Jackson Engineering
Tel. 01522 811354
Fax. 01522 811958
Email sales@jeukparts.co.uk


Jackson Engineering UK parts (Jeukparts) are currently available for approximately 20 different shredder models. This website has a selection of 14 of the most popular brands that are regularly asked for. The parts shown comprise mainly of screens, concaves, counter knives, wear plates, combs, bash plates, cleaning fingers, anvils, cradles and crocodile teeth. The majority of these parts attach to or form the walls and outlet areas of the rotor chamber. By nature of the pulverising and shearing work being done in the chamber of any given shredder these parts are formed and cut from high abrasion steel HB400-500. Some mild steel is used, but only in areas that are not in direct contact with the shredding process.

Moving parts such as floor bars, scraper bars, flails, tip holders, tops, hammers, swing hammers, and protective mill strips are also shown; selected parts are included, rather than the full catalogue.

It should be noted that all high wear surfaces are not only made from 400,450 or 500 HB high abrasion steel but are, when necessary, coated with hard facing. Some critical locations are coated with carbide grit weld. Customers are welcome to ask for further adaptations to their parts with these coatings when they see the need arising.

The price of any given screen is generally governed by five factors:-

  • The weight and thickness of the steel plate used.
  • The grade of the steel used.
  • Additional welded on bars ribs or assemblies.
  • The number of holes that are machined rather than cut.
  • The quantity of cut holes in a screen. A screen with a 1000 holes might take 3 times as long to cut as one with for example, 250 holes, even though the screens are the same size.

Prices can be obtained from our sales team (Ian, Chris or Cris) or through sales@jeukparts.co.uk


Jackson Engineering also build a variety of trommels. These are made specifically to fit the holding cradles of Doppstadt, Kiveko, Powerscreen, Komptech and Terex. They can be designed with additional features/alterations should the customer request it (e.g. to enhance performance). One example of this might be to use high abrasion wear plate through the screening drum instead of mild steel. The obvious advantage of this is an increase in the longevity of the drum, not simply for wear resistance, but it virtually eliminates indentations by heavy or dense objects. The use of high abrasion steel, with its inherent stiffness, can also mean that thinner plate can be used. This results in a lighter trommel. Optimum through flow can be achieved by redesigning the internal screw.

All JEUK Parts are manufactured in house at out Navenby sit. All prices quoted are ex VAT.