BTI Introduces New MBS Series Rockbreaker System

Mon April 02, 2007 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Breaker Technology Inc. (BTI) has introduced its new MBS Series rockbreaker system, an on-plant solution for highly portable aggregate and recycle applications.

Unlike conventional boom systems that must be removed from the crushing plant or permanently mounted on a separate trailer, the new MBS Series models are designed to remain on the plant due to a low profile design, which allows the boom to be lowered flat onto the feeder, below the height of the flywheel for road transportation. An MBS Series boom system is practical for contractors who seek portable, cost-effective, safe, high-capacity production from site to site, according to the manufacturer.

Designed to be installed or retrofitted to new or existing wheeled or track-mounted crushing plants, MBS Series models are lightweight and low profile, resulting in a reduction in mounting and interfacing costs when compared with conventional boom systems. With an ability to be installed in confined spaces, the MBS Series boom system can be mounted to the side of track-mounted crushing plants or between the drive and the jaw on portable plants.

The MBS Series comes in two major configurations — the MBS and the MBS-H. The MBS is the lighter of the two styles and is designed for recycle and light quarry applications for hydraulic breakers up to 1,100 ft-lbs. (4,893 N). The MBS-H is designed for hard rock applications with breakers up to 3,000 ft-lbs. (13,344 N).

For more information, call 909/369-0878 or visit www.rockbreaker.com.




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