2018 marked the most successful year to date for RUBBLE MASTER. With record sales and an export quota of 97% RUBBLE MASTER continues to hold their status as a market leader in Compact Crushing and Screening. The company says its continued success comes from higher product demand, healthy expansion in global markets, and new screening products.
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Mobile, track-mounted impact crushing plants are the most common type of crusher used in a range of recycling and construction applications, including C&D, concrete and asphalt recycling. Today's compact, low-weight, highly mobile plants are easy to transport, offer fast loading and short setup times, and are ideal for operation in urban environments, roadside, on construction sites and at the recycling yard.
Terrafirma Equipment Sales & Rentals will be holding Customer Appreciation Days, August 23–25 in Edmonton, Alberta.
For many years RUBBLE MASTER says their customers demanded a bigger crusher. Now available in North America, the RM 120GO! is RUBBLE MASTER's latest addition, the company's largest crusher and newest flagship impactor.
Rubble Master (RM) has acquired Northern Ireland-based screen manufacturer Maximus. Founded in 2004 and employing 120 people, Maximus will complement Rubble Master's existing range of products, helping to satisfy customers and support future growth. According to Rubble Master, for customers and dealers, this acquisition means a full line of crushing, recycling and screening products are now available with the same reliable, lifetime support and complete parts and service support customers have come to expect from their company.
The mobile impact crushing plant, also known as the tracked impact crusher or recycling impactor, is recognizable mainly due to the fact that these crushers are mounted on a tracked undercarriage. Overall range of capacity for mobile impact crushers is roughly about 100 to 500 tons per hour. Today’s mobile impact crushers are especially ideal for smaller-scale recycling operations, for on-site recycling, and for tight-space urban and roadside applications. These units are transportable by trailer, simply driven off at the location of material that needs to be processed, and go to work very quickly. With their capability to produce accurately-sized, cubical-shaped end-product, mobile impact crushers work well as stand-alone plants, or they can add significant productivity to any operation, working in tandem with a jaw crusher or screen plant.
Over 400 international Rubble Master dealers and customers got together at the RM headquarters in Linz from September 29 to October 1 to share their knowledge and experiences. Customers were given live demonstrations of the latest generation of the RM crushers in a variety of applications ranging from natural stone to various recycling materials.
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.
Rubble Master’s RM V550GO! (shown here at a recent Demo Days in Austria) brings together the technology of a cone crusher and vertical shaft impactor (VSI) with the benefits of the company’s RM GO! technology. This fully mobile plant produces sand from waste material or post-crush processes reject gravel, or hard stone to make recycled aggregate. It is also a very good machine for processing waste aggregate (reject of 8 to 16 mm).
RUBBLE MASTER has signed an exclusive Western Canadian distribution agreement with Abbotsford, BC and Calgary, Alberta-based ShearForce Equipment. ShearForce is the attachment and mobile crushing equipment division of West Coast Machinery.
Mobile recycling has gained significant importance in the United Arab Emirates of late. Due to the scale of the construction projects taking place there – as with Abu Dhabi City, for example – the cost benefit from recycling waste construction materials on site is a clear argument in favour of using compact, mobile recycling machines.
The RM100 compact crusher is engineered to efficiently process C&D waste such as concrete, bricks, asphalt and natural rock, into a high-quality aggregate end-product. Units are designed to recycle materials on-site, and feature up to 220 tons/hour capacity. The fuel-efficient RM100 is designed for easy transport and use in locations that are not accessible to many larger crushers, provides a defined grain size in a single pass, and utilizes wear-resistant crusher materials to keep maintenance costs low.
The RM100 compact crusher is the latest addition to Austrian-based Rubble Master’s product line, and features up to 220 tons/hour (200 tonnes/hour). The RM100 efficiently processes materials including construction and demolition waste such as concrete, bricks, asphalt and natural rock into a high-quality aggregate end product. Units recycle C&D waste on-site, eliminating the need to transport waste to landfills, are easy to transport and can be used in locations that are not accessible to many larger crushers for processing materials into a fine-grain end product.