MB Crusher America to Present Crushing, Screening Demos At World of Concrete 2017

Wed January 04, 2017 - Southeast Edition #1
Construction Equipment Guide


Over the years, MB Crusher America Inc. has drawn crowds to its World of Concrete booth with its live crushing demonstrations. The company has featured attachments designed for excavators and loaders. This year, the company will be screening live for the first time at World of Concrete 2017.

MB Crusher has expanded its product line to include a new line of screening attachments designed for skid loaders, loaders and backhoes. At its booth, #O30619, in the Silver Lot, MB plans to feature a MB-LS140 screening attachment along with its MB-L140 crusher attachment.

“Our attachments are solutions. When you use our attachments, you will be saving the time it takes to process and transport materials. You can then begin to save money from any additional cost. This is the type of independence contractors can gain,” said Max Ravazzolo, C.E.O. of MB Crusher America. “You work with your own materials. Down the line, you can generate new revenue for your company with the materials you create.”

The MB-LS140 is the smallest unit in the MB-LS series. It is designed as a trommel screen for loaders and skid loaders weighing 5,700 pounds. It has a load capacity of 0.66 cu. yd. (.5 cu m) and a basket depth of 21 in. (53 cm). It is created with a cone-shaped basket to increase production and allow contractors to quickly sift through material without residue. The MB-LS140 can screen mixed materials, sift wet and dry materials, and clean superficial powder from natural stones.

Similar to previous shows, MB will also be crushing concrete at a 6-in. (15 cm) minus with its MB-L140 crusher bucket. The MB-L140 is designed for skid loaders, loaders and backhoes. It has an adjustable output with a 29 in. (74 cm) wide by 10 in. (25 cm) high mouth opening, and has a load capacity of 0.3 cu. yd. (.23 cu m). It crushes hollow core walls, reinforced and non-reinforced concrete, natural stone and asphalt into reusable aggregate materials for base or fill.

In addition to crushing and screening attachments, MB offers 360 degree rotation grapples and dual head rotary drum cutters for a wide scope of work, which includes demolition and excavation, road work, quarries, mining, pipeline work and environmental reclamation projects.

MB's attachments use the hydraulic system on excavators, skid loaders and backhoes, and allow contractors the flexibility to work in tight areas, difficult access locations, steep slopes and urban areas. Contractors will be able to reuse materials immediately at the job site and provide a greener option in recycling waste materials. By reusing the materials, contractors and businesses can begin saving time and money in reducing waste and trucking costs.

Visit Booth #O30619 in the Silver lot to see the crushing action and learn more about MB.

For information, visit www.mbamerica.com.

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