ICM Solutions is your source for crushing and screening products. You’ll find everything you need for your crushing operation at ICM—including parts, service, rental, and financing. Learn more about the services and products ICM Crushing Systems offers below.
THE RIGHT TOOLS FOR THE JOB
ICM Solutions carries an extensive selection of new crushing screens and related products. Our inventory includes trailer- and track-mounted screens, trailer- and track-mounted crushers, field, hydraulic and radial stacking conveyors and bins, hoppers and feeders. Explore our inventory to view detailed specifications and other information about available products.
Whatever you’re looking for, you can count on our team for expert advice and exceptional service. We have a long history of developing meaningful relationships with clients in the aggregate and mining industries. Our team can help assess your needs, select the best equipment for your operation and connect you with a financing plan that makes growing your operation easy.
THE ADVANTAGES OF PURCHASING BRAND-NEW SCREENING AND CRUSHING EQUIPMENT FOR SALE?
Buying new crushing and screening products for your business will provide several advantages when compared to purchasing used items or renting. Understanding the constant pounding that these machines take, a new model will prove more reliable and less prone to breaking down. A new product will also include the latest technological innovations that will allow operators to improve productivity. Most new equipment will contain the most advanced safety features to protect your workers at the job site and while the product is in transit. This increased safety can lead to fewer days lost to workplace injuries and reduce costly worker’s compensation claims.
Unlike renting, buying new enables you to take ownership of the equipment eventually, even if you need to finance your purchase. You’ll be able to recoup at least a portion of your investment when you trade it in or sell it. Plus, there’s always an adjustment factor when you rent — it takes time for the operator to get used to the machine, which can slow the progress of your project. While a new machine will also require a “breaking in” period, once the user masters the operation of the equipment, productivity should improve dramatically. The user will soon reach a level of comfort that may be unattainable when operating a rented product.