Rubble Master, a market leader in compact crushing, focuses on the best weight to throughput ratio with maximum efficiency, best service and digital support. At ConExpo Rubble Master exhibited the RM 70GO! 2.0 crusher in combination with itsRM HS3500M screen, the RM 120GO! with the RM MSC8500M-2D as well as the RM MTS2010S.
RM crushers and screens are major players in American construction and demolition machinery fleets and have been for 20 years. High profile sites in the center of Manhattan, in Hawaii and on Route 66 are locations where the full potential of RM equipment has been unleashed.
Rubble Master mobile crushers and screens are major players in U.S. and Canadian construction and demolition industries. Celebrating 20 years in North America, Rubble Master has been called on to provide the finest crushing and screening equipment on high profile sites in the center of Manhattan, the Hawaiian Islands and on Route 66.
Hills Machinery Company LLC announced Nov. 8 that it has partnered with Prophet Equity II LP to make an equity investment to acquire an interest in Hills Machinery.
Headquartered in Columbia, S.C., with seven locations that serve North and South Carolina, Hills is one of the largest Case Construction dealerships in the United States, with a focus on heavy equipment offered by Case Construction, Terex Trucks, a full line of recycling products, and other leading construction equipment manufacturers.
Groff Tractor is among the first of Rubble Master's dealer network to tour and see firsthand Rubble Master's manufacturing facility in Northern Ireland. To meet increasing customer demands, Rubble Master acquired a screen manufacturing facility earlier this year, building scalping screens, incline screens and track mounted stackers.
Rubble Master held its annual Live Demo Days — a three-day live demonstration of the full line of crushers, screens and tracked stackers — at Winzinger's Recycling yard in Franklinville, N.J., May 8 to 10.
This national event allowed contractors a first-hand look at all crushers and screens offered by Rubble Master
With more than 80 people in attendance each day, the event was a huge success for Rubble Master.
For many years, Rubble Master customers demanded a bigger crusher. The wait is over. The RM 120GO! is Rubble Master's latest addition, biggest crusher and newest flagship impactor.
The RM 120GO! is ideal for custom crushing contractors, large asphalt paving contractors, road builders, demolition contractors and material producers, offering them production capacity of up to 385 tph (349 t) without sacrificing mobility.
Rubble Master (RM) has acquired Northern Ireland-based screen manufacturer Maximus.
Maximus was founded in 2004 and currently employs 120 people. The company's products will complement the existing range of RM products. For customers and dealers, RM's acquisition of Maximus will result in a full line of crushing, recycling and screening products that will be available with the same reliable RM lifetime support and complete parts and service support customers expect, according to RM.
Billy Todd, 108 Excavating, uses his Rubble Master RM90GO! compact crusher to recycle concrete and asphalt on Route 66 in Flagstaff, Ariz. Rubble Master is a manufacturer of compact crushers, recyclers and screening plants. 108 Excavating, owned and operated by Todd, is a contractor specializing in excavation, demolition, land clearing, trenching, and fine and rough grading throughout northern Arizona.
Rubble Master has released a new video clip featuring the RM 90GO! track mounted impact crusher. In the video, the company's Crushing & Recycling Specialist Geoffrey conducts a product walk-around so industry professionals can learn about the flexibility, versatility, transportability & benefits of the RM 90GO!.
At the end of the day, ready mixed concrete producers are often left with excess concrete in their concrete trucks, and not many options for disposal. One option is simple: haul it off to a landfill for disposal. A second choice is akin to using your lemons to make lemonade: crushing the leftover concrete to be re-used, which is both an environmental and monetary win.