Pulverizers IFP and IRP Series
By using the latest technologically advanced materials, such as special extra-strength HARDOX® steel alloys, Indeco pulverizers are specifically designed to withstand high levels of pressure, wear and abrasion, and prolonged use regardless of jobsite conditions.
Exploiting the best in Indeco’s advanced technological know how, the Indeco IFP fixed and IRP rotating pulverizers were designed and created following the top quality guidelines already used in manufacturing our famous hydraulic breakers. By using the latest technologically advanced materials, such as special extra-strength HARDOXŽ steel alloys, Indeco pulverizers are specifically designed to withstand high levels of pressure, wear and abrasion, and prolonged use regardless of jobsite conditions. IRP rotating pulverizers are perfect not only for the primary demolition of buildings, vertical structures, flooring, slabs and external walls. The IFP fixed versions are perfect for the secondary demolition of reinforced concrete materials and structures, and for recycling after separating the concrete from the steel rods.
The unique shape of Indeco pulverizers is a design feature created specifically to reduce the variation in the force required between the start (maximum opening) and the finish (minimum opening) so as to increase efficiency and continuity, and to reduce both working times and stress transmitted to the excavator. The hydraulic system is equipped with a “regeneration valve” which enables the mobile jaw to be closed more quickly under no-load conditions, in order to apply all of the force available only when pulverising material, thus increasing productivity.
Other key features which keep Indeco pulverizers efficient in the long term: the adjustability of the distance between the cutters located inside the jaws, so that steel rods inside reinforced concrete can be cut more efficiently; the interchangeable teeth on the mobile jaw (welded onto a bolt-on plate and secured with special latches) for optimal penetration of the material being demolished.