Rockster’s Commitment to Sustainability on Display at Bauma
Published: 19/3, 2019
Rockster’s R1100DS, its most powerful mobile impact crusher with the state-of-the-art emission technology, will be showcased at bauma 2019. Along with innovative systems (e.g., duplex operation; double-functional return/stockpile belt), the machine is now equipped with a CAT C9.3B EUR5 engine. “We have chosen CAT Stage V engine in order to reduce fuel consumption, as well as optimize after-treatment of the exhaust gases,” explains Rockster CEO Wolfgang Kormann.
Another development debuting at bauma is Rockster’s Machine Monitoring System (MMS), now available for all mobile crushers. Users can find operational and location data about their machine via smartphone, tablet, or notebook computer. The MMS also enables remote maintenance, which minimizes any possible downtime. Rockster’s exhibit will also feature the mobile 2-deck RSS410 scalping screen. Offering the longest screen box in the compact screening segment, the RSS410 can be used to 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 in to three final grains. In addition, the RSS410 can be used for separating coal, metal, and topsoil. That’s not all. Rockster is also exhibiting the RST18 track-mounted stacker, which features a 18.2m belt. The stacker makes it possible to increase daily production capacity while at the same time reduce material handling costs. It is available in four different lengths, from 15m to 30m, and is available with Stage IIIa to Stage V engines. These and other innovations will be on display inside Hall B2, Booth 214, and in the outdoor area in Booths 12B/2 and 12B/6 (near Gate 7).