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MB Crusher unveils BF 150.10 and MB-L 160 crushing buckets


May 16, 2012
By Andrew Macklin


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img_1599May 16th,
2012 – MB Crusher used last month’s Intermat show in Paris, France to introduce
two new crushing buckets, set to appear in the Canadian marketplace in the
coming months.

img_1599May 16th,
2012 – MB Crusher used last month’s Intermat show in Paris, France to introduce
two new crushing buckets, set to appear in the Canadian marketplace in the
coming months.

 

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The new
BF 150.10 is built to be one of the biggest, if not the biggest, crushing
bucket in the world. Suitable for excavators that are 70 tonnes or greater,
this 10-ton crusher provides a portable solution for large quarries.  The 150.10 features a 2.3 cubic metre load
capacity, a 1500mm length by 750mm high bucket loading opening, and a crusher
output adjustment of 100mm-200mm. The BF 150.10 is by far the largest of the
company’s five crushing bucket sizes built for excavators.

 

img_0476The new
MB-L 160 crushing bucket is specially built for skid loader, loader, and
backhoe applications. Boasting a 0.3 cubic metre load capacity, the smallest
crushing bucket in the MB product line is built to be mobile for residential,
commercial, and environmental remediation situations. Weighing in at just 1.35
tonnes, the MB-L160 has a 1185mm length by 280mm high bucket loading opening, a
15mm to 50mm crusher output adjustment, and a maximum production output
suggested at 22.5 tonnes per hour. There is also a MB-L 200 model, a slightly
larger version of the 160 built for smaller mobile applications.

 

For more
information about the portable crushing options available from MB Crusher,
visit their website at www.mbcrusher.com.