WHEN WORKING ON CONSTRUCTION SITES LOCATED IN OR NEAR A RESIDENTIAL AREA, YOU HAVE TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING RESTRICTIONS:

LIMITED SPACE

Our customer recently demolished a house and was left with an influx of bricks. To properly manage the material left on their small job site, they purchased an MB-L140 crusher bucket.
The unit’s compact size lets them use a skid steer and crush the bricks that would have otherwise sit in a pile, taking up valuable workspace.
By using the MB-L140 crusher bucket they could.

  • save space on their job site
  • generate their material
  • reuse it on their project.

NOISE AND DUST EMISSIONS

Our customer purchased the MB-L200 crusher bucket to crush demolition materials without disturbing those around them for this project. With their site located directly outside someone’s house, they needed to be mindful of how much noise and dust their equipment created to not disturb or inconvenience the neighborhood.  

A STRICT SCHEDULE

When our customer obtained concrete, they wanted to crush it and create their own aggregate instead of sending it to a local recycler. They tried to generate good quality material, but to do so, they couldn’t rush crushing the material. They chose to install the MB-C50 onto their mini-excavator to help them.
Our customer knew that they didn’t have an unlimited amount of time to process materials. With the unit, they were able to:

  • create their materials;
  • work within the given time frame;
  • minimize how much noise they made;
  • didn’t disrupt the neighborhood’s daily life.

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