This is why hybrid crushers and screens are the future
Electric powered and hybrid mobile crushers and screens are on the rise.
With many drivetrain solutions out there it is hard to figure out which one is best. Hybrid drives are on the rise and provide more performance paired with a lower fuel costs. You deserve a drive-train that works and maintains its value over time.
Without an efficient drive...
RUBBLE MASTER has been using electrics since the beginning 30 years ago. Surprisingly, it has been a small leap from diesel-electric to a fully hybrid machine.
Looking at your total cost of ownership hybrid-drives improve your bottom line. The increased performance and efficiency paired with low running costs will offset the higher investment costs approx after 3 years.
Noise or exhaust emission sensitive job-sites such as inside of buildings, tunnels, or inner-city construction sites are not off limits anymore. Connecting your crusher or screen to the grid makes this possible.
Electric car and heating systems are the industry megatrend for the coming years. It is not a matter of if but when our crushing and screening equipment will be electric.
Many governments subsidise investing into eco-friendly machinery. Project tenders will be speced around environmental conscious specs.
A machine that is hooked-up to a central generator or the grid doesn't need much servicing nor refueling. It can be easily tied into other stationary or semi-mobile material processing equipment.
In traditional material processing trains each piece of equipment had its own diesel engine that required maintenance and fuel. Electric systms allow your to cut this back to zero or one.
A hybrid drive (also diese-electric drive) consists of a diesel engine that poweres a generator. The electricity produced runs all electric motors for the main and auxiliary drives. Optionally, a hybrid machine can be also operated via an external power source such as a central generator or the electric grid.
The hybrid crusher either operates it's diesel engine or is hooked up to the grid or generator.
The hybrid screening plant's diesel engine is off. All the power needed to run the machine comes from the crusher, from the grid, or a central generator.
Electricity allows an easy power transfer from a central source to other machinery. RUBBLE MASTER's RM 120X Mobile Impact Crusher is capable of powering the impact crusher and a triple deck screening plant so that you can lower your operating cost per ton without changing your process.