In addition to high throughput, the classic advantages of RM mobile crushers and screens in processing soft stone such as limestone and gypsum are the compact dimensions and easy manoeuvrability that make these machines ideal for working in the most remote alpine locations.
Additionally, our wide range of add-on equipment and screens enables a broad spectrum of various end products. As a result you can produce several fractions at the same time using the new pivoting mesh deck screen including refeeding belt.
Crushing limestone for cement production
MRMJ Earthmovers Inc. in the Philippines is now equipped to enter a new business sector with RUBBLE MASTER: mobile processing. An RM service technician even came especially to train the customer’s personnel and make sure both machines were set up perfectly to start operation.
Tyrolean primary rock at 2,200 metres
Making it up the steep route to the job site of the RM 80GO! even in a car is tough going. However, the crawler gear of the RM Compact Crusher makes light work of the task. The job here is to crush Tyrolean primary rock at a height of 2,200 metres in the
Mobile crushing limestone at 50°C
Working in temperatures above 50°C makes operating conditions in Saudi Arabia exceptionally tough. Impressed by the flexibility, heat resistance and efficiency of the high-performance crusher, the RM 100GO! is used to crush limestone and other materials.
Crushing limestone rock for prestigious infrastructure project
An RM V550GO! is in action building the high-speed railway between Stuttgart and Ulm. Its mission is to crush limestone rock. Material excavated from the tunnel is processed into 0-56 mm value grain in a single pass. As a result, the excavated material does not need to be transported away by truck.
An Austrian civil engineering company was contracted to process 20,000 t of slate rock for the mountain reservoir of a snow-making facility. The machinery consisted of an RM 80GO! and RM TS3600. This solution produced 1,200 t of finished aggregate on a daily basis.
Awesome performance in the mountains
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