Construction waste crushing plant

Construction Waste

Construction waste is mainly generated during the construction of various projects, and it is made up of surplus materials from site clearance, excavation, construction, refurbishment, renovation, demolition and road construction. Generally speaking, construction waste can be divided into two types, that is, inert construction waste and non-inert construction waste. Non-inert construction waste, which accounts for around 20% of the total construction waste, is mainly composed of bamboo, timber, vegetation, packaging waste and other organic materials, etc. Some of these materials can be recycled while others are disposed of at landfills. Inert construction waste, on the contrary, mainly involves building debris, rubble, earth, asphalt and concrete aggregate, which can be used for land formation. Besides, materials such as concrete and asphalt can be recycled for construction use as well.

Construction Waste Recycling

Construction waste recycling refers to the separation and recycling of reusable waste materials generated during the construction of various projects. Potentially reusable materials include packaging materials, scraps and debris, etc. Besides, appliances, masonry materials, doors and windows are can be recycled for other uses.

Construction Waste Crusher

Construction waste is usually crushed into appropriate sizes in the crushing plant. The whole process is as follows: First, construction waste will be sent to the jaw crusher for primary crushing, and then to impact crusher for secondary crushing. In addition, in order to get fine particles, the construction waste will enter into the cone crusher. Finally, the construction waste has to go through the vibrating screen in order to sieve out the suitable particle sizes.

Construction Waste Processing

Construction waste like gravel and concrete can be reused as building materials after crushing. The waste can be crushed only after you have collected metal from the construction aggregate. A full set of crushing plant is composed of jaw crusher, belt conveyor, and vibrating screen. Mobile crusher(also called portable crusher) is usually chosen to crush stone materials due to its convenience and high performance.

Advantages of Construction Waste Crushing Plant

On the one hand, the Construction Waste Crusher India not only solves disposal of a large number of concrete waste and reduces the consequent negative impact of waste disposal on environment, but also saves a lot of clean-up cost at the same time. On the other hand, it can also reduce the exploitation of natural gravel.

Our construction waste crushing plant integrates screening, crushing, iron removal and dust removal as a whole, which have such features as harmlessness, minimization, resourceful treatment, etc. Its capacity is ranging from 40t/h to 300t/h. Among all these capacities, crusher construction waste 100 t h is the most commonly used.

Classification of Construction Waste Crushers

The construction waste crusher can be divided into stationary type and mobile type. The stationary crushing plant requires a specific field, so you need to transport the construction waste to the crushing site to conduct crushing operation. The mobile construction waste crushing plant integrates all the crushing and screening equipment into one or two wheeled or crawler transportation platform, which can be flexibly tracked to the site for crushing operation.