The importance of infrastructure repair and maintenance


Every day, airports and freight railroads serve virtually all sectors of America’s economy. In November 2021, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) was passed and allocated infrastructure funding for airports, railways, roads, bridges, and public transit throughout the United States.

To help meet this rapid construction demand, MB Crusher provides attachments for large scale projects. Our crusher buckets, screening buckets, and drum cutters have been used on multiple railroad and airport construction sites.

Recycling airport construction materials on-site

BF135.8 Bucket Crusher crushing debris

MB Crusher attachments can adapt to any on-site construction need

The BF135.8 bucket crusher was used to recycle enormous amounts of debris that was hindering airport operations.

Our attachments were able to save our customers time and money again. Our customers were able to reuse the crushed debris as substrate on other construction sites, without having to purchase new raw materials.

The MB-R800 Drum Cutter is the perfect application for precision cutting, as well as grinding compact materials efficiently and accurately

The MB-R800 was used to remove a port’s barriers concrete surface to make sure the new casting adheres to the old surface, providing protection for a major airport project. The MB-R800 can also be used for underwater work, tunnels, pipelines, and road work.

MB Crusher removes obstacles during railway construction

Screening material beside a railway construction site

The MB-S18 Screening Bucket attached to a Sany SY220 excavator was used to screen material beside a railway construction site.

In this project, the contractor decided the best solution for this jobsite was the MB Screening Bucket which helped them to screen a total of 30,000 cubic meters of rail bed and land.

BF70.2 Bucket Crusher installed on an Atlas 1604 excavator

No waste was wasted

Another railway construction project involved our BF70.2 bucket crusher installed on an Atlas 1604. The BF70.2 bucket crusher crushed old, unused sleepers, and the material was reused as a sub-base for subsequent laying of ballast. This saved the customer processing times, because the material was already on-site.

In addition to saving time, the customer was also able to save money by processing and recycling all of their materials on-site.

Thus, no waste was wasted.

MB Crusher attachments are extremely versatile on construction sites, regardless of the location’s size.

Learn more about how MB Crusher attachments can be used on your next infrastructure project.