“I’ve chosen an MB Crusher unit because I needed to solve my primary crushing needs”

This quote has come from one of our clients that works in quarries in the state of Odisha. His existing crushing plant is composed of two static crusher units used for secondary crushing, breaking down inert material coming from the quarry. Feed material for the secondary crusher plant was being produced by first blasting the rock and then manually breaking to a size of 200mm down.

We highlighted to the client that this type of process can be exponentially improved as it came with numerous disadvantages and inefficiencies: with no control over the manual breaking process and the resulting stones' dimensions, the non uniform feed size can cause significant damage to the secondary crushing unit and negatively influence its productivity rate. For our Indian clients, this problem causes down time for repair, loss of efficiency, cost increases and loss of competitiveness. Furthermore, with such a solution one is dependent on the reliability of the manual labour and hence exposed to another additional variable.

So what have been the primary advantages for having chosen MB?

  • No risk of breakage of the secondary crushing units thanks to the optimal output size derived from the crushing operation of MB's bucket crusher
  • Elimination of premature consumption / wear and tear of secondary crushing units' spare parts and components, and hence lower maintenance costs
  • Exponential reduction of manual labour requirements
  • Significant gains in productivity thanks to smaller and more uniform secondary crushing input size
“I’ve chosen an MB Crusher unit because I needed to solve my primary crushing needs”

MB Crusher enhances productivity and profitability in quarries within the indian territory

The first solution pondered by the client was that of acquiring a static primary crusher. But all solutions were resulting very costly and required large amount of space which was a constraint for the client. Having seen our videos that can be found on YouTube, the Client sent a request on our website and our India team got in immediate contact with them. 

We then introduced our solution, a BF 90.3 model MB bucket crusher. Mounted on a Hyundai excavator, our model BF 90.3 is crushing material with an output of 135 mm down, which is then in turn crushed via the secondary crushing units in a much more productive and consistent manner. 

The bucket crusher from MB is in fact not just an auxiliary item, it is a core equipment for any crushing need, installed on the primary operating equipment, whether it be an excavator, a backhoe loader, mini loader or skid steer loader, of any size and make.

When using MB bucket crusher you can move, crush and recycle inert material directly on site. That is not all, with MB products you can access difficult to reach areas and austere territories, working with full agility even in the smallest of spaces.

Moreover, as is the case for the client in Odisha working in a quarry, MB bucker crusher is able to replace and/or complement existing crushing plants, whether static or mobile.

Treating the material with MB products at the primary crushing stage tremendously improves downstream operations thanks to the consistent output and adjustable size of the material crushed with MB bucket crusher. In fact, MB's patented system ensures the achievement of the expected manufacturing targets and a strong reduction in costs linked to consumables, even with particularly sturdy materials. Even large companies, which in their own quarries already own large crushing installations, ever more often decide to equip themselves with MB crusher buckets, which add a degree of on ate flexibility, allowing them to adequately satisfy many site specific situations / constraints and production processes.