Inaccessible Job-Sites: How to Get Rid of Difficulties and Reduce Costs

There’s a method to transform the disadvantages into advantages and it is called MB Crusher

The job site is located on a mountain top, a remote island, in a historical center, or an urban area.   With such an introduction, the first thing that comes to a contractor’s mind is the complexity and cost, daily unforeseen circumstances, and perhaps delays.  Result: low profitability. “We are bound by road transport, therefore demanding or arduous job sites, make the job pricey’’ is a common burden among contractors.

MB Crusher began to see things differently since the first Crusher Bucket, patented in 2001. All MB innovations provide a different perspective: it is not the material that needs to be transported, the machine must process it on-site instead, wherever it is. Result: increased competitiveness, in all those complex sites.

“We are thrilled when our customers tell us we easily reach areas where other machines are unable to go, or would be extremely expensive to take to. It encompasses all our efforts,” says Michelle Cappellari. As MB’s Sales Supervisor, she has a comprehensive insight of needs from around the world. “We look into limitation and constraints as challenges. Our biggest satisfaction is offering to our clients solutions to transform weaknesses into strengths. Useful, convenient, and profitable, even in extreme locations, with our method”.

Consider this example, a basalt quarry located in a remote area. Here the operational change to MB Crusher’s methodology has reformed the process. The extracted material is crushed and reduced to size directly on-site, to be immediately reused for the internal viability of the quarry itself.

Whatever the size of the excavator or job site, it is sufficient to install the MB Crusher Bucket and can handle the product transformation without any effort from the cab. Without trucks coming and going this significantly reduce costs. Moreover there is no need for exceptional freight haulage because the entire MB range can be easily moved to the site, even the Crusher Bucket BF150.10 or the Screening Bucket MB-S23, the biggest in the world.

MB Crusher method has aided several companies operating in historical centers, in limited traffic zones with narrow access routes, constraints linked to noise and dust permits, and often disputed by the residents.

In these cases, MB Crusher began considering the construction site from a different point of view: the professional’s. Using very little space, material is excavated and reduced on site, to create maneuvering space to break up the remaining foundations. The job is facilitated, faster, and more profitable.

With small units, MB Crusher assists in sites with tight space. Avoiding double trips of coming and going material, use of vans or trucks, journeys to landfills, difficult maneuvering that characterize road rebuilding, excavations for aqueducts or for the update of telephone networks. Any noise restrictions can be overcome because MB machines fall within the parameters accepted by regulations: a further practical advantage for any building site.

A global point of reference for this field, MB Crusher provides professionals with the widest range of attachments making construction sites independent and competitive, without limitations from size, location or workload.

All MB equipment have been designed to play an active role in any situation, even the most extreme: there is no limit to the type of site, the location, or fleet. Ranging from 70 ton excavators to 3.5 ton skids steers, including backhoe loaders and telehandlers there is always a suitable match with an MB unit. The installation is straight-forward and fast, whether it is the big units or the smallest of the MB range.

To get to know MB Crusher range and understand which product gives the greatest benefit to a construction site, the company is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: the MB Crusher method is not just innovation but availability, presence and assistance, anywhere in the world . Even where it may seem impossible.

Armenia, BF150.10: the biggest bucket crusher in the world easily reaches even the “impossible” areas

Although it is the largest bucket crusher in the world, it was brought to its destination without the need for exceptional haulage. Installed on a 72ton Doosan DX700LC, the BF150.10 crushed and reduced the basalt directly at the site, in a quarry in a remote location, difficult to reach. The product obtained was useful for the internal quarry viability, eliminating the need to transport to a specialized site for processing. With MB method, the job site has full autonomy and profitability, even in areas that are not practical.

Germany, MB-C50: the crusher bucket aids renovation in historic centers

When renovation and extension are taking place in an inner courtyard, with narrow and difficult space for maneuvering need to be considered, often access is limited and noise and dust must be contained.  With the MB-C50 crusher bucket mounted on a Cat mini-excavator, the work was done with maximum efficiency, in a short time and without money depletion. The client excavated and reduced the foundations at the courtyard, inaccessible to lorries, and then reused the material as substructure for the expansion of a new building.

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