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Compact, high production impact crusher to make Australian debut

The high performance RM 120GO! impact crusher from Rubble Master is on its way to Australia, with the first units set to arrive in November.

As the largest crusher in the Rubble Master line-up, the 35-tonne RM 120GO! is designed for custom crushing contractors, large asphalt paving contractors, road builders, demolition contractors and material producers.

It promises the production capacity of much heavier classes of machine – up to 350 tonnes per hour (tph) – with the mobility and usability of a compact crusher.

The RM 120GO! can be unloaded and set up for crushing in a closed-circuit configuration in less than 20 minutes without the need of any special hand tools.

The mobile crusher features an 1170mm rotor and a 3.6m x 1.5m (12’ x 5’) on-board screendeck while weighing about 41 tonnes in closed circuit configuration. This mobility opens up high production markets for Rubble Master where the transportation of heavier machines is a major issue.

While the RM 120GO! crusher is new to Australia, the machine has been exceeding performance expectations on the European market for more than three years.

The Australian distributor for Rubble Master is 888 Crushing & Screening Equipment (888CSE), headquartered in Perth. Its policy is to ensure any new crushers have been tried and tested close to the factory before importing new products into Australia. This makes sure everything is bulletproof.

Gerald Hanish, the owner and CEO of Rubble Master stated: “We’ve always looked at the crushing industry differently. I didn’t understand why a large capacity machine had to be more than 45,000kg. To be honest, I didn’t like the way the table was set, so I flipped over the table.”

Like all Rubble Master impact crushers, the RM 120GO! features a diesel-over-electric drive system that burns up to 33 per cent less fuel than same size diesel-hydraulic crushers, promising a more profitable operation and lower cost per tonne of ownership.

“Thanks to the diesel-electric drive and the wide core radiator, overheating problems are virtually non-existent on all the Rubble Master machines,” Hanisch said.

Reliability and uptime of the diesel-electric drive is also typically higher than hydraulic driven crushers.

Rubble Master has been manufacturing crushers for 27 years and is currently represented in 110 countries. The company is a popular compact crushing solution in most major markets.

888CSE has been the sole Australian dealer for Rubble Master crushers since 2016. The company has many successful references to date for the smaller RM 90GO! (24-tonne) and RM100GO! (29-tonne) impact crushers, which it has in stock for immediate sale or hire.  

Source: 888 Crushing & Screening Equipment

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