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Hazemag AP-PMH 2030 Primary Impact Crusher manufactured in 2007 but still unused and stored in the original crates. Ideally suited to crush medium-hard quarry materials down to a product size of 0-6 inches (97% -4”) in a single pass. Rated at 1600 stph for ROM limestone feed material with natural size distribution of 0-47” x 47” x 47” and a 5% moisture content. IronPlanet cannot generate a NAFTA Certificate for this unit. Buyers from Mexico and Canada should check with their export agent to determine if any additional fees apply.

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