MB a crushing success

MB has three Australian dealers: Walkers Hammers and Sweeper Technologies, both based in Melbourne, and Landquip, based in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales.Landquip manager Trevor Nason said MB Crushers had successfully created a niche in the world crushing equipment market. He said the crusher buckets had been tested and had performed in many countries for a huge range of applications.“MB Crushers are built to high precision quality and engineered to stand up to the demands of rigorous application,” Nason said. “MB Crushers are clearly the most advanced of this type of product available. They are an extremely functional and mobile attachment to suit a range of excavator sizes and can be used in all locations, easily making onsite crushing an affordable and desirable option.“MB Crushers also offer a powerful electromagnet as a unique, on-board attachment for the crusher buckets. This attachment allows for sorting of metal components from crushed material and is designed for crushing reinforced concrete product and separating the reinforcing material. It is a must for all operators with this application.”Walkers Hammers product support manager Tino Vinella said the optional electromagnetic iron separator was a quick and effective way of separating reo bar from crushed concrete.Vinella said that with the growing focus on recycling in Australia, MB’s crusher buckets should have a big part to play.Walkers Hammers and Landquip have both established sales and service networks in other states.MB’s crusher buckets use the hydraulics of the carrier to power the crusher jaws. The four-model range starts with the BF60.1, weighing 1.5 tonnes and designed for use with 8-12t excavators. Next is the BF 70.2, weighing 2.25t and for use with 14-20t excavators, and MB’s original crusher bucket, the BF 90.3, weighing 3.5t and for 20-28t machines.The biggest crusher bucket in the MB range is the BF 120.4, which weighs 4.9t and suits excavators over 28t. The three largest models can all be adjusted to crush material from 20-120mm, while the smaller BF60.1 can crush from 20-100mm.MB says it will be displaying the crusher buckets at Bauma China later this month.

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