Rubble Master showcases latest innovations

By |  October 17, 2016
Attendees watch Rubble Master equipment in action at Xperience Days. Photo courtesy of Rubble Master.

Attendees watch Rubble Master equipment in action at Xperience Days. Photo courtesy of Rubble Master.

More than 400 international Rubble Master (RM) dealers and customers gathered at the RM headquarters in Linz, Austria, to share their knowledge and experiences with each other at Xperience Days.

Customers at Xperience Days watched the latest generation of RM crushers in a live demonstration in a variety of applications ranging from natural stone to various recycling materials.

The RM 120GO!, the latest innovation from RM, was showcased at the event. Weighing about 38.6 tons and with a capacity of up to 385 tph, RM says this machine opens up a new market for the company because it is a compact alternative to other crushers in its class.

“One of the main goals in the development of the RM 120GO! was the flexible range of use of the mobile RM crusher in both recycling and the processing of natural stone,” says Gerald Hanisch, founder of RM.

Spec2App was another innovation showcased. RM crushers and screens process a variety of materials with a range of requirements and purposes, the company says. Spec2App was developed to ensure the optimum recycling of natural stone, construction and demolition waste, basalt or ceramic tiles with a single crusher.

“The basis is our platform strategy with which we can fulfill an extremely wide variety of requirements in the crushing and recycling industry,” Hanisch says. “Spec2App is like a toolkit full of USPs (unique selling propositions) with a 100 percent degree of standardization.”

This means customers can equip their RM impact crushers with, among other things, a vibro-channel system, special wear-resistant lining, and an Enviro package or active pre-screen, depending on their respective requirements.

RM GO! Smart, a new form of smart machine communication, was presented in the course of the event. The Basic version, which will be available at the beginning of 2017, enables the monitoring of the performance and status of the key machine parameters using smartphones and tablets.

Kevin Yanik

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Kevin Yanik is the editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry magazine. Yanik can be reached at 216-706-3724 or kyanik@northcoastmedia.net.

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