Rubblemaster continues global expansion at HillheadPublished 10/10 at 13:32
“Twenty years ago, Rubblemaster introduced the technology of compact crushing to the UK, and demand for our machines is higher than ever,” says Gerald Hanisch, chief executive, Rubblemaster.
“We are the original manufacturers of compact crushing machines, and are still the best. When others were tentatively beginning to think about recycling construction and demolition by products, we developed an innovative machine and created the market for on-site recycling.”
The confidence shown in its products explains why the company gave focus at Hillhead to the RM 70GO! 2.0, which was exhibited at the stand, and the RM 90GO! which impressed when put through its paces on the demonstration area. Interest in the RM 120GO!, Rubblemaster’s biggest and newest machine, was also high despite it not being at the show.
“Over the years, we have stayed true to our core competencies of developing, manufacturing, selling and servicing crushers in the compact class, and this has served us well as we became the global market leaders in the area,” says Gerald Hanisch. “Rubblemaster crushers have the best weight to size ratio worldwide, with the highest throughput capacity in each class, and are all controlled and operated in exactly the same way. We have spent the last 27 years perfecting our crushers, and our experience is seen in the excellent quality and reliability of the 3,050 sold. Our recent acquisition of Northern Ireland’s screen manufacturer Maximus, means that the original manufacturer of compact crushing machines now has 300 employees and 80 dealerships across 110 countries.”
The partnership with Maximus will see Rubblemaster continue to expand beyond the recent joint development of the RM HS3500M, and intensify development in the areas of electrification for Maximus screeners and single source crushing. This will complement Rubblemaster’s on-going innovation programme that has produced the quietest fleet in the industry, with average noise emissions of 110dB against the industry average of more than 115dB.
Highlighting the features of the product range, recently a RM 70G0! 2.0 was seen as the ideal solution for the space and environmental requirements, including that of noise, for the cramped Camden Market site in London. The machine took just five days to crush 4,000t of material at a construction site near the famous market, while staying within the inner-city noise parameters. The design elements within the RM 70GO! 2.0, such as its noise reducing engine compartment, engine mounting and optimised ventilation slots, make it one of the quietest impact crushers in the industry.
In addition to manufacturing high performance and versatile crushers, service and the Rubblemaster spirit are what the company claims set it apart from its competition. Since 1991, long term partnerships, and customer satisfaction have been given the highest priority. The company provides worldwide around the clock support, with the RM service centre providing all spares and parts needed for operating every type of Rubblemaster crusher and screen system available on the market.