World’s Largest Crusher Bucket on Display at Washington Demo
The BF150.10 weighs in at 23,150 lb. (10,500 kg), and it is designed as an attachment for excavators exceeding 154,000 lb. (69,853 kg).
📅 Mon September 14, 2015 - National Edition
The world’s largest crusher bucket, the BF150.10, was displayed for attendees to view.
MB America Inc. partnered with Barker Enterprises to bring a live demonstration of its crushing and screening attachments for excavators and high-flow skid steers, with the world’s largest crusher bucket on display, in Washington at Corliss Resources, Inc.
Attendees saw crusher bucket models designed for both excavators and high-flow skid steers and a screening bucket model for excavators. The crusher buckets were crushing hollow core walls, reinforced and normal concrete, 10-inch minus river rock, natural stone and asphalt.
“See for yourself how remarkable this technology is. You wouldn’t find anything like our crushing and screening attachments on the market,” said Miriano Ravazzolo, CEO of MB America.
Along with the demonstration, the world’s largest crusher bucket, the BF150.10, was displayed for attendees to view.
The BF150.10 weighs in at 23,150 lb. (10,500 kg), and it is designed as an attachment for excavators exceeding 154,000 lb. (69,853 kg). It has a load capacity of 3.2 cu. yds. (2.45 cu m), a bucket opening of 57 x 28 in. (144.78 x 71.12 cm) and is capable of a production between 78 and 160 cu. yds. (59.6 and 122.33 cu m) per hour, making it an ideal addition to any team working in a pit, quarry, or any large-scale construction project.
"I am very excited about our new relationship with MB America and am looking forward to sharing their amazing technology as the Washington State Dealer,” Lynn Barker, owner of Barker Enterprises.
According to MB, their attachments allow businesses to reuse the materials immediately at the job site and provide a greener option in recycling waste materials, which often sit for months before businesses can transport them to a crushing plant or to bring one in. The process can take weeks to get rid of waste and cost businesses thousands of dollars. With the crushing and screening attachments, businesses can save time and money to get the job done, while reducing waste and trucking.
MB offers crushing and screening attachments, grapples, universal quick couplings and iron separators for a wide scope of work that includes demolition and excavation, road work, quarries, mines, pipeline work and environmental reclamation projects.
For information, visit www.mbamerica.com, or call 855/622-7874.
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