Holiday Hours





We wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Healthy and Prosperous New Year!

We will be closed for the holidays on Dec. 24 & 25th, as well as, Jan 1st.

OPTIONAL Radial Stackers

*** CHECK THIS OUT!!!! We have UP to (3)THREE, (40′) FORTY foot long, RADIAL STACKING CONVEYORS, that can be plugged into the REBEL CRUSHER! Although NOT NEEDED, REBEL owners LOVE knowing if they want the option of “MONSTER” stockpiles, the REBEL CRUSHER has the POWER to make them RUN !!! There’s NOTHING you NEED, that the REBEL won’t DO!! IMPACT or JAW, OPEN or CLOSED CIRCUIT, 1 or 4 products, the REBEL CRUSHER is READY to TAKE ON whatever YOU NEED it to!!


jaw crusher, Rock Crusher, Concrete crusher, Stone crusher, Conveyor






Jaw Crusher, Conveyors, Impact Crusher, Stone Crusher








Jaw Crusher, Impact crusher, Stone Crusher, Rock, crusher, Stacking Conveyors

What is a Jaw Crusher?

What is a Jaw Crusher?

From sedimentary rock, granite, and basalts to concrete waste, glass, and other brittle materials, the overhead eccentric jaw crusher is the most widely utilized primary crushing system.

A jaw crusher is a compression machine. It consists of 2 corrugated jaw plates (dies), one fixed (stationary) and one that is movable.  The opening is wider at the top than the bottom.  Shot rock type material up to 90% of the jaw opening size is typically acceptable. With material like gravel, 80% size is encouraged. As material moves from the top of the chute to the bottom, it is crushed smaller and smaller until it finally passes through the opening at the bottom. You can change the size of the material by adjusting the final discharge setting of the jaw crusher.

Jaw crushers can be stand-alone, skid-mounted, or used on a variety of mobile and portable plants. They can be driven by an electric or hydraulic motor. They come in many sizes to fit a variety of applications.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Our offices will be closed for Christmas on 12/24-12/25/19. We will re-open on Thursday 12/26/19 at 8am.

For New Years, our offices will be closed on 1/1/20. We will re-open on Thursday 1/2/20 at 8am.


Bucket Crusher “Most Versatile” Crushing Glass Bottles for Recycling, Crushing Glass Bottles

Bucket Crusher Crushing Glass Bottles for recycling. Take a L👀k at what this impact crusher can do! The Crush-All is Made in America, with service and support that can’t be beat! Tell us what you think! See the video on YouTube. Subscribe to see all our latest videos 1st!

Have You Seen the Swing Screen

Having a little fun with the Swing Screen. Don’t forget to “SUBSCRIBE” to our channel!

Jaw Crusher “Made in America”! Jaw Crusher Service, why it’s important.

Why is American Made important?
Parts in stock and Service second to none!
The ULTIMATE crusher-screener! The REBEL CRUSHER (Jaw or Impact) is the largest crusher that is 50 states legal for transport.
For a factory Demonstration, come see us in Lancaster, SC! You’ll be IMPRESSED!!!


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How Does the Rebel Crusher Compare to the Other Machines on the Market?

Bob with Rebel Crusher takes a moment to compare the Rebel Crusher to the other machines out there. Take a moment to listen to what he has to say here.

Jaw Crusher Maintenance. Maintaining a Crusher. What is involved?

Maintenance is part of crushing. Listen in to what Bob with Rebel Crusher has to say on maintaining a Rebel Crusher.

We are here to answer your questions. Call or email us today!

803 416 5200 Opt 1 or sales (at) rrequipment (dot) com



 [00:00:10] Hey welcome back to Rebel crusher Bob. And we’re going to be answering some of your questions regarding recycling material concrete asshole crushing screening and so forth. And today we have a question from looks like Scott in Arizona and Scott’s question is. 


 [00:00:30] I’ve heard that crushers are high maintenance. And what do the where parts costs and how often do they need to be replaced. So it’s a unique question Scott. I appreciate that. I would say that in general. Yeah. There’s definitely some maintenance involved with crushing. Typically we’re looking at the where parts or the actual parts of the crusher that are impacted by the material. So if it’s an impact crusher it would be the blow bars. If it’s a jaw crusher it’s the jaw dies or jaw plates. And most of the crushers that are out in the market you can flip the parts and double the life out of them. So you know it is something that’s built in it’s kind of like rotating your tires. But in general most people that are crushing are making so much money that the costs of where parts is basically negligible. You know it’s not something that they’re focused on although it’s a great question. I would say it can be very expensive if your material has a significant amount of abrasive qualities in it maybe has a lot of steel in it. And we want to look at that. So we definitely want you to call us and we can discuss your particular needs. But overall I would say that if I’m just looking at it typically our rebel crusher jaw would have less wear in general because it’s a jaw crusher they typically wear less. So you get more life out of the wear parts and let’s say an impactor which is more of a high maintenance higher wear product but again it would be your particular needs we want to see what you’re doing. We need to make sure we’re providing you with the right solution and then we need to make sure that the where parts don’t eat you out of house and home. So it’s a great question. But overall you can imagine if you’re making let’s say five hundred one thousand dollars an hour where the crusher let’s say the rebel OK and you’re where parts are maybe you know I don’t know twenty five cents a ton or whatever we can we can run the numbers for you. It’s not going to be a big concern for you. Still a great question and give us a call so we can go over it more detail and just answer it accurately. OK. Thanks Scott. Have a good day. 

Budgeting for a Crusher? Should you Invest in a Crusher or Rent a Crusher?

Should you look at the overall budget or is it more important to focus on the return on your investment? Listen to what Bob with Rebel Crusher has to say on this important topic.


Hey welcome back to Rebel Crusher. I’m Bob and we’re going to be answering your questions about crushing material whether it’s concrete, asphalt, brick, any waste product. 


So, today it looks like we have Jennifer from Wisconsin and Jennifer’s question is I have a specific budget in mind, can you meet my budget?


Okay. Well we probably have a product that would meet your budget but more importantly Jen I would say are you getting the right machine? You know, what are your needs, right? You want to focus on not so much your budget but what’s the right machine’s going to make or save you money, right? At the end of the day it’s all about your return on your investment. Not necessarily the lowest investment, okay? It’s more about making sure that you get the right machine for your business, correct? So, whether that’s something that is huge, if you’ve got massive amounts of material or you need something really, really small because you’re just a homebuilder and from time to time you’re cleaning up a little bit of debris. The average person will gravitate towards the Rebel Crusher because it’s a medium size system, it’s affordable, it’s 50 states legal, weighs less than 20 tons, has a huge feed opening, makes beautiful products and that just gives you that versatility and mobility to do basically anything you want to do. 


Yes, it may be a little bit more than some other things out on the market but I would tend to focus rather than on a budget making sure that whatever investment you’re making makes sense for your business. Again, I’d focus on the ROI, the return on your investment. That’s what you want to look at, that’s how I would look at any machine I was purchasing. 


So, I hope that answers your question and feel free to call us with more details and everything about your business and we can dive right into that for you make sure we’re providing you with the right unit, okay? Thank you very much. 


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