Two new innovations from MB, the undisputed world leader for the production and sale of equipment for the earth moving and demolition sectors. The year 2013 has begun with two very interesting innovations in the form of two small treasures that complete the wide range of MB products: the new model MB-S10 Screening Bucket and the brand new MB-C50 Crusher Bucket.
Small, compact, light, the two MB buckets are suitable for midi diggers from 4 to 8 tonnes and are ideal for use on small sites.
The new MB-S10 Screening Bucket weighs 445 kg and has a capacity of 0.6 m3, offering those advantages that only MB products are capable of providing: high quality, reduced management costs and a saving on time. Developed using the same materials and the same technology as the already well-known MB Screening Buckets, the MB-S10 is easy to transport, manoeuvrable and highly competitive and can also be used for gardening work.
The latest addition, the MB-C50 is the smallest in the Crusher Bucket range. Small, light (to make installation and use easier), the new MB-C50 cuts down on processing costs and times and eliminates needless transportation costs. One-of-a-kind and certified, like the entire MB range, it is the only holder of the double jaw movement patent, to ensure the highest productivity on all sites.
The new Crusher Bucket weighs 750 kg and has a loading capacity of 0.25 m3.
And so two new products that once again demonstrate the continuous commitment of the Vicenza-based company to innovate and be innovative, creating more and more cutting-edge work tools which are adaptable and for basic use; a feature all of its products.
Once again, MB upholds its successes and continues to invest in research and development, focusing on the specialisation of top-performing and high-quality unique products. Competitive products that give sites an added value, allowing for a decisive saving in management costs and real earnings in terms of time and efficiency.
The two new buckets will be officially unveiled at Bauma 2013, where MB will have an indoor stand (hall 5, no. 408), a promotional point (between pavilions A6 and B6) and a demo area (F8 N832/3).