RM crusher unit replaces jaw and cone combination in Indonesia

T‌he first mobile RM crusher in Gorontalo/Indo­nesia, has been in operation since spring 2017. The new RM 70GO! 2.0 replaces several machines at once: instead of using the jaw crusher combined with a cone crusher, this ­mobile crusher unit processes in a single pass the extremely hard river basalt that is needed for road building. As a consequence, the mobile crusher makes a significant contribution to building infrastructure in Indonesia.

 

Stevie Kusumaharja is proud of the good quality of the ­infrastructure project that his company PT. Anugerah Andalan Perkasa is currently working on. Quality and efficiency are especially important to him and his business partners at PT. Anugerah Andalan Perkasa, which is why he was searching for a high quality alternative system for processing river basalt and discovered RUBBLE MASTER. PT. Kusumaharja was looking for a crusher that was able to handle the extreme conditions encountered while crushing abrasive basalt in style. The RM 70GO! 2.0 is more effective and more cost efficient that the previously used combination of jaw crusher and cone crusher. With the RM crusher unit, PT. Anugerah Andalan Perkasa now processes the same volume of 0/63 river basalt with fewer machines and less wear, saving fuel and producing a higher quality final material.

 

Not only the new owner, but also the local residents in Gorontalo, were delighted to welcome the new RUBBLE MASTER crusher in spring 2017. During an official ceremony with more than 100 visitors, the first RM 70GO! 2.0 belonging to PT. Anugerah Andalan Perkasa received its blessing. The mobile crusher has since been working every day processing extremely hard river basalt up to a size of 500 mm. The material from the nearby river is refined to produce 0/63 basalt aggregate and the company delivers 800 t/d to the road building projects in North Sulawesi.

 

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