The Nye “T-Rex Pulverizer” is a new type of secondary concrete processor. It was engineered by using an approach to design called “Biomimetics“.
Nye’s engineers studied the mechanics of how carnivores crush solid bone with their teeth and they coupled that with their extensive knowledge in the demolition industry to come up with the “T-Rex”.
The lower and upper meshing and replaceable incisors intersect tip to tip. This provides a fine point of pick-up for smaller items, like bits of re-bar that tend to contaminate the concrete pile.
The hydraulic brace gives operators the choice to articulate the lower jaw, allowing the pulverizer to be positioned in numerous configurations. The rod on the hydraulic brace is protected from falling debris by a sliding rod guard that was developed specifically for this application.
The T-Rex has multiple uses on a job site. It includes, but is not limited to, precision picking and sorting of reclaimable materials, using it as a shovel to dig through debris piles, and separating reinforcing rod from concrete demolition debris.
Custom fabricated with 120,000 psi quenched & tempered steel plate, hardened pins and aluminum bronze bushings throughout.