Create infrastructure to avoid material shortage delays


Reusing what is available and avoiding wastage at all costs is the key.
How is it done?

By using the carrier machine at the site and installing an MB Crusher unit.

Let’s see how our clients have done it.

Building more infrastructure to connect supply chains across borders and connect households across metropolitan areas can be expensive and could be facing delays due to the global shortage of materials.

Not necessarily as shown by our clients. 

80 km of trenching across the desert

In the Cerro Negro mine in the Atacama region of Chile, 80km of trenching across the desert has been done with an MB-S18 screening bucket and a Doosan DX225LC.

The aim: repurpose the excavated material into the filler.
The outcome:

  • did not purchase filling material

  • avoided transportation across the desert

  • speedy execution of the job

  • environmental friendly, contamination of soil avoided as local sand was reused

Are you waiting for filling material to be brought to your site? Why not use your carrier machine and make your own? 


Reconstruct water pipeline in the city

In Agadir, a port city in Morocco a new water pipeline has been done across the city By employing an MB-S18 screening bucket and using the Caterpillar 315 at the site.

The aim: avoid manual separation of the excavated material to increase safety
The outcome:

  • the excavated material has been sifted obtaining uniform graded material

  • the process was faster

  • the safety at the job site was improved

The result is pretty amazing, they reduced construction costs, avoided waiting for supplies to arrive and used the carrier machine already part of their fleet.

Do you want to speed up your next job? 


Connectivity involves making new railways  

The development of the railway infrastructure network enhances economic developments, as a train line is used to transport goods and facilitate commuting and tourism. In India, they used the Sany SY220 and an MB-S18 screening bucket working along with the actual construction. While in Italy the same rotary bucket model was mounted on a Hitachi EX215 to sift at the quarry, salvaging materials and loading the truck in one unique motion.

The aim: contain costs while producing a huge amount of track ballast
The outcome:

  • cleaning the rocks made the process cost-efficient

  • mixed material, considered waste, was reused

  • in both scenarios, the screening was done where needed

Are you involved with railway construction? 


Crushing downtime of railway maintenance

The renewal of the railway that connects Warsaw to the nearby Polish regions created many old sleepers, our client transformed his carrier into a mobile crusher by installing a jaw crusher bucket BF70.2 to his Atlas 1604 excavator.
He reduced the railway sleepers, obtaining crushed material to be used as a sub-base for the ballast.

Infrastructure: waste nothing and do more with less is what we have been taught by our clients.