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Come see us

Come see us this Thursday, August 12th at the Connecticut Grounds Keepers Association Equipment Showcase. We’ll be there CRUSHING with a Senya 3!!

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Senya 3 Crushing Glass Slag


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Beijing will be hosting the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (Beijing 2022). As the time approached, the preparations for Beijing 2022 are in full swing. Formal agreements of cooperation were signed between Beijing 2022 Organizing Committee.

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The BIG REVEAL on our “stealthy” new green color of the Senya 3!

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New MICRO Conveyors in Stock

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Modern Contracting Solutions Feature Article

Check out this feature article on Senya Tech in Modern Contracting Solutions detailing our plans for 2021. WE ARE GOING TO LITERALLY CRUSH IT IN ’21!

Modern Contracting Solutions Senya Tech Feature Article

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Press Release: MICRO Crushers in World of Concrete 360

Crushing Efficiency with Increased Mobility

A towable, portable, jaw crusher enables contractors to recycle hardened concrete with minimum investment

Many contractors have been hesitant to invest in on-site crushing of removed concrete. But with the introduction of a new series of what this manufacturer refers to as micro crushers, contractors should take a second look at avoiding the landfill. The Senya 3 Portable Jaw Crusher is designed to give contractors more control of their costs and operations.

Read the full article here: Senya Crushers World of Concrete 360

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Our Revolutionary Line of MICRO Conveyors

Continuing to add to our new MICRO category in Construction Equipment, Senya Tech is excited to introduce our new revolutionary line of MICRO CONVEYORS as well as a full line of CONVEYORS to suit your every need!

Building on the success of our unique MICRO CRUSHERS we have added the perfect accessory to our machines that further REDUCES COSTS and ADDS PROFIT.

Unlike most other Stacker Conveyors, our MICRO CONVEYORS utilize a cleated belt deep trough technology allowing for a much steeper “angle of convey” resulting in a much shorter conveyor length to reach the discharge heights needed to “reach the truck”. And just like our MICRO CRUSHERS, they are extremely mobile with a DOT approved solid axle easily pulled by even the smallest pickup truck.

In short, we now have an extremely portable and compact tandem that eliminates the labor, time, and machine wear and tear on loaders to load your aggregate STRAIGHT TO THE TRUCK. Just plug in the conveyor to you MICRO CRUSHER generator and let the machines do the work. As with our MICRO CRUSHERS, the response is the same every time-“Wow!” And this is all still accomplished with electric motors and no hydraulics.

As with our MICRO CRUSHERS, there is nothing even remotely close to the size, portability, output capacity, and price point of these conveyors with retails starting at  $13,985. When the new Micro screen plants arrive early next year, we will have a highly mobile Micro crushing plant sorting two sizes and auto loading for around $100K.

The next lowest price point on any crushing equipment is several hundred thousand dollars more, not to mention takes a tractor trailer to move if at all.

Give us a call, we’d love to tell you more and show you how to get more of what everyone can’t have enough of: PROFIT!

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Why Should I Use Recycled Aggregate & Concrete?

Over the past several decades, interest in recycling and reusing a wide range of materials has grown. Build project managers, construction contractors, and demolition teams need to be aware of the benefits that can be gained with recycled aggregate concrete and other such materials. 


As we head into 2021, one thing is certain—the costs of raw materials are on the rise while at the same time construction projects have not yet fully resumed their pre-COVID levels. As a contractor or stakeholder in a construction project, one needs to be aware of these increases and the impacts they can have on project costs.


Some of the materials that are seeing increases include:








According to the AGC (Associated General Contractors) 2020 price index, the costs for lumber and plywood rose 36.1% for 2020. Concrete products, in general, saw a 2.6% overall, with precast concrete products experiencing a 4.6% increase.1 


Granted, the increase in concrete products may not seem that significant. Yet, the slight increase could make a huge difference in the profits left over after completing a construction project. As the ‘21 season shapes up, the costs of aggregate, concrete, and asphalt will continue to skyrocket even further.


Why have aggregate and concrete products increased?


There were already some things in play before the pandemic. Combined with the pandemic, it has created a situation where prices went up and are anticipated to continue to increase through 2021.


For starters, sand pits and quarries were already facing challenges at securing a steady supply of materials. In some cases, there were changes in certain state’s regulations regarding permitting, making it more difficult to replenish reserves. In other cases, the sites are simply depleted of certain materials, with no estimated time frame when they will be replenished, partly due to COVID.


Next, new construction projects are taking shape in more rural areas. Since the projects are further from material resources, delivery costs are more. Therefore, the total costs of materials are more. 


The quality of aggregate has become more important at certain quarries. These quarries have restricted the use of certain aggregate materials to asphalt- and concrete-quality standards. As a result, their capacities of aggregate materials were reduced, creating an imbalance between supply and demand. 


What can contractors and project managers do to control costs?


One thing we have noticed is more and more contractors and project managers are investing in portable micro crushers to use on job sites. The micro crushers can be used to recycle old concrete, asphalt, granite, limestone, basalt, and pebbles found on a site. 


Contractors and project managers can take advantage of recycling materials to create the base materials required for fill. By doing so, they reduce the amount of new material they need to purchase to complete the project. 


Portable MICRO crushers are filling a niche to allow contractors an affordable option to have more control over project costs as new material costs soar. Plus, they are perfect for those demolition projects where the existing site may lack sufficient materials to justify the cost of a large crusher for aggregate production. 


Not to mention, micro crushers are perfect for job sites with small footprints and limited space for crushing and recycling aggregate. 


Contractors create positive profit margins with MICRO crushers.


MICRO crushers help offset and even eliminate the costs required to purchase materials for the project. Another benefit they provide contractors is helping to reduce and/or eliminate disposal costs of old concrete. 


Any time old concrete is removed as part of a demo., there are disposal costs that can eat into profit margins, including hauling fees, landfill tipping fees, and so on. These disposal costs can easily exceed the costs of investing in a MICRO crusher to recycle and crush material on site. 


By recycling aggregate and concrete from a demo, contractors have more control over the project costs and how they affect their profit margins. Contractors also need to look at the big picture. 


Thanks to the portability of MICRO crushers, they are easily moved from one job site to the next. By recycling aggregate and concrete on multiple projects, it is only a short matter of time before the investment in a micro crusher pays for itself. Additionally, the ability to positive profit margins for each project is greatly increased. 


There are other benefits contractors gain by recycling aggregate and concrete.


Contractors can enjoy other benefits of recycling aggregate and concrete by investing in a micro crusher for their projects, including:


1. It is great for LEED Green Building Certification.

If you want to earn additional points toward your LEED certification, you can, by using recycled concrete. 


2. Contractors can claim they are environmentally friendly.

Recycled granite, limestone, basalt, pebbles, etc. are all kept out of landfills. Plus, contractors can limit the number of new materials required for their projects.


3. It can help improve your bottom line.

Even if your project stakeholders want to use all-new materials, you could still crush the concrete and sell it off to another contractor or use it for another project.


4. It could create new job opportunities.

You will need someone to operate the micro crusher. Plus, you may need additional employees to help move the existing concrete to the crusher.


5. It gives you a tremendous advantage in bidding jobs in both cost and the “recycled” factor resulting in more jobs at higher profit margins.


Final Considerations


When deciding whether to recycle aggregate and concrete by investing in a MICRO crusher, you should look at your past projects. What was the disposal costs of your demo? Could it have been crushed and reused for the project?


How much did you spend on new materials? How much could you have saved with recycled aggregate and concrete? Did the project allow the use of recycled crushed materials?


By answering these questions, you can start to determine if a micro crusher is right for your construction business.


Another consideration is how well a MICRO crusher will fit with your existing equipment. Portable MICRO crushers have to be fed small- and medium-sized pieces of concrete. These can be fed using a backhoe or loader. However, larger sections of concrete do have to be broken down. 


This balance between crusher size and breaker use is essential to ensure a MICRO crusher is the right choice for you. If it is not, there are larger portable crushers that may be better-suited to your specific needs and requirements. 


With construction material prices increasing dramatically, investing in a portable MICRO crusher can give you more control over your project costs and help boost your profit margins. For help selecting the right crusher to recycle aggregate, concrete, asphalt, cement, granite, limestone, pebbles, etc., please feel free to contact Senya Crushers at 919-323-4830 today! 



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How to Prepare Aggregate for Crushing

Aggregates are extremely useful materials for concrete projects. They make up around 60% to 75% of the volume of concrete, and also help determine the functional properties and proportions of this common material. However, as most construction professionals learn early on, not all aggregates are alike.


Aggregates can be composed of sand, gravel, crushed rock, and a variety of other geological materials. These materials can vary significantly in shape, texture, density, and ability to absorb moisture. The different characteristics of aggregate means that it is vitally important to choose carefully in determining which types are to be used in any given construction project.


Aggregates have a very wide range of applications—sidewalks, railway tracks, roads, French drains, etc.—and using the wrong kind for a particular job can have disastrous consequences. For instance, aggregates that are best suited as filling materials may not be acceptable for load-bearing applications.


It is also important to prepare the aggregate properly before deploying it, as it is unlikely to be in usable condition in whatever state it is found. This generally involves crushing it, with help from equipment specially designed for this purpose, into smaller materials that fall within a specific range of sizes and dimensions. But before aggregate can be crushed, there are a few steps that should be taken to ensure best results.


The Basics of Aggregate Preparation

Broadly speaking, preparing aggregate involves two stages: processing and beneficiation.


Processing - This is the process of crushing, washing, and screening aggregates to ensure that they conform to standards of size and cleanliness.


Beneficiation - This is a quality-control process that involves separating aggregate according to density and other characteristics. Additional crushing may be involved.


Here we’ll focus on the first stage: processing.


Fine and Coarse Aggregate

Although aggregate can be made from many types of geological materials, it is common to classify it into two general types: fine and coarse. Because construction applications often require one specific type, or a mixed concrete aggregate that has a precise proportion of both, it is important to be familiar with the distinctions between these types.


Fine aggregate - Aggregate particles of this size will pass through a 4.75 mm (no. 4) sieve but not a 0.075 mm sieve. It commonly derives from sand and crushed stone.


Coarse aggregate - Aggregate particles of this size will not pass through a 4.75 mm (no. 4) sieve. It commonly derives from gravel and crushed stone. Coarse aggregate is often grouped in single-size classifications of 10 mm, 12.5 mm, 16 mm, 20 mm, 40 mm, and 63 mm.


Creating the right kind of aggregate for a specific purpose requires high-quality crushing and processing equipment that can produce particles that fall within an acceptable range of specifications.


General Crushing Procedures

If you plan to crush materials in order to turn them into aggregate, it is important to determine in advance where this procedure is to be carried out. If you are engaged in a demolition project, will you crush the materials onsite or send them off to another location? Transporting materials to and from a site can be expensive as well as time-consuming.


One way to solve this problem is to bring portable crushing equipment onsite for processing stone products and similar materials. This is especially useful for cases where materials torn out of an existing site can serve as filling materials for a new construction project. With portable equipment, there’s no need to go through the wasteful hassle of transporting materials offsite, turning them into aggregate, and bringing it back to the original site. 


Prior to crushing materials, it may be a good idea to wash them properly. Unclean geological materials can introduce an excessive amount of dust and dirt into the machine, leading to unnecessary wear and tear of equipment components. In addition, the washing of aggregate is often an important part of the post-crushing sorting process.


This is another area where portable equipment can substantially expand your range of options. Senya Tech's XS Series Wheel Sand Washer and XL Series Spiral Sand Washer are two world-class products that can wash and purify sand stones prior to their use in construction applications. Bear in mind, however, that repeated wetting and drying cycles can harm certain types of aggregate.


Turning geological or old construction materials into aggregate form involves one or more crushing machines. Often it is necessary to utilize multiple machines, each with the capacity to process materials of a particular dimension. Machines should be designated primary (first), secondary (second), or tertiary (third), according to their position in the processing sequence.


Primary crushing machines—often jaw crushers—handle the initial raw materials; secondary machines—often cone crushers—reduce the size of the particles; and tertiary machines (when necessary) produce the final crushed aggregate product. At every stage, it is a good practice to load the materials into the crusher evenly and continuously; a portable feeder is especially helpful here.


Be careful when putting materials into a crushing machine—it can be damaged by objects that are larger than it is supposed to process. If you are not certain whether materials are suitable for a particular machine, stay on the safe side by breaking them into smaller pieces prior to putting them inside the crusher.


Having the right equipment is key to ensuring that your aggregate crushing project goes smoothly. Senya Tech has a wide range of crushers, washers, feeders, and screens that conform to the highest standards of the industry. Feel free to contact us with your questions or concerns.

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Solutions for Demolition Waste Disposal

Demolition projects routinely result in large amounts of waste products as foundations are pulled up and walls are torn down. These waste materials are known as construction and demolition (C&D) debris. C&D materials are often heavy and bulky, which means that the process of removing and disposing of them properly can be both expensive and labor-intensive.


Figuring out how to dispose of demolition waste in the most efficient way possible, while complying with all relevant laws and regulations, is an essential part of any renovation project. Navigating this waste management task properly enables you to save money and reduce the burden of construction debris on the environment.


Types of C&D Materials


There are many kinds of C&D materials, just as there are many types of materials that go into constructing buildings or civil engineering projects. Common C&D materials include the following:





*Metal (e.g., steel and copper)







All this material must be dealt with as part of the task of clearing away a demolition site.


Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Waste


The primary way to classify C&D waste is by dividing it into hazardous and non-hazardous types. This is important because, legally, hazardous waste cannot be simply taken to a recycling facility or treated with the same procedures that would be acceptable with non-hazardous waste.


Common types of hazardous waste include lead, silica, asbestos, and mercury. Any materials that contain substances of this nature (e.g., fluorescent bulbs, smoke detectors) should be considered hazardous. Check the EPA website for a longer list of harmful construction materials.


The exact procedure for disposing of hazardous construction waste varies according to the laws of the area where the project was carried out. In general, disposing of hazardous waste should be left to companies with specific experience in handling these materials.


Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling


Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling


When it comes to demolition projects, the best strategy is to figure out how to minimize the amount of solid waste material that needs to be taken to a landfill site. Aside from being merely wasteful, putting C&D debris in a landfill burdens the environment and—depending on the type of material—can violate recycling laws.


In the construction industry, it is customary to speak of the need to “reduce, reuse, and recycle.” This refers to three distinct activities involved in construction debris disposal.




Attempting to reduce the amount of waste material in construction projects can save money and reduce negative environmental impacts. This is often referred to as “source reduction,” and it is mainly associated with the design phase of construction—that is, calculating how to use as little material as possible when building structures. In the demolition phase, it takes the form of deconstruction, which is the activity of carefully taking apart a site so at least some of the material can be reused.


Deconstruction is more time-consuming than a standard demolition, but it can save money in the long run. Buildings that are best suited for deconstruction are those that are in structurally good condition, preferably with wood frames. Buildings of this type can sometimes be completely deconstructed so that virtually all of their materials are reusable.




Reusing material collected from demolished buildings is the second step of the process. Not all demolition materials can be reused, but quite a few can be. Reusable materials include:








*2x4 lumber



If carefully removed from the site, these materials can be easily used in a new construction project.


In addition, concrete waste from demolition sites can be reused by transforming it into aggregate for base materials. This is where a portable rock crusher comes in handy.




What happens to demolition waste when there is no immediate use for it? In many cases, it can be recycled. Wood and metal are among the most commonly recycled materials, as they can be turned into a wide variety of products. Be sure to work with reuse centers that are compliant with all applicable laws for recycling of C&D.


It is only when none of the above options is practical that you should resort to hiring a dumpster rental to transport waste materials to a landfill.


Senya Tech’s MICRO rock crushers and conveyors give construction companies the kinds of portable, flexible tools they need to turn common demolition waste products into reusable material. Please visit our website for more information about our products.

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Introducing our Revolutionary Line of MICRO Crushers

Pioneering a new category in Construction Equipment, Senya Tech is excited to introduce our new revolutionary line of MICRO CRUSHERS crushing machinery!Along with our parent company, SANME out of China, we have been in the rock crushing business for over 60 years, primarily in the mining and quarry business with our larger machines and custom designed crushing plants.

Our owner, Jun Sui, has personally come up with and designed our new line of Micro Crushers.

We have a jaw crushing machine that can be pulled behind a 3/4 ton pickup and produce up to 30 tons per hour of beautiful finished aggregate product!

Quite simply, there is nothing in the entire world even remotely close to the size, portability, output capacity, and price point of this machine retailing at $68,500. When the new Micro screen plants arrive this summer, we will have a Micro crushing plant sorting two sizes for less than $100K.

The next lowest price point on any crushing equipment is several hundred thousand dollars more, not to mention takes a tractor trailer to move.

With the disposal costs of demo product and “buying back” of base aggregate almost reaching $1000/truckload ($500 each way), these machines can pay for themselves very quickly.

We joke with our customers but it’s true- they say “I’m tired of giving this stuff away or worse, paying someone to take it away and then having to buy it right back for base material!” You can see why there was so much excitement in our booth at the CONEX/CON/AGG show in March where we rolled out our nationwide dealer network program.

Check out our website for pictures, video, product specs, package deals, and all the Senya Tech has to offer.

Give us a call, we’d love to tell you more and show you how to get more of what everyone can’t have enough of: PROFIT!

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The Benefits of a MICRO Crusher

Dealing with concrete waste is one of the most pressing problems that must be addressed on construction and excavation sites. Tearing out old concrete typically results in a lot of excess materials that must be removed from the site or otherwise processed in some manner.


Fortunately, rock crushers provide a solution to this problem by efficiently turning all this waste into concrete aggregate that can be used for base materials. These machines can also handle many other types of materials, including asphalt, granite, basalt, and limestone.


Senya Tech’s line of MICRO Crushers provide all of the benefits of standard full-size rock crushers while providing several advantages that larger machines cannot match. Let’s look at some of the benefits of MICRO Crushers.


Quick return on investment


Highly productive despite their small size, MICRO Crushers are well worth the price. These machines qualify for the Section 179 tax deduction, which allows you to deduct the full purchase price of this equipment. We estimate that the MICRO Crusher can pay for itself in literally a matter of months, not years.


Useful for areas with limited space


Our MICRO Crushers take up considerably less space than standard large crushers. As a result, MICRO Crushers are easier to maneuver around a construction site; they also impose fewer demands when it comes to parking and storing them when they’re not in use. Finally, their small size means they can be pulled from one site to another with a vehicle of reasonable size—there’s no need for a tractor trailer.




MICRO Crushers enable you to demonstrate your dedication to protecting the environment via recycling of concrete waste that would otherwise end up in landfills. Old waste materials can be used in new construction projects.


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Saves Money


More than anything else, Senya Tech’s MICRO Crushers cut down on your expenses. They achieve these cost savings in a number of ways, including:


Lower initial outlay


Because our MICRO Crushers have a lower list price than larger models, these portable machines provide an attractive option for smaller businesses in need of reliable crushing equipment that doesn’t require a huge upfront investment.


Low maintenance expenses


All our MICRO Crushers run on electric motors, rather than hydraulics or diesel engines. Furthermore, they have few high-wear components. For those reasons, their ongoing maintenance costs are considerably less than standard crushers’.


Reduced demolition removal costs


When concrete is recycled on site, you’re relieved of the burden of needing to transport all that excavated material out of the area. For worksites located in remote, hard-to-service rural regions, dispensing with construction waste material, and its associated expenses, is an especially important consideration. The cost of doing so continues to increase dramatically.


Reduced need to purchase aggregate


With the price of quality aggregate on the rise, it’s more important than ever to minimize purchasing expenses. With our MICRO Crushers, you can process hundreds of tons in aggregate per day by using existing waste, so often there’s no need to buy extra materials.


Senya Tech's MICRO Crushers come in several models, which can process 25 to 80 tons of material per hour. Even our smallest model can easily produce hundreds of tons per day. Contact us for more information on these high-quality portable rock crushers.

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The ROI on Owning a MICRO Crusher

Senya Tech’s rock crushing equipment provides a number of benefits for companies involved in construction and excavation projects. Half the cost of either the disposal or purchase of aggregate is in the transportation of the material. By crushing concrete waste on site, you can save yourself the time and expense associated with transporting those materials to a landfill. You can also use the crushed material as aggregate for your new project. Our MICRO Crushers offer a convenient, portable solution that helps you quickly process tons of concrete, asphalt, granite, and other materials.


Nonetheless, many companies are wary of spending good money on rock crushing equipment. It’s a reasonable concern: Even if a high-quality rock crusher helps save money, there seems to be a danger that those savings will only recover the funds used to purchase the equipment in the first place. If so, what’s the point of buying this kind of machine?


This is a misconception, however. When you buy a MICRO Crusher from Senya Tech, it pays for itself by sharply reducing your aggregate disposal and purchase expenses, allowing you to recoup your investment in as little as a few months. As you continue using your MICRO Crusher, the savings keep adding up—potentially for years to come.


A Sample Case


The best way to demonstrate the cost-effectiveness of a MICRO Crusher is by showing a specific real-world example, using actual figures. Let’s say that you’re interested in purchasing a Senya Tech MICRO Crusher that has a list price of $88,500. With a 60-month loan and a 5% interest rate, your monthly payment comes out to $1,670.


Under the Section 179 tax deduction, you’re allowed to claim the entire purchase price, as the law has an expense cap of $1.04 million. In a 35% tax bracket, this comes out to a savings of $30,975 per year, or $2,581 per month. Please note that this is considerably more than your $1,670 monthly payment. You’re in the black before you even put your MICRO Crusher to work.


However, the savings don’t stop there. Your MICRO Crusher also allows you to dispense with two of your largest expenses: buying aggregate and removing waste materials.


The cost of buying aggregate: If we set the cost of buying aggregate at $30/ton, which includes transportation expenses, a 20-ton truckload can be priced at $600. Twenty truckloads per month—a reasonable estimate based on average activity for the mid to small sized contractor—would cost $12,000. With your MICRO Crusher, however, you will likely be able to cut these bills down to zero, as you can simply process excavated materials that are already on the site.


So, instead of paying $12,000/month on aggregate, you can pay nothing at all. That represents a huge savings.


The cost of removing materials: A related expense you will eliminate has to do with removing concrete waste and other materials from your site. Ordinarily, you are expected to shoulder the costs of getting rid of these materials. If we set the disposal price at $600 per truckload, and the number of truckloads per month at 20, then that comes out to $12,000/month.


However, if you deploy a MICRO Crusher at your site, there’s no need to transport all this waste to another location—you can simply turn it all into useful aggregate and use it as base material.


Crushing your concrete waste can completely eradicate the money and hassle associated with transporting it somewhere else. That’s another huge savings of $12,000 per month.


When you erase the costs of buying new aggregate and transporting waste material, you save $24,000/month under the scenario we have outlined above. Add this number to the positive cash flow provided by your Section 179 tax deduction, and you get a savings of $24,911 each month, or $298,932 a year. This means your MICRO Crusher pays for itself in 3.6 months.


You’re invited to use our online calculator to determine your potential financial savings based on your specific workflow and operating expenses.


It should also be noted that our MICRO Crushers have low operating and maintenance costs. We use electric motors that are powered by US made, serviced, and warrantied diesel generators, and there are only a few high-wear parts that will eventually need to be replaced. There’s no reason to worry that your MICRO Crusher will turn into a “money pit” that is more trouble than it’s worth.


With the skyrocketing costs of all materials, especially aggregate, the opposite is true. The value of your MICRO Crusher in both your bottom line profitability as well as the competitive advantage they offer in your project bids utilizing “GR$$N” recycled material will only continue to grow as time goes on.


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Contact Us Today


Senya Tech’s line of MICRO Crushers provides construction companies with the high-performance equipment they need to manage concrete waste and related excavation materials in a cost-efficient way. Feel free to contact us with your questions about our MICRO Crushers.

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Senya 3 Crushing Glass Slag

Senya 3 Crushing Glass Slag



The BIG REVEAL on our “stealthy” new green color of the Senya 3!

The BIG REVEAL on our “stealthy” new green color of the Senya 3!

New MICRO Conveyors in Stock

New MICRO Conveyors in Stock

Modern Contracting Solutions Feature Article

Modern Contracting Solutions Feature Article

Press Release: MICRO Crushers in World of Concrete 360

Press Release: MICRO Crushers in World of Concrete 360

Our Revolutionary Line of MICRO Conveyors

Our Revolutionary Line of MICRO Conveyors

Why Should I Use Recycled Aggregate & Concrete?

Why Should I Use Recycled Aggregate & Concrete?

How to Prepare Aggregate for Crushing

How to Prepare Aggregate for Crushing

Solutions for Demolition Waste Disposal

Solutions for Demolition Waste Disposal

Introducing our Revolutionary Line of MICRO Crushers

Introducing our Revolutionary Line of MICRO Crushers

The Benefits of a MICRO Crusher

The Benefits of a MICRO Crusher

The ROI on Owning a MICRO Crusher

The ROI on Owning a MICRO Crusher

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