At NorX, we are equipped with the expertise and knowledge to handle a wide range of rock crushers, including servicing different makes and models. Our specialization is in repairing large machines, as well as selling and renting the equipment you need for your next project. With our top-quality rock crushing equipment, you can ensure reliable performance and maximize productivity.

Mobile Plants: Unmatched Mobility and Efficiency

Track Mobile Plants

Track mobile plants offer the perfect balance between mobility and uptime for demanding rock crushing operations. These plants can be quickly deployed over vast areas without leaving a significant footprint. Operating a tracked plant is relatively straightforward, requiring minimal experience and eliminating the need for conveyor transfers.

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Wheeled Mobile Plants

Wheeled plants provide the flexibility of a fixed crushing operation with the added advantage of mobility. These plants can be easily transported to multiple locations on site, utilizing conveyors or haul trucks to move materials to and from the screens. Regardless of the area or infrastructure, wheeled plants excel in various environments.

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Rock Crushers: Breaking Rocks with Precision

Rock crushers play a crucial role in preparing aggregate materials for construction projects. These powerful machines efficiently break down materials into smaller, more manageable pieces for use as foundations and fillers. The type of rock crusher equipment required varies based on the project’s needs and the materials being processed. At NorX, we offer a diverse selection of rock crushers to meet your specific requirements.

Gyratory Crushers

Gyratory crushers utilize a spinning cone to break rocks apart. They excel in mining and quarrying operations, capable of handling large chunks of rock. Primary gyratory crushers are the initial step in breaking down rock, while secondary gyratory crushers further reduce rock particle size.

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Cone Crushers

Cone crushers employ a curved cone-shaped surface to break down rock. They are renowned for their ability to handle large rocks, produce smaller particle sizes, and adapt to various rock types.

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Jaw Crushers

Jaw rock crushers efficiently crush rocks and boulders into smaller pieces. These crushers are ideal for quarries and construction sites, capable of handling large rocks with ease. Jaw rock crushers boast high efficiency and rapid production of high-quality aggregate.

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HSI/VSI Crushers

Impact crushers, such as horizontal shaft impactors (HSI) and vertical shaft impactors (VSI), utilize kinetic energy to crush rocks. By colliding rocks against each other, impact crushers break them down into smaller pieces. These crushers are commonly used in quarries and recycling operations, producing fine rock powder and accommodating a wide range of rock types.

Rock Screens: Efficiently Filter and Sort Materials

Horizontal Screens

Horizontal screens serve as the final screening stage, filtering rock and materials through longer, thorough vibrations. They allow for the processing of smaller rocks into finer materials using varying screen sizes. Robust construction and adequate horsepower ensure optimal performance and durability.

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Inclined Screens

Inclined screens efficiently process large volumes of materials, making them ideal for material processing stages. These screens leverage gravity to push rock and materials through the system. Designed with cost-effective materials and lighter engines, inclined screens offer reliable performance in various applications.

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Wash Equipment: Enhancing Material Purity

Dewatering Screens

Dewatering screens remove moisture from aggregate materials, ensuring low moisture content for natural or manufactured aggregates. By eliminating deleterious materials, dewatering screens optimize product quality.

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Screws & Log Washers

Screws and log washers, part of rotary wash equipment, employ screws to move rock and materials onto conveyors and through the washing system. Log washers use a rotating drum to wash the aggregate mixture, facilitating effective cleaning.

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Washing tanks and filtering systems separate aggregate by size and gravity, promoting material blending and creating specific products. Trough systems blend materials like sand and facilitate excess material handling.

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UFRs capture loose small particles during the aggregate production process, ensuring the highest quality product. By minimizing wear on other processing equipment and reducing energy consumption, UFRs enhance rock crushing operations.

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Additional Equipment for Enhanced Efficiency


Conveyors are the backbone of any aggregate production system, efficiently moving materials between locations. They minimize manual labor, increase efficiency, and scale with production demands. Our range includes belt conveyors, screw conveyors, and pneumatic conveyors tailored to your needs.

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Feeders provide a consistent flow of materials to crushers, ensuring continuous operation at maximum capacity. Grizzly feeders, pan feeders, and belt feeders each offer unique specialties for various materials and production volumes, preventing interruptions and clogs.

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Rock Breakers

Rock breakers transform large rocks into smaller, workable pieces, such as gravel or dust. Primarily used in the initial stages of rock crushing, they handle brittle materials like rock, ore, slag, and refractories. Consider the material size and processing volume when selecting a rock breaker.

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