MB Crusher at INTERMAT 2024

Today, being independent on the job site is essential to be competitive. The solution is to optimize the sites by using the machines already there. All you need is a heavy machine, regardless of its weight, an operator, an MB Crusher attachment and a visit to both booths at INTERMAT, where MB CRUSHER will exhibit for the first time in full the range of equipment dedicated to compact machines, at Intermat 2024 in Paris. The show will reflect the potential of the machines working as if they were on a job site.

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Crusher buckets, trommel and padding buckets, hydraulic cutters and sorting grapple: as the heavy line, the MB Crusher compact range does not change work habits: it improves them. Not just a complement to the carrier machine, as MB crusher attachments also expand their functionality and, consequently enhance new job opportunities for companies. As told by the customers who use them on their construction sites.

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Waste is reused on site

With a MECALAC 8MCR excavator and an MB-C50 crusher bucket, a French company specialized in groundworks and construction of swimming pools reuses the demolition waste instead of sending it to the landfill, thus reducing disposal costs, and pollution while respecting the residential area where they work.

 

Topsoil must be preserved in Versailles

The customer installed an MB Crusher MB-S10 screening bucket on a 10-tonne Mecalac and was able to screen the cuttings to obtain topsoil - a natural resource that must be preserved - to create flowerbeds and refill the gardens of the Palace of Versailles.

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If I move it, I do it safely

A landscaping company has chosen an MB-G350 sorting grapple that fits on its Bobcat E27 mini excavator to safely move branches, trunks, brambles and twigs.

 

Sifting even when is humid

Installed on the Doosan DX63 excavator, the MB-HDS212 padding bucket allows an earthmoving company to sort and recycle as much construction waste as possible. Once recycled, the materials can be reused or resold. Waste management reduces the impact on the environment and saves the company money on the purchase of new materials.

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From resource to waste – From waste to resource

Intermat 2024 is also and above all sustainability – decarbonisation is indeed the theme of this edition – at a time when the environmental emergency must come to the forefront of the various agents. And MB Crusher attachments mean sustainability because they allow waste to become a resource, to be reused, they reduce emissions by avoiding the constant back and forth of trucks, and they send the strong message that the valorization of inert materials is the true wealth of all production. And also for the companies themselves.

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