Used Aggregate Equipment for sale in North Carolina


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Construction aggregate is a broad category of crushed material used in construction and landscaping, including crushed stone, gravel, sand, and fill. Aggregate is used alongside a binding agent to form construction materials like concrete and asphalt. Aggregate equipment is used to reduce, classify, transport, and blend aggregate. When buying used aggregate equipment, it’s crucial to get a full inspection summary from your supplier. We do complete inspections on all used aggregate equipment, checking factors like the shaker deck functionality, engine, electrical systems, and conveyor belts.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Used aggregate equipment can range from $2,500 to $100,000 depending on the equipment and quantity you wish to purchase.

  • Top used aggregate equipment brands include Paladin, Allis Chalmers, Generac, and Bear Iron Works.

  • Aggregate equipment is used to extract, reduce, transport, and blend construction aggregate used in roads, foundations, and buildings.

  • Aggregate equipment can range from 1,500 lbs for a bedmaster to 75,000 lbs for crushers.

  • Aggregate equipment is used in aggregate quarries. Because of their extreme weight, appendages, and crushing capacity, it’s best to practice extreme caution & be fully licensed when operating aggregate equipment.

  • It’s essential to look at the operational capacity of the given equipment’s tools like shaker decks, conveyor belts, mixers, crushers, etc. A thorough inspection report will also report on the tires, engine, electrical systems, and exterior.

  • Used aggregate equipment may come with slight cosmetic defects like surface rust & corrosion, wear and tear, and peeling. Used aggregate equipment should still have near full operation capacity.

  • Aggregate equipment operators can make as much as $79,000 with a starting salary of around $33,000/year.

  • Heavy equipment operators contribute heavily to this country's construction and transportation industry. Therefore, required qualifications include a high school diploma or GED, heavy equipment training, proper licensing, and a CDL.