GIPO jaw crushing systems are simple to transport and fast to set up. Both the C and FDR models are suited for recycling construction material and hard stone application. This highly universal machine can be operated from a wheel loader or excavator through an easy to use radio control system, making it ideal for any operations where a single operator may be required.
In addition to this built in remote, the 1185 is easy to transport and assemble. The versatility becomes another cornerstone attribute to this machines powerful jaws and engine, giving it a good reputation for multifaceted jobs.GET MORE INFORMATIONFINANCINGTECHNICAL SPECS
Application: Aggregate, Construction & demolition
Configuration: Mobile (Tracked)
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GIPO AG was founded in 1989 from the expertise of a long-standing mechanical shop, Emil Gisler AG, known as the first company to build a track-mounted crusher. Their purpose was to service the needs of the mobile crushing industry and combine the many years of experience gathered in the field on mobile and stationary crushing plants.
Everything from the track frames, to crush rotors, to screen decks are controlled in-house at their GIPO Seedorf plant in Switzerland, guaranteeing the quality control, innovation, and reliability of the GIPO brand.
With over 700 machines throughout 47 countries worldwide, GIPO has an established reputation in the industry, known for its innovation in track-mounted crushers. All their units are designed and constructed with ease of servicing and maintenance as a guiding principle.