Metso Outotec launches a new mobile impact crusher to the Nordtrack range
Metso Outotec announced it is adding a new impact crusher to its Nordtrack mobile crushing and screening range, targeting especially smaller-sized applications and jobsites in the construction and demolition waste recycling segment.
The Nordtrack™ I1011 mobile impactor has compact dimensions and a powerful, high-performance crusher, ideally suited for contractors and rental work. Equipped with a large hanging screen, it combines high crushing capacity with calibrated end product accuracy.
The versatile Nordtrack I1011 crusher is suitable for working in different jobsites from rock crushing to concrete and demolition waste recycling. It is transported on a standard trailer, making it cost-effective and quick to move between sites. Thanks to its agility, moving the equipment in tight places inside the jobsites is easy. With Metso Outotec’s service support and global inventory of parts like different blow bar options, Nordtrack I1011 is a dependable choice for contractors and as a rental machine.
- We have listened to the feedback from our customers and are happy to offer this newest addition to our Nordtrack range. The launch of Nordtrack I908S was very successful, and consequently we have been asked for a bigger mobile impactor unit,” says Vesa Tuloisela, who heads the Nordtrack product offering at Metso Outotec. “
- The I1011 has a more powerful crusher and engine, resulting in a capacity as high as 300 tph. As a mobile crusher it also is well suited for the recycling of demolition and concrete waste, or reclaimed asphalt, he continues.
Nordtrack I1011 will be launched in Metso Outotec’s Nordtrack Liveroom, which is a 360° digital event experience platform. Liveroom features 3D demonstrations of the Nordtrack range as well as a wealth of information on the aftermarket offering.
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