The RM 60 is the RM hook lift crusher and the ideal choice for niche processors and companies that need to crush smaller quantities to open up new business areas or expand existing areas profitably.
Like all RM crushers, the 12 tonne model can also be combined with high-performing components such as the pre- and final screen. The result is a complete and mobile recycling centre.
RM 60 – hook lift crusher unit
|Throughput||Up to 80 t/h, depending on material|
|Inlet opening||640 x 550 mm|
|Crusher unit||RUBBLE MASTER HMH impact crusher with
2 or 4 hammers
Kinematics mechanically adjustable for primary or
secondary crushing mode
|Power unit||John Deere diesel engine, 4 cylinders
77 kW at 1,800 rpm, 100 % emission-free with electric drive
Used as the pre-screen for a RM 60 crusher, it separates fine particles out of rubble, asphalt, concrete or excavated material. Power can also be supplied direct via the crusher generator which is particularly beneficial on remote sites. This double-deck screen can also operate as a standalone machine.
A company wanted to reuse its waste ceramics: the RM 60 crusher processes ceramic wet room tiles and other ceramic waste to form reusable material. Some 500 tonnes are crushed every week in 12 hours with two shifts working five days a week and earning a ton of cash.
Higher performance and better quality in recycling production waste is no illusion. A concrete manufacturer replaced their jaw crusher with an RM 60 in combination with an RM VS60 prescreen and RM CS2500 post screen. In addition to higher quality, they brought the company enormous cost savings.
Valuable construction and demolition debris asking to be used again. A container service firm chose the RM 60 with which they very soon found their way to a profitable 10,000 tons a year of C&D waste. This was processed to a final product with a quality much appreciated by their customers.
Retro is the in thing: the customer had specialised in a particular niche: acquiring old bricks for traditional house building projects in his country. The waste bricks are then crushed and can be reused. With the RM 60 the customer has found a profitable solution and has already purchased the larger RM 70GO!
The rebuilding of Austria’s highest railway station came with major challenges for everyone involved. The most economical solution for the customer was clearly to recycle and reuse the material on site. The RM 60 including post screen processed 5,000 tonnes of limestone rock
Inner-city sites are always a challenge in terms of logistics. Not only with regard to the working spce, but also because of material transport. Transporting the material away from the built-up urban area would not have been a viable option due to the traffic situation.