COR Equipment, Rubble Master Hold Recycling Demo

Tue July 31, 2012 - Northeast Edition
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Customers were able to preview the functions and abilities of the RM70 GO!, RM80 GO! and RM100 2.0 along with the OS 80 attachment.
Customers were able to preview the functions and abilities of the RM70 GO!, RM80 GO! and RM100 2.0 along with the OS 80 attachment.
Customers were able to preview the functions and abilities of the RM70 GO!, RM80 GO! and RM100 2.0 along with the OS 80 attachment. It was a very quiet and clear day at the demo site due to the dust suppression and noise reduction systems on the RM crushers. Along with these special features comes the compact mobility, user-friendly, magnetic separator and ease of transport. The output potential of an RM crusher, depending on machine, ranges from 90 to 275 tons per hour and the fuel consumption ranges from 3 to 6 gph. Sean Collins (L), sales manager of CC&T, dealer of Rubble Master of southern New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware in Folcroft, Pa., speaks with Goncalo Gaga of Terra-Tech Construction in Manalapan, N.J., about the time saved due to the COR Equipment Sales is a division of Cavaliere Industries in Stamford, Conn. Two members of the Cavaliere family are the father and son duo of Lou (L) and Dominick Cavaliere Sr. The demo on June 14th was the first time that all four RM crushers were working on the same site. (L-R): DJ Cavaliere, owner of COR Equipment Sales in Stamford, Conn., stands with Gerald Hanisch, founder and owner of Rubble Master from Linz, Austria, and Alexander Taubinger, managing director and sales manager Americas of Rubble Master in Valparaiso, The Rubble Master recycler systems can crush a multitude of rock products to be recycled for on-site use reducing the size of the stone to as small as ¾ in. minus. The RM60 is a one-made radio controlled operation and can be transported on a trailer or hook-lift. Gerald Hanisch (C), owner of Rubble Master, shows customers the benefits of an RM crusher, including the opportunity to recycle oversized rock product from a job and reduce dumping fees when reused on site. Alexander Taubinger (L), managing director and sales manager Americas of Rubble Master in Valparaiso, Ind., stands with Will Renaud of Renaud Industries in South Berwick, Maine. Renaud previously rented a RM 100 from COR Equipment Sales. David Brigati from J.D.L. Environmental in Long Island, N.Y., visited the demo site in White Plains, N.Y., to watch the crushers in action. (L-R): Pat Cartalemi of AAA Carting and Portland Manor, N.Y., and Carmine Cartalemi and Edward Fucci of C&A Carbone in West Nyack, N.Y., visit the demo to support COR Equipment Sales, as well as preview all four crushers running at once.

COR Equipment Sales and Rubble Master held a recycling demo on June 14, 2012, in White Plains, N.Y. In addition to the demo, guests were treated to a BBQ lunch and visited with manufacturer representatives, including the owner and founder of Rubble Master, Gerald Hanisch.

This joint effort enabled customers to view products side by side and pick out what they wanted. It was the first time that all 4x RM crushers worked on the same site, according to the sponsors.

Three models from the Rubble Master line recycled rock, concrete and asphalt to ¾ in. minus.