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Wireless control crusher produces flint aggregate

2000 rubble master tippers r us

Ipswich-based aggregate supplier Tippers ‘R’ Us has taken delivery of a Rubble Master RM 90GO! with integrated screenbox and recirculating conveyor at its Kesgrave site.

The RM is a powerful, versatile and profitable impact crusher available through Red Knight 6. With an efficient diesel consumption, it can process up to 160 tonnes an hour of material into quality recycled aggregate.

Using the wireless remote control, the RM can be operated from the safety of an excavator loading the crusher. Feed speed is adjusted from the remote control.

All RM impact crushers can be tracked while crushing is taking place, causing no interruption to the process. Because it can be operated by one person and has low wear costs, it helps to save time and money. And thanks to its compactness and manoeuvrability, it can be used wherever needed.

Commenting on the purchase, Tippers managing director Guy Nicholls said: “We had been receiving more and more enquiries for a 10 and 20mm flint product and researched the market for the best machine to produce it.

“We contacted Red Knight which offered us a demonstration of an RM 90GO! with a screenbox and re-feed conveyor. We were pleased with the quality and homogenous product that the Rubble Master produced and placed our order. We also saw the benefit of being able to add a machine of this calibre to our hire fleet.”

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