RubbleBuster working well in coal

This RubbleBuster SR500, combining well in a coal crushing application crushing the oversize coal and recirculating the crushed material back to a Terex Finlay 683, was recently supplied by Pilot Crushtec to their French dealer (Fig.). According to export sales manager Paul Chappel, the two companies have a long-standing relationship and when the client decided to purchase an easily transportable crusher for hire to a variety of end-users, the ­RubbleBuster was a natural choice. “On the strength of its price, usability and mobility, backed by a complete service package, the RubbleBuster is an outstanding contender in this niche market,” he says. The RubbleBuster illustrated, was ordered directly from Pilot Crushtec at Bauma 2010 in ­Munich/Germany.

 

Pilot Crushtec (SA) (Pty) Ltd., Boksburg (ZA),
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