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Latest update: 01.08.2022
MB Crusher
TEL: 8007237174
FAX: +49 (0) 74789290529
Linprunstraße 49
D-80335   München
Germany
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MB is a leading manufacturer of equipment, machinery and accessories for the construction, demolition and recycling industries. Applicable to any type of excavator, MB products are the most effective means in constructions and excavations, but also in special applications such as quarries, mines and environmental rehabilitations, for crushing, screening and separating inert materials directly on site to reuse it or allocate it to other uses.
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 Crusher buckets,  Screening buckets,  Crushing,
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 Crusher buckets - recycling
 Screening buckets - recycling
 Crushing - demolition

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Hydraulik-Paule 10 years exclusive dealer for MB Crusher products The company Hydraulik-Paule visited MB Crusher in Fara Vicentino
Hydraulik-Paule 10 years exclusive dealer for MB Crusher products
The company Hydraulik-Paule visited MB Crusher in Fara Vicentino On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of a successful cooperation, Johann Paulus (owner), Manuel Paulus (junior/rental park), Claudia Ligensa (administration) and Margit Paulus (administration) from the company Hydraulik-Paule GmbH & Co. KG paid a visit to MB Crusher. The first contact was already in 2010, but it should take another 2 years until MB got the confidence of Johann Paulus to start with a successful cooperation. In 2012, finally, the first demonstration of a BF70.2 in freezing cold. Demonstrated and convinced. The first deal was made and it was not to be the last. And it was the year in which history was written. Hydraulik-Paule was the first German dealer to sign an exclusive contract for MB crusher and screen buckets. 6 years ago Johann Paulus, owner of Hydraulik-Paule GmbH & Co. KG, last visited the MB Crusher production facilities and a lot has happened since then. Not only has Hydraulik-Paule grown steadily, including the opening of a rental
01.08.2022  |  032x  |  Press release  | 
5 Simple ways to manage waste material
It is now possible to complete a material recycling cycle directly on the job site with immediate results: cutting down transportation cost, pollution while growing in profit. The world of inert material recycling is evolving, always looking for the best answer to a single question: How to manage waste material. Waste management has become a real priority for all operators, job sites, quarries and construction management. Pollution, noise and dust emissions are factors companies must take into consideration when dealing with waste management. They also need to choose the right equipment, by considering their cost, maintenance and transportation requirements. MB Crusher patented crusher was the simplest solution. It is now possible to complete a material recycling cycle directly on the job site with immediate results: cutting down transportation cost, pollution while growing in profit. MB Crusher transforms any operated machine in a highly efficient material processing tool that recycles material that can be reintroduced in the next job or be sold for other applications. With MB products, waste material becomes a revenue stream. CUTTING
23.07.2021  |  459x  |  Press release
If you don’t have it, make it.  With a lack of raw materials and skyrocketing prices, your solution comes from debris.
If you don’t have it, make it.
With a lack of raw materials and skyrocketing prices, your solution comes from debris. It’s a problem affecting everyone, from suppliers to their customers: we’re in the middle of a supply shortage. The planetary crisis behind finding aggregates has hit all sectors, mechanics, and construction and doesn’t seem to have an end in sight. Prices also change from month to month, becoming unsustainable for companies already struggling to meet all of their orders. The jobs are there, but no one knows when they’ll finish them; public and private works risk delaying their construction sites and struggling to recover. "One of the first things that came to mind about this problem was to manage our materials to become more independent and not depend on third parties for everything," a company, who handles demolitions in Belarus, tells us. "When dealing with demolitions, we have a lot of rubble to dispose of on-site – reinforced concrete, bricks, tiles, reinforced poles, etc. – so we asked ourselves, ’why not process this rubble directly on-site and
23.07.2021  |  487x  |  Press release  | 
Working in enclosed spaces: open your eyes to new solutions How MB Crusher’s equipment lends a hand on construction sites indoors.
Working in enclosed spaces: open your eyes to new solutions
How MB Crusher’s equipment lends a hand on construction sites indoors. Everyone knows how working indoors presents multiple problems: it means facing everyday difficulties such as limited access, manoeuvring in a tight area, extensive coordination of incoming and outgoing trucks, managing materials with little storage areas, and work in respect of Health & Safety regulations. As a result, the times and costs of labour increase, which puts companies in a difficult position. However, there are solutions: and embrace them will mean a new way of managing work with excellent results and costs that translates into revenue for the company. Difficult access and minimal room to manoeuvre are no longer a problem. The most common problems on job sites located in closed environments are challenging to access and limited space to manoeuvre around. In quarries, mines, tunnels, and construction sites inside buildings, managing incoming and outgoing materials becomes more and more complex. MB Crusher’s units have completely revolutionized the
23.07.2021  |  168x  |  Press release  | 
Rebuilding roads:  when reclaimed asphalt makes the difference  Companies that recycle old asphalt are creating new revenue streams.
Rebuilding roads: when reclaimed asphalt makes the difference
Companies that recycle old asphalt are creating new revenue streams. This industry faces many challenges with high hauling and material disposal costs while also protecting the environment. Anyone with an ongoing road construction project knows this industry’s hurdles on any job scale, from the reconstruction of a main road to a small side road. The same restrictions also affect those who process and distribute bituminous conglomerates. Main obstacles? The high costs of hauling and disposal of removed pavement material and the subsequent cost of new aggregate. “ Every day – business owner says – that we work on a road rebuilding project, we need to consider the price of asphalt: once we mill the old pavement, we need to haul and dispose of it. This process impacts the overall costs, project duration, and our impact on the surrounding environment.” Thanks to MB Crusher’s presence on job sites worldwide, we focused on this weakness and transformed it into a new advantage. The secret? MB’s mobile crushers can be mounted
22.07.2021  |  384x  |  Press release  |   | 
Seaports and airports With mb crusher, profits take off while reducing
Seaports and airports
With mb crusher, profits take off while reducing “Working to demolish, redevelop, and build on seaports and airports has many constraints due to the constant flow of arrivals and departures throughout the day and night. To be competitive, we must follow a schedule and avoid going over our budget. This way, our companies can generate profit, which is needed during these difficult times caused by the global pandemic,” this statement summarizes the difficulties and expectations that companies, whose job sites are located within seaports and airports, have to deal with. They turn to MB Crusher to find a solution that helps them improve operations and increase profit. MB Crusher provides a solution for every need on the job site. Need #1: reduce the costs of waste material disposal When managing remediation work either on seaports or airports, you must deal with large quantities of waste material that needs to be crushed or hauled to a landfill. The costs of transporting and processing the material also weigh on
22.07.2021  |  397x  |  Press release  | 
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