Concrete Crushers for Sale

Lower costs. Better efficiency. Increased performance.

So, you’re on the hunt for concrete crushers up for grabs? You can see our wide range of mini crushers to larger tracked concrete crushers for sale at VYKIN. With an average ROI of 4 months with compact crushers and saving on material costs, it’s no wonder everyone from demolition contractors to small business is turning their attention towards maximizing efficiency ad cost-savings in material processing. While most options on the market are mainly massive machines that start at $500,000+ or more, there are smaller options available that start at just $33,500 entry models. So, if you’re looking to break into the industry, smaller entry level crushers are more feasible for contractors or small business to justify and quicker to see an ROI from processing just a few truckloads every month. We will guide you through everything you need to know about securing the best deal on concrete crushers.

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Comprehensive List of New Concrete Crushers for Sale at VYKIN Crushers


Types of Concrete Crushers Available

So, when you’re ready to tackle that concrete, remember you’ve got a variety of options at your fingertips. Lots of them. The most common types of concrete crushers are jaw crushers, impact crushers, and cone crushers. Every one of them shines in its own way and has areas where it could do better.

Jaw crushers are the go-to for primary crushing. These bad boys are straightforward, won’t let you down, and make breaking up big chunks of concrete look like a piece of cake. Impact crushers, on the other hand, are better suited for secondary crushing. Impactors use high-speed impact to essentially explode concrete into smaller, more uniform pieces (and likewise have more maintenance associated with them). And then we get to cone crushers, perfect for when you’re aiming for that fine touch in your aggregates and stepping into tertiary crushing territory.

Choosing the Right Crusher for Your Application and Project

It will largely depend on your application, raw material, starting size, desired final size(s), and overall budget range. Are you looking to recycle concrete on-site? Or do you need to produce a specific size of aggregate for a construction project?

Consider factors like the size and type of material you’ll be crushing, your desired output size, and your production requirements. If you need to move your crusher from site to site, a portable or mobile crusher might be the way to go.

Benefits and Cost-Savings of Owning Quality Crushing Equipment

Investing in quality crushing equipment can pay off big time in the long run. With this setup, not only will crushing concrete become a breeze, but you’ll also see your downtime and maintenance costs take a dive. And here’s the kicker – snag yourself the perfect crusher, and you’re not just crunching rocks; you’re crafting a top-notch final product tailored to your exact needs.

According to a report by Grand View Research, the global crushing and screening equipment market is expected to reach $9.3 billion by 2027. That’s a lot of concrete being crushed.

Exploring the Different Models of Rock and Concrete Crushers Available

Jaw Rock Crushers Overview

Jaw rock crushers are the workhorses of the crushing world. They’re tough, reliable, and can handle just about anything you throw at them (literally). The jaw crusher works by compressing rock between two surfaces, one fixed and one moving. As the moving jaw closes, it crushes the rock and reduces it in size.

Jaw crushers are perfect for primary crushing of hard, abrasive materials like granite, basalt, and sandstone. They can handle large feed sizes and produce a fairly uniform output. Plus, they’re relatively simple to operate and maintain.

Cone Crushers for Enhanced Crushing Efficiency

When it comes to crushing it in the secondary and tertiary stages, cone crushers are everyone’s top pick. They work by compressing rock between a rotating cone and a fixed bowl liner. As the cone rotates, it crushes the rock and reduces it in size.

Cone crushers really shine when it comes to smashing things up efficiently and consistently delivering top-notch results; they’re also relatively compact and can be easily integrated into existing crushing circuits. Some popular models include the Powerscreen 1000 Maxtrak and the 1300 Maxtrak.

Impact Crushers for Versatile Applications and Pros VS Cons

Impact crushers are real go-getters in the world of machinery, perfectly at home doing the heavy lifting as both primary and secondary crushers. Impactors work by using high-speed impact to explode rock and concrete into smaller sized pieces. Material is fed into the crusher and is struck by rapidly moving blow bars or hammers, which shatter and reduce the material in size.

Impact crushers are ideal for processing gummy material like asphalt in hotter climates, as well as softer materials like limestone and dolomite or recycled concrete. Impactors are also necessary if you need to produce a cubical final product to meet DOT specification for municipal or government projects. Some popular models include the Powerscreen XH320SR and the XH500.

Your Go-To Source for Crushing Equipment: VYKIN Crushers

Exclusive Features of VYKIN Crushers

When it comes to crushing equipment, at VYKIN Crushers we have a wide range of compact crushing and screening equipment to choose from. Our crushers are affordable and come with easy remote control operation.

Take the VYKIN 25-JC Mobile Mini Jaw Concrete Crusher, for example. The VYKIN 8-JC model is compact crusher designed for small-to-medium sized jobs with a production capacity of up 25 Tons/Hour and a wide jaw opening of 19″ x 12″ jaw opening, with a built-in diesel engine and tracks for easy transport.

Advantages of Buying Direct from VYKIN

When you buy direct from VYKIN Crushers, you’re getting a competitively priced product, an extra 2-years of wear parts included, and free freight shipping. With spare parts in inventory ready to be shipped and support just a call away, you can be sure you’ll have maximum uptime. ensure more than just a crusher.

Plus, when you buy direct, you can be sure you’re getting a genuine VYKIN product. No imitations, no knock-offs, just the real deal. When you go with VYKIN, their dedication to top-notch quality and pushing the envelope in innovation means you’re investing in a crusher that’s built to impress for years down the line.

Maximizing Your Investment with a Completely Portable Crushing and Screening Plant

The Role of Screeners to Create Multiple Products in Material Processing

If you need to produce multiple product sizes or to create a specific desired product, screeners will be an essential piece of equipment in your crushing operation. They do the heavy lifting by sorting crushed materials into various sizes, which lets you whip up a consistently awesome final product every time. Screeners are as diverse as they come, ranging from compact, easy-to-move models all the way up to big, permanent setups.

Using a screener really cranks up the efficiency of your crushing operation, letting you get more done without working any harder. You can control your final product quality and ensure that each piece is processed by the right crusher by separating out the different sizes of material and reduce wear on your equipment and improve overall throughput.

Enhancing Productivity with Portable Shredders as an Alternative

Portable shredders are a alternative to crushing tools. With their larger shafts and inlet opening, they can tackle the tough stuff, breaking down those big, unwieldy chunks of concrete slabs, asphalt pieces, and bits from demolitions into smaller bites that are easier to handle.

Portable shredders are incredible versatility and can be easily transported from site to site, allowing you to process material right where it’s generated.

IronClad Assurance for Peace of Mind Purchases

Buying a crusher can be a big investment, but with IronPlanet’s IronClad Assurance, you can buy with confidence because they offer a inspection report, photos, and a guarantee on every crusher sold.

So whether you’re buying a used crusher or machine on IronPlant, you can rest assured that you’re getting exactly what you paid for and if for any reason you’re not satisfied with your purchase, IronPlanet will make it right.

Tips on Buying Crushers Privately or Through Auctions

If you’re in the market for a used crusher, you will have a few different options available. You can buy privately from a dealer or manufacturer, or you can purchase through an auction like IronPlanet or Ritchie Bros Auctioneers.

When buying privately, be sure to do your research and work with a reputable dealer. Look all the technical specifications and demo videos available for the model you’re interested in, and see if you can come in for a demo to see the piece of equipment in action.

If you’re buying through an auction, be sure to inspect the crusher thoroughly before bidding and look for wear & tear, maintenance or service records, and factor in transportation costs when budgeting for your purchase.


Key Takeaway: 

Find the perfect concrete crusher for your needs by determining your application, raw material, starting size, and desired final size(s). Whether it’s jaw crushers for primary crushing, cone crushers for fine aggregates, or impact crushers for versatile applications—investing in quality equipment boosts efficiency and product quality.


The world of concrete crushers is vast but filled with opportunities waiting just around the corner to reduce disposal costs associated with waste material and re-purchasing new aggregate material, to re-use on job sites, or offer on-site crushing services. As we’ve seen today, whether it’s jaw rock crushers or portable shredders making headlines, what truly matters is how well they align with your specific needs.

Concrete crushers for sale aren’t just transactions; they’re partnerships between technology and ambition where every crushed stone lays another block toward building tomorrow’s landscapes. So here’s my parting thought – let those old myths about heavy machinery intimidate others while you make informed decisions leading to tangible progress.

What type of crusher is best for concrete?

The optimal choice for crushing concrete is either a mobile jaw crusher or a mobile impact crusher. Impactors do well because of  its ability to process materials of varying sizes and compositions, making it highly versatile. Mobile crushers can be easily relocated for on-site processing and reducing transportation costs associated with waste material.

How much does an aggregate crusher cost?

The cost of an aggregate crusher varies significantly based on its size, capacity, and the specific type required for your industry’s needs. Prices can range from $15,000 for a small mobile unit to over $2 million for a large stationary model suitable for extensive mining or quarry operations. Factors such as production rate, material hardness, and the inclusion of advanced technology features also influence the final price.

What is a concrete crushing machine called?

A concrete crushing machine is commonly called a “concrete crusher.” These machines are either stationary, mobile track mounted, or portable on wheels; and come in 3 main types — jaw crushers, impact crushers, and cone crushers.

How to buy a crusher?

Determine your specific needs based on the industry—be it building, recycling, agriculture, or quarrying. Assess the material types and volume you intend to crush. Research crushers that match your requirements regarding capacity, size reduction ratio, and maintenance needs. Consider both new and used options; new for the latest technology and warranties, used for cost savings. Consult with manufacturers or dealers to understand features and support services. Evaluate the total cost of ownership including purchase price, operating costs, and potential resale value to makee an informed decision.

Small Concrete Crushers & Micro Aggregate Plants​

VYKIN engineers created micro concrete crushers, micro screeners, and micro screen plants to give small and mid-sized contractors the ability to duplicate the functions of a full-scale aggregate processing plant. In this post, we’ll look at what each of the VYKIN concrete crushing equipment does and how they work.

Micro Concrete Crushers

Micro crushers take large boulders of raw materials and break them up into smaller more manageable pieces. Two of the most common rock crushers used in aggregate processing are impact crushers and jaw crushers. VYKIN makes small-sized jaw crushers for contractors new to aggregate processing and mid-sized jaw crushers for larger job applications.

Jaw crushers, whether small or midsize, work by squeezing raw materials between two plates fixed to a V-shaped chamber. Similar to how your jaw moves when you chew food, only one of the plates moves in the crushing chamber which causes rocks to be squeezed against the other plate that remains stationary. When the rocks reach the desired size, they fall through a gap at the bottom of the crushing chamber.

Impact crushers produce aggregate very differently than jaw crushers. The raw material is loaded into the machine’s opening. From there it falls down into a chamber where a set of blow bars are rotating very quickly. The raw materials are crushed by the impact of being thrown against the wall of the machine by the blow bars. Aggregates produced by impact crushers are smaller and more consistently shaped.


Screening plants are used to separate different sizes of raw and crushed rock. They can be used in standalone applications to sort topsoil or dirt. When used in a micro aggregate plant, screeners catch the crushed rock produced by crushing equipment.

The Senya SP1 Screen Plant has three main parts, an engine that creates vibrations, screens that sift rock particles, and a catching area.When the rocks come out of the crusher it falls onto a vibrating screen that sifts the smaller pieces. The remaining pieces travel along the screener until it reaches the catching area.


Micro conveyors are set up at the end of a crusher to save time by loading aggregate materials directly into the bucket of a skid steer or the back of a dump truck. Our micro conveyors are made with angled indlers and a cleated belt which allows them to move the same amount of product in half the length of traditional conveyors. We have 23’ conveyors and 28’ conveyors.

Small Concrete Crushers For Sale

Small and medium-sized contractors can replicate the functions of a full-sized aggregate processing plant with VYKIN micro crushers, micro screeners, and micro conveyors. Each piece of equipment is made to help you have a safe, cost-effective, and productive experience producing aggregate materials.

Head over to our website to learn more about the different aggregate processing machines we offer. Have questions? We’re here for you! Give us a call at (844) 440-0266 or email [email protected] to reach one of our experts.

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