There is really no differnence from having it on concrete or sand. If the concrete is sitting on top of the ground where you propose to lay it and the ground moves or sinks the concrete will still move unless you plan on excavating the site and putting down foundations for concrete slab that the tank will sit on, which is alot of money and overkill for a 1000L tank.
The Terex Finlay I-140RS shapes the future through innovation. This new generation impact crusher with redefined style and advanced technological design gives improved material flow and production capabilities in quarrying, mining, demolition and recycling applications.
I need some advice, Mobile Jaw or Impact crusher. We recycle concrete/bricks etc for about 6 years, We ran Komatsu 380 Jaw crushers and it worked well I sold this unit 12months ago.I'm Looking to start crushing again and a few blokes have been saying mobile impact crushers are the go in stead of the jaw,I would like to buy a machine around 30 ton mark any coments.
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