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The new Rustler R3 portable concrete batch plant now is available with a three-bin option

April 01, 2008
The new Rustler R3 portable concrete batch plant now is available with a three-bin option. The new portable plant stores three aggregates in line, and its configuration, says Terex, is built nearly to the same dimensions as the standard two-bin design, so the three-bin R3 does not sacrifice storage capacities. Winged bolt-on bin extensions for the sides, ends and center quickly fold inward and to the sides of the frame to eliminate “loose loads” when transporting. In the three-bin configuration, the plant’s hydraulically self-erecting silo is designed for set up within 30 minutes, and cement is channeled from the silo to the discharge head via high-speed augers.

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