A ‘’good home’’ for MB Crusher Bucket
Norway – city of Trondheim. The words ‘heim’ means ‘home’ and the word ‘Trond’ means ‘a good place’, i.e. ‘a good place to live’, or ‘a good home’.
Trondheim holds a special place in Norwegian history and culture. It was the first capital of Norway until 1217.
Fast-forward several centuries, and nowadays it is considered the country capital of technology, in fact the university town of Trondheim is a tech junkie's paradise and a history nerd's dream. It is also where SINTEF, the science research center, is doing some of the world's most important work in environmentally-friendly technologies.
And here is also where an MB Crusher Bucket BF 135.8 is crushing local hard basalt rock, preserving the surrounding while expanding the client Kjell Lian AS own firm. Or reducing local rocks to be used as base for a new private hospital with an enchanting lake view.
The rocks are blown up with dynamite, and then sized down with an MB crusher bucket, flattening the land and getting it ready for the expansion plan. No extra expenses, no haulage needed, no extra machines. The operation is entirely done on-site with the excavator already available.
It can be considered a beauty meet the beast moment. Where the fabulous city surrounded by lovely forested hills, with the Nidelva river winding through the town meets the BF135.8 Crusher Bucket rough power. A combo with its very own happy ever after.