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Since the launch of its first patented crusher bucket, MB Crusher has continued to add accessories to help contractors complete their jobs. While the company has added new machines to its range, most of its older models are still in operation.

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“Our goal has always been to make lasting units with unaltered production performances. Our fleet of machines and accessories is constantly improving, and we are proud to say that almost all the units we made are still in action to date. The ‘new’ is not created to replace the ‘old’ but to join force and respond in a personalized and winning manner to the customer needs and the market requirements,” says Diego Azzolin, MB Crusher Production Director.

“When our sales reps tell me about our machines in action for the last decade and still working, l consider it as one of the best compliments, as it is proof that our goal has been achieved and, above all, that the investment made in our products continues to be profitable”.

For example, one of the company’s Crusher Bucket BF120.4 units has been working for more than 10 years at a quarry in Slovenia. Based in Polhov Gradec, 30 kilometres from Ljubljana the quarry focuses on dolomitic rocks, and the only substantial maintenance required on the MB Crusher unit was the replacement of the belts – a simple operation done on site with no need for any specialised technicians or workshops.

In Germany, a successful Bavarian earthmoving and demolition company bought a BF70.2 in 2011. In 2012, the company expanded its field of activities and acquired a screening bucket MB-S14 with two mesh sizes – one for soil processing and one for rubble pre-selection. In 2017, the company expanded its fleet further with a new generation crusher bucket MB Crusher BF70.2 S4 in order to recycle concrete, masonry and rubble. According to the company, the three generations of MB Crusher buckets coexist perfectly and “represent the main spark of our development toward new job opportunities and profitability”.

Similarly, General Scavi & Trasporti in Verona, Italy bought an MB Crusher jaw crusher bucket BF90.3 to be used in volumetric reduction tasks in 2007. In 2009, when the company added new wheeled excavators to its fleet, it chose the smaller MB Crusher jaw crusher bucket BF70.2. “There is no difference in terms of strength and productivity – proved at work in the yard. The BF70.2 has been working for 7 years, it crushes without fail resistant concrete blocks and mixed material and it is still absolutely reliable,” a General Scavi & Trasporti representative says.

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