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MB Crusher turns mobile plants into one-machine operation at ConExpo 2017
Demo Features Quick Change Between Crushing & Screening Attachments
People often say go big or go home. MB Crusher – together with its branch office MB America, Inc. - has been big this year at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 in Las Vegas, crushing and screening with an excavator and skid loader, turning each equipment into its own one-machine mobile plant.
Where every major construction industry has been represented amongst more than 2,500 exhibitors over 2,500,000 square feet and more than 150 education sessions including asphalt, aggregates, concrete, earthmoving, lifting, mining, utilities and more, CONEXPO-CON/AGG brought construction professionals from across all disciplines.
In 2017 edition, at the company’s 4,000-sq.-ft demo area, MB has been demonstrating to attendees how quickly they can have a mobile plant at their work site by switching between the crushing and screening attachments.
Since last ConExpo in 2014, MB Crusher has expanded its product line to include a new line of screening attachments designed for skid loaders, loaders and backhoes; 360-degree rotation grapples; and dual head rotary drum cutters.
At its demo area in the Silver Lot, MB Crusher has been featuring four machines, crushing and screening concrete debris and granite rocks : the BF120.4 crusher attachment and the MB-S18 screening attachment on an excavator, and the MB-L140 crusher attachment and MB-LS140 screening attachment on a skid loader.
In addition to the live demonstrations, MB Crusher had its drum cutter and grapple models on static display. Both product lines were introduced in late 2015 and early 2016.
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.