than 20 tons and has a transport width of less than 8 feet. That means it can fit inside a standard 40' container while still having some really respectable crushing power. This is great if you need to get your crusher into sites in built up areas, or just generally move your machine around a lot.
It's also on tracks, so with the help of the umbilical remote that's attached to the machine, you can drive it straight on or off a trailer and be crushing within 15 minutes of getting to a site. As well as the wired remote, there is also an optional wireless remote that can be used to control the jaws, so if you're loading this machine from an excavator, you can also control it right from the cabin.
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The 750J crushes best with hard, brittle materials like concrete, stone, granite, or CMD. We also have different types and sizes of machines for every application. You can download our crushing range comparison guide here.
This Barford crusher can crush material that is up to 28"x20", down to a range of sizes; from 1.5" to 4". The output size can be hydraulically controlled and changed to anywhere within this range. If you need a machine to crush down smaller or larger that this, we also have a range of machines to suit every application.
Depending on what size you want to crush down to, this machine will output somewhere in the region of 30 to 150 tons per hour. Different materials will change throughput and how the machine operates. If this is too much or too little we have machines that can crush to match your pace, just let us know what you need.
On average, our customers pay $4500-$5000 per month for this machine, on a 4 year plan with ~6% interest rate. Pricing varies depending on your credit and the term of the loan. Or you can simply purchase for $295,000 delivered direct, anywhere in the U.S. mainland