Stars of the Big Screen
Rubble Master are known by many for their market leading crushers, but it is their range of tracked scalping and sizing screens that are currently taking the market by storm.
Since purchasing the Maximus facility in 2018 Rubble Master have invested a lot in making the improvements to the range at the RM Dungannon factory and bringing the expertise from their crushers to the range of screens. There has been close cooperation in product development between the RM headquarters in Linz and RM Dungannon, with the RM HS3500M being the first product developed between the two sites.
By uniting the knowledge of Rubble Master in building compact, electrified crushers and the experience of the RM Dungannon in building outstanding screens there has been improved product quality and reduced machine production time. UK dealer Red Knight 6 Ltd (RK6) is starting to see that investment pay off with several recent deals completed and excellent customer feedback.
“We completed a few demonstrations of the scalpers last year and the feedback was fantastic. The improvements to the hydraulics, screen size and power unit were exactly what customers hoped for, the scalpers consistently exceeded expectations,” said Paul Donnelly, Managing Director at RK6.
Now the RK6 team are seeing increased interest in the sizing/finishing range. The MSC range is made up of the MSC5700M 2 deck and the MSC8500M and MSC10500M, both available in 2 and 3 deck variants. Each of the machines benefits from a heavy-duty vibrating tipping grid with a 9.2m³ hopper and easy to change screens.
“We are hearing the same feedback from customers regarding the finishers, they are exceeding customers expectations and consistently provide the right size of material from a multitude of screen options,” continued Paul.
Thanks to further collaboration between the RM headquarters in Linz and the screening facility in Dungannon a fully electrified hybrid model is now available, the MSC8500e. It is something that has long been a feature of the crushing machines, but the same technology has been incorporated into the screeners, another example of the two sites working closely together for the benefit of customers.
“Efficiency of operation is key but the ability to reduce fuel costs and have a positive environmental impact is crucial. We’ve seen a genuine improvement across both screening ranges and our customers are benefitting from that as well,” finished Paul.
For more information visit www.redknight6.co.uk or call 01293 862 619