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COR Equipment, Rubble Master Hold RM60 Crusher Demo in Canton, Mass.

Fri July 15, 2011 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Transferring rubble to the screen.
Transferring rubble to the screen.
Transferring rubble to the screen. (L-R): Dave Foley of Haul-it Trucking Corp., East Bridgewater, Mass.; Scott Burgess of ATL Construction Co., East Bridgewater, Mass.; and D.J. Cavaliere of COR Equipment Sales, Stamford, Conn., watch the Rubble Master RM60 at the demo. A Cat 315CL dumps materials into the Rubble Master RM60 with CS2500 single deck screen. (L-R): Joseph Aiello Sr., of J. Aiello & Son Excavating in Holbrook, Mass., stands with Dave Colageo, of Trackman Equipment & Sales Inc. in Taunton, Mass., and Joseph Aiello Jr., also of J. Aiello & Son Excavating. Ed Beckett (L) of Hanson Industries Inc., Monroe, Maine, talks with Alexander Taubinger, manager director of Rubble Master Americas, over a pile of stones. (L-R) are D.J. Cavaliere, co-owner of COR, and Linda Hanson, Ed Beckett, Amanda Coture and James Hanson, all of Hanson Industries Inc., Monroe, Maine. COR Equipment Sales held a demo day May 13 and 14 for the Rubble Master RM60. David Colageo (L) of Trackman Equipment and Sales Inc. and Ed Beckett, of Hanson Industries Inc., get an up-close view of the action. The CS2500 single deck screen was used during the demo of the Rubble Master RM60. This Cavaliere truck was used for transporting the Rubble Master RM60.

Approximately 30 people stopped by Canton, Mass., on May 13 and 14 to witness COR Equipment Sales’ live demo of Rubble Master’s RM60 compact impact crusher. The Canton, Mass., location was chosen because of its proximity to Boston and all points north, south and east to Worcester.

The purpose of the demo days was to provide prospective customers with a Rubble Master crusher in operation, according to D.J. Cavaliere, co-owner of COR.

“It is also much easier to schedule a two-day event and have multiple customers visit the demo rather than mobilizing a piece of equipment to many different locations,” he added.

The RM60, shown at the demo with a CS2500 single-deck final screen, was chosen because of its size, according to Cavaliere.

“The RM60 not only could fit in almost any contractor yard but also can fit in their budget. Company owners these days are looking for a less expensive way to control the dumping and buying of process material and often they are their own best customer. The RM60 can also be utilized from a small paving contractor to a large outfit with multiple locations,” he said.

Dubbed “the most compact crusher,” the RM60 is an “echo-model,” according to Alexander Taubinger, manager director of Rubble Master Americas, “meaning that it has no tracks on it…all the contractor needs is a trailer, hook-lift or roll-off truck.”

With optional high-performance components such as pre-screens and final screens, owners can create a complete recycling center, according to the manufacturer.

The Rubble Master RM60, which was introduced to North America about 20 years ago, is the only skid mount unit from RM. The RM70GO, RM80, RM80GO and RM100 are tracked mounted.

“There has been a lot of activity on the RM60 because it’s perfect for the small-medium sized contractor…they can crush and recycle for less than $5,000 per month,” said Taubinger.

The RM60 also can be loaded with rubble by a small skid steer, a wheel loader or excavator.

Other features of the RM60 include:

• Release system to remove blockages, plus a magnetic separator

• Automatic two-step conveying and diesel/electric drive

• Dust suppression and noise reducing

• Throughput: Up to 55 to 88 tons (50 to 80 t) per hour, depending on material

• Deutz diesel engine, 4-cylinder

• Weight: 13.2 tons (12 t)

• Dust suppression using water spray inside crusher and at outlet

• Produces a 3/4-in. minus product

• Crusher Opening: 25 by 21 in. (63.5 by 53 cm)

• Ready to crush in 15 minutes

• Low fuel consumption

• Low ownership and operating costs

• Power Unit: 91 hp (68 kW)

J. Aiello & Son Excavating, Holbrook, Mass., helped COR Equipment Sales with the demo by providing the operators for the machines, as well as the Cat 315CL, which loaded the RM60 with materials.

COR Equipment Sales, located in Stamford, Conn., is the Rubble Master dealer for New England and New York. It also is the dealer for Anaconda Conveyors and Remu.

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