RubbleCrusher makes its World of Concrete debut

A RubbleCrusher crusher on display at World of Concrete

RubbleCrusher attended its first World of Concrete in January and debuted its new RCS48T Screen.

The RCS48T enables the screening of material right on site, allowing for production of three different material sizes on one mobile machine. The RCS48T weighs just under 3,650 kg and has a large 1.2-metre x 2.4-metre top deck and a 1.2-metre x 1.8-metre bottom deck. 

As well, the screen can be fed directly with an excavator or skid steer. This mobile screen is ideal for those hard-to-access areas because of its compact size.

RubbleCrusher was started in the United Kingdom in 1996 to provide a zero-waste solution to contribute to a circular economy for small to medium construction and recycling projects. RubbleCrusher designs, manufactures and sells smaller crushers that are mounted on trailers, skids or tracks and can be transported with a truck for ease of mobility from site to site.

The company, a subsidiary of the McLanahan Corporation, signed its first North American dealer last year after exhibiting at ConExpo for the first time. 

At World of Concrete, RubbleCrusher also showcased its track-mounted jaw crusher. This crusher is fast to deploy on job sites and save operators money by eliminating hauling costs to and from the job site. The RC150T unit also weighs just under 3,650 kg and enables the operator to recycle construction and demolition waste materials for use on site, without having to pay to remove materials or bring in new aggregate for jobs.

The RC150T is mounted on tracks, making mobility on site possible by remote control.

Using a 65-cm x 35-cm jaw crusher module, the RC150T is capable of producing product as large as 10 cm and as low as 1.5 cm.

The hydraulic driven crusher allows for a crusher reversing function to assist with any blockages caused by uncrushable materials.