First publishedin World Highways
The MB Crusher units are said to be both versatile and easy to transport
MB Crusher is keen to develop its market presence in India, given the country’s growing construction sector.
A strong focus on infrastructure development by the Indian Government, particularly for highway building, has resulted in a healthy market for off-highway machines.
MB Crusher attended the recent Excon 2017 construction equipment exhibition in Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. The firm’s branch office, MB India, participated at this edition and organised a demonstration area with its machines working. Visitors had the opportunity to view MB crusher attachments in use and see their respective uses on construction sites. The units can be used on any excavator or skid steer loader or compact loader model and can help to reduce the amount of other equipment required at the operation. The units suit duties on compact sites where there may be insufficient room for an entire crushing and screening plant. MB crusher attachments are versatile solutions in these types of scenario and customers can save time and money out in the field by mounting the units on a skid steer loader or an excavator.
The machines can be used for crushing inert materials that will be subsequently used to form the stabilised pavement for road foundations, providing an additional revenue stream. The units can be used in conjunction with the excavator and employed at all urban worksites. This includes construction sites located in tight spaces as well as in mountainous or hilly areas, where the use of a traditional crusher would not be feasible due to the difficulty in transport. The units also offer cost savings for transport.