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Rubble Master mobile impact crusher increases safety, reduces wear costs

Rubble Master 120x crushing sand and gravel in a quarry
The RM 120X mobile impact crusher processing sand and gravel.

The new RM 120X mobile impact crusher from Rubble Master features an all-new active 61/2 x 31/2 ft 2-deck pre-screen to scalp off fines and reduce the amount of undersized material passing through the crusher. This reduces wear cost and increases the amount of finished material by up to 30 percent.

Another new feature is the optional underpan feeder. This is ideal for heavy-duty concrete recycling applications, reducing wear cost and downtime so that contractors can increase their bottom line.

New machine interface makes crushing easier & safer 

The new lighting concept provides instant visual feedback to operators regarding the machine's condition and performance without leaving the safety of their cab. The feedback loop through the new performance indicator on the crusher's rear allows operators to adjust quickly to performance drops to increase their production and reduce downtime.

Future developments 

Rubble Master aims to have a common platform across all products to help connect crushers and screens in a crusher train setup. This means that capacity peaks are communicated between machines to adjust the material flow seamlessly so users can increase efficiency and lower operating costs.

Company info

393 Pilot Dr.
Valparaiso, IN
US, 46383

Website:
rubblemaster-americas.com

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