COR Equipment Hosts Rubble Master RM70Go! Demo

Tue December 29, 2009 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Tommy Blake (L) of ROCK LLC, East Haven, Conn., and Justin Cavaliere, operator of Cavaliere Industries, Stamford, Conn., braved the cold  weather while watching the demo.
Tommy Blake (L) of ROCK LLC, East Haven, Conn., and Justin Cavaliere, operator of Cavaliere Industries, Stamford, Conn., braved the cold weather while watching the demo.
Tommy Blake (L) of ROCK LLC, East Haven, Conn., and Justin Cavaliere, operator of Cavaliere Industries, Stamford, Conn., braved the cold  weather while watching the demo. A unique feature of the Anaconda conveyer is that it can be powered by a Rubble Master machine simply by plugging the conveyor into the crusher. Dominick Cavaliere, founder of the Cavaliere Conglomerate of Companies in Stamford, Conn., stands with COR Equipment Sale’s #20 sprint racing car, which was on display at the demo. Gerald Hanisch (L), founder and owner of Rubble Master Compact Recycler, Linz, Austria, looks over the finished product with a prospective customer at the demo. The star of the show, the Rubble Master RM70Go! has the capacity to produce up to 130 tons of material per hour. DJ Cavaliere, (L), president of COR Equipment Sales, Stamford, Conn., and Gordon Terry, Anaconda Conveyors USA, Natick, Mass. COR Equipment Sales was recently named the authorized dealer for Anaconda conveyors in New England and New York.DJ Cavaliere, (L) (L-R): DJ Cavaliere, president of COR Equipment Sales, showed all of the RM70Go!’s special features to father and son, Scott and Michael Evans, Evans Excavating, Westwinfield, N.Y. (L-R) are Gerald Hanisch, founder and owner of Rubble Master Compact Recycler, Linz, Austria; DJ Cavaliere, president of COR Equipment Sales in Stamford, Conn.; and Javier Davila, business development manager, Rubble Master Systems Inc., West Bend, Wis. COR Equipment Sales demonstrated the simplicity, versatility and environmental friendliness of the RM70Go! track mounted crusher.

DJ Cavaliere, president of COR Equipment Sales hosted a Rubble Master RM70Go! compact recycler demonstration at his office in Stamford, Conn., on Dec. 11. Approximately 30 customers turned out to see the RM70Go! put through its paces.

According to Cavaliere, “We wanted to provide an opportunity for customers to see the Rubble Master crushing and examine the internal workings of the machine. It also gave customers the chance to meet Gerald Hanisch, founder and owner of Rubble Master Compact Recycler, Linz, Austria. He really enjoys meeting his customers on a personal level. That is the type of service we want to provide as well. I think having Javier Davila, business development manager, Rubble Master Systems Inc.,West Bend, Wis., as well as Gerald, at the presentation was very important. It shows the representation that comes along with Rubble Master and COR.”

“There is quite a bit of difference between the Rubble Master and other manufacturers,” Cavaliere continued, “We need to forget about what contractors have been doing since the portable crusher was introduced into the market place. Those machines are basically quarry machines that are portable. Rubble Master crushers are changing the way we recycle. We are ’rethinking rubble’ and we very often outperform larger machines due to how efficiently the unit operates, how simple the screen is to clean and due to the patented ’release system’ which basically eliminates housing jams.”

COR plans to hold two more demos, one in the late spring in Massachusetts and another in New York State over the summer.