Nierlich chooses Rockster

By Steve Skinner15 February 2010

Rockster R900 impact crusher processes mixed materials across multiple sites.

Austrian contractor Nierlich, a company concentrating on recycling construction debris as well as processing virgin stone, has upgraded its crushing system through the purchase of a Rockster R900 impact crusher.

Company owner Gunther Nierlich said, "Due to our growing material accumulation of construction debris and virgin stone, our existing machinery no longer provided an efficient solution. In our company, flexibility always comes first and we therefore wanted a machine that could guarantee easy transportation as well as offering flexibility on site to process materials such as asphalt, concrete, rubble and virgin stone.

"The Rockster R900 successfully combines these qualities in a single machine and has enabled us to carry out large and small duties efficiently," he said.

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