SMI Compact offering crushers and screening plants

September 3, 2019 -  By

Screen Machine Industries is now offering SMI compact crushers and screening plants. These machines are significantly smaller than the standard line crushers and screens — about one-fifth the size.

“We see huge potential for SMI Compact equipment, especially in urban areas where full-size crushing and screening machines are simply too large,” said Timothy Miller, director of new business development for SMI Compact. “We foresee these machines being very successful in the rental market, which is why we are now accepting applications from dealers throughout the U.S. who would like to get in on the ground floor of this great opportunity.”

The current SMI Compact line consists of the following models:

  • 20SJ Stationary 10-inch by 20-inch Jaw Crusher;
  • 90TS Tracked 3-foot by 8-foot Double Deck Screening Plant;
  • 10TJ Tracked 7-inch by 16-inch Jaw Crusher;
  • 20TJ Tracked 10-inch by 20-inch Jaw Crusher;
  • 10SJ Stationary 7-inch by 16-inch Jaw Crusher; and
  • 50TJ Tracked 16-inch by 28-inch Jaw Crusher.

The 50TJ, the largest machine in the line, weighs in at 26,000 pounds and requires a semitractor trailer for transport. The rest of the line can be moved with a heavy-duty pickup truck and transport trailer. They can be fed by hand or by a mini excavator or skid-steer loader.

“SMI Compact equipment is perfect for small job applications, like driveway replacements, concrete renovation and landscaping work,” Miller said. “They are easy to move, they have a small footprint and they are economical to run.”

The SMI Compact model numbers are indicative of their maximum production capability. The 50TJ is capable of processing up to 50 tons per hour, while the 20 and 10 models can do up to 20 and 10 tons per hour, respectively.

“SMI Compact machines are also durable,” Miller added. “They are built with high-quality steel and reputable components. While they might be compact in stature, they are large in terms of productivity and profitability potential.”

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