The new tracked CMB International RC150 Rubble Crusher attracts lots of interest at Hillhead.
This year’s three-day Hillhead Quarry Show at Buxton, Derbyshire attracted big crowds and wonderful hot sunny weather which was a massive bonus after the last edition in 2016.
It was also all smiles and lots of interest on the CMB International stand as their long awaited tracked version of their CMB RC150 Rubble Crusher took ‘pride of place.’
Martin Brough – Director of CMB, commented, “We are very excited about the new tracked version which contains many innovative features. There has been significant interest and serious enquiries over the three days at the show. We demonstrated the machine, and this proved beyond a doubt what a versatile performer it is.”
Loaded with new innovative features the new tracked version is a serious contender in its weight class offering tremendous throughput. It is without a doubt the ultimate, self-contained mobile crusher.
Brimming with new features the plant uses the successful 650mm x 350mm single toggle jaw crusher from the RC150 plant, with the addition of hydraulic setting adjustment and direct hydraulic drive. Weighing in just under 6 tonnes the crusher is mounted on a high speed VTS track-set with interchangeable rubber or steel track options.
The RC150 Rubble Crusher is the ultimate, self-contained mobile crusher; a simple but extremely effective machine. A robust build coupled with minimal maintenance the RC150 is easily transported to your destination of choice to crush or recycle material, with immediate start-up to produce crushed material. The RC150 Rubble Crusher has numerous applications:
• Relief Aid
• Medium sized aggregate crushing applications
The advantages of the new RC150 Rubble Crusher enable the user to become time efficient and eliminate unwanted costs by crushing on site enabling re-use immediately.
Environmentally friendly, the RC150 Rubble Crusher is a true ‘green’ machine with huge cost savings instantly available eliminating landfill costs, skip hire, transportation costs, external crushing and bought aggregates from quarries all removed from the processing equation.