With MB in the Quarry Everything Turns Into a Profit
Only a little more than 11 years have passed since MB Crusher designed and launched its bucket crusher, but it has been sufficient to make the market recognize the revolutionary usefulness linked to the capability of crushing directly on site. Today MB products are increasingly common and often they are part of the standard equipment of every company operating in the building, quarries, mines, demolition, earth movement and digging, road works, environmental clean-ups and piping sectors.
MB’s patented system allows achievement of the expected manufacturing targets and a strong reduction in the costs linked to consumables, even with particularly sturdy materials. The MB product range offers different types of crusher buckets which can be applied to all operating machines: the BF120.4 is particularly indicated for quarry works, suited for excavators with a weight exceeding 28 tons and able to achieve a yield of 50 cubic meters/h; the brand new BF135.8, suited for excavators with a weight exceeding 43 tons, is able to achieve a yield of 75 cubic metres/h; the BF150.10, the largest crusher bucket in the world, unique in its kind for size and performance, conceived for excavators with a weight exceeding 70 tons is able to guarantee a yield of 120 cubic meters/h.
Many are the characteristics that can be immediately appreciated about MB buckets, among which the versatility of use, the possibility of crushing on site under any condition and the capacity of lowering the costs of the users.The bucket crusher, in fact, operates in a seamlessly complementary manner with the excavators normally already available at every worksite. Even large companies, which in their own quarries already own large crushing installations, are increasingly choosing to equip themselves with MB bucket crushers as an added and complementary solution, which in turn allows them to cover many particular situations and processes, such as working in tight spaces and spaces difficult to access which traditional methods cannot satisfy.