RED RHINO 3000 / 5000



  • Recommended maximum material size : 500mm x 215mm x length.
  • Trailer mounted with diesel engine. Overall weight is approximately 2.8 tonne.
  • Crushes up to 15 tonnes per hour depending upon loading facilities and end product size. Finished product size can range from 100mm down to 10mm.
  • Recommended loading using a 3T digger.

Operating Guidance:

How to achieve the best performance from your Red Rhino Crusher:-

The maximum output rate will vary according to:-

  • The method and type of equipment used for loading.
  • The size of material you are curhsing down to (100mm-10mm) maximum tonage per hour will only be achieved at largest setting.
  • The type and size of material being crushed.
  • The type and amount of contaminants loaded into the crusher in error.

Hire Proceedure

If you contact us regarding a hire our standard proceedure is that we would ask you for your email address so that we could forward you a quotation stating all charges involved. If you then wish to proceed with this hire , as we operate under the guidelines of the Construction Plant Association, the information we would require prior to any hire would be:-

  • Your name and address (business name)
  • The site address and postcode (for delivery of the equipment) – so that we can calculate any travelling distance.
  • Payment via the banking system if we have not dealt with yourselves before.
  • Two forms of I.D. perhaps a current utility bill/driving licence.
  • We would forward to you a proforma invoice with charges as agreed and our banking details.

Quick Tips

  • Use the same loading operator – only familiarity with loading with achieve the maximum tonnage per hour.
  • Position excavator (3T is recommended for use with this Crusher) higher to allow clear line of site into the jaws .
  • Use a maximum 18″ bucket – this can also be used to gauge and pre-sort the material.
  • Choose the appropriate jaw setting – if crushing 50mm slabs the jaws must be set to less than 50mm to avoid slabs falling through and obstructing the belt.
  • Save up oversized material, and manipulate these into the jaws one at a time (or break these up with bucket or breaker)
  • Load down the slop of the hopper directly in-line with the jaw – best tonnage will only be achieved with a little but often technique.  Do not be temped to overload the hopper or jaw as this will slow down your overlal production.
  • Spend 10 minutes passing on these tips to any new operator.
  • Only load material into the crusher which will not cause blockages, damage conveyor belt or contaminate your aggregate.
  • If you want 20mm product, it may be faster to crush everything to 100mm and then feed the hopper with your 100mm product.


Deeleys, The Stables,
Chorley Place Farm,
Ford Lane, Chorley,
Lichfield, WS13 8BY

Contact Info

Carl: 07831 627909
Louise: 07973 637231
Office: 01543 682361