In 1973, John Bruce, founder of Rock Systems, Inc., saw the long-term potential for a business catering to customers who needed a source for well-engineered equipment for handling raw materials, “The Crust of the Earth.” Our customers now include not only those who process rock, sand and gravel from commercially permitted material sources, but also contractors at construction sites who produce specific needs products, such as rip-rap, or process recycle materials, as well as contractors who simply need to move material as quickly, economically, and safely as possible.
Rock Systems offers individual material handling components as well as complete processing plants. We have stationary, semi-portable and portable equipment available from stock. Our products are designed by expert engineers and manufactured with precision and skill in Red Bluff, California. Wherever a customer needs equipment, whether down the road or across the ocean, we can provide it.
Rock Systems will custom design and manufacture material handling solutions for your specific needs. We specialize in conveyer systems; drive-over unloaders for trucks and scrapers; washing plants; rip-rap plants; mixing plants; feed, storage and blending hoppers.
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