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Wed September 28, 2011 - National Edition
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The crusher bucket works by taking advantage of the excavator system and can be used in many fields of application.
The crusher bucket works by taking advantage of the excavator system and can be used in many fields of application.

It has been 10 years since MB made the crusher bucket available to the earth movement world. The crusher bucket works by taking advantage of the excavator system and can be used in many fields of application.

Today, MB’s crusher bucket has crossed all borders, from the Far East (the company recently opened a branch in Japan) to the “Stars & Stripes” States (where another branch was opened) all the way to South America and Oceania, and did not stop even when faced with the cold stones of Siberia or the burning hot ones of Nigeria.

Of all the various fields of applications, the MB crusher bucket is especially useful during excavation and filling jobs, according to the manufacturer.

Usually, during excavations and the jobs that follow, the soil must be dug up, the debris material loaded onto trucks and taken to the nearest dump for disposal, with the trucks then returning to the work site and so on. The excavation site must then be filled in again, thus requiring other trips to the waste dump, but this time to purchase the same material that was dumped just a few days before, which in the meantime has been crushed and prepared in the right size to fill in the trenches.

Obviously, the material must be paid for and hauled to the work site.

Using an MB crusher bucket reduces costs and times needed for the disposal and procurement process, up to fully eliminating them.

In fact, the material is already at the work site, where it can be reused after having gone through demolition processes using pneumatic hammers and pliers. Subsequently, with the MB crusher bucket the material is collected and crushed in the desired diameter and unloaded directly by the bucket onto the truck or in another location, and can thus be used again, for example, to build yards, road embankments, drainage works and to fill in various excavations.

The MB crusher bucket is especially useful for laying special piping in difficult soil, according to the manufacturer.

The crusher bucket is easy to transport, has low maintenance costs, does not require an additional operator other than the one who operates the excavator and saves fuel that would have been used up by a mobile crusher, which would in any event be powered by an excavator.

For more information, visit www.mbcrusher.com.