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RM presents new technical innovations at bauma 2016

RUBBLE MASTER continues to develop the RM GO and will demonstrate the new tool, among other highlights, at Bauma 2016.
RUBBLE MASTER continues to develop the RM GO and will demonstrate the new tool, among other highlights, at Bauma 2016.

RUBBLE MASTER, a world leader in mobile compact crushing, will show an expanded product range and present the latest RM innovations at Bauma 2016. Continuing the legacy of the past 25 years, RM says high level customer benefits and an understanding of individual customer requirements are the focus of their technical innovations.

RM Compact Crushers, using an innovative concept and premium quality, are designed to enable users to recycle C&D waste and natural rock effectively and directly on site. A variety of materials ranging from brick-production waste and broken asphalt or concrete, to construction debris can be efficiently recycled to make high-quality building materials. Even the most stringent specifications in terms of compliance with exhaust regulations in mining and tunnel building are met in full by the RM TWO GO! Crusher, which is electric powered.

According to RM, the RM GO! Principle has become a proven success in recent years thanks to its straightforward set-up and intuitive operation. The RM Innovation Team continues to develop the RM GO! Principle and will be demonstrating a new tool, among other highlights, at the bauma show. This completely new tool enables even more efficient use of RM mobile crushers.

A total of four RM crushers as well as a new generation of mesh deck screens and a hydraulic pivoting refeeding belt, will be on display at Bauma 2016. 

RUBBLE MASTER will present the latest RM innovations at bauma 2016.

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