Rubble Master RM70GO! Now Available in North America

Mon October 12, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The RM70GO! produces up to 130 tons (118 t) per hour of high-quality aggregate onsite from rubble, asphalt, concrete and natural stone.
The RM70GO! produces up to 130 tons (118 t) per hour of high-quality aggregate onsite from rubble, asphalt, concrete and natural stone.

COR Equipment Sales, Stamford, Conn., now carries the Rubble Master RM70GO! compact recycler.

“We are the first in North America to receive this updated model from Austria,” said D.J. Cavaliere of COR Equipment Sales.

The RM70GO! produces up to 130 tons (118 t) per hour of high-quality aggregate onsite from rubble, asphalt, concrete and natural stone. Any rebar, wire or reinforcing steel is fully separated from the processed material by the high-performance magnetic separator at the start of the discharge belt, according to the manufacturer.

“Weighing less than 21 tons the RM70GO! is a breeze to mobilize from job site to job site on a tag-a-long trailer. With its low fuel consumption and its feed control system the RM70GO! will be one of the most efficient and most versatile recyclers,” Cavaliere said.

The RM70 GO! offers low db noise levels, minimal carbons emissions and an effective dust suppression system.

The RM70GO! is a crusher designed for both experienced recyclers looking for solutions to their mobile crushing needs and also for those who are starting out in the recycling business, according to the manufacturer. The user interface is clear and self-explanatory and operator friendly. Simple and easy maintenance cycles reduce operating costs, and ensure optimum machine service. All key components are centrally positioned and are accessible for servicing from the ground level and the RM70GO! design offers large side and rear servicing doors.

For more information, call 203/569-0339 or visit www.cor-equip.com or www.rm70go.com.




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