The MB Crusher twin header is an innovative piece of equipment used to grind different types of materials quickly, accurately and without vibration, saving the user time and improving efficiency.
In particular, when it comes to demolition projects, the use of the MB Crusher drum cutter allows work to be carried out quickly: the drum cutter crushes concrete and reduces it to rubble quickly, the material is smaller and occupies less volume, and consequently, it is easier, faster and cheaper to handle and transport.
Why do industry professionals choose MB Crusher drum cutters?
Efficiency and cutting speed: the drum cutters are efficient tools that can quickly mill hard materials. They are capable of grinding large surfaces at a higher speed than conventional cutting methods. The adjustable milling depth and speed make them suitable for a wide range of applications.
In California, the use of a drum cutter to widen the banks of a river resulted in flatter walls and smoother bottoms. Using the MB-R700 twin header, it was not necessary to use an excavation bucket or hammer to dig the trench, which would not have brought the same results.
Low vibration and noise levels: twin headers generate very low vibration and noise levels, making them ideal for use both indoors and outdoors. They are therefore particularly suitable for construction sites in urban areas, where excessive noise and vibration can be a major problem. In addition, the twin header can be used at different angles, allowing greater access to hard-to-reach areas.
In the centre of Bratislava, Slovakia, an MB Crusher MB-R700 twin header installed on a Takeuchi TB2150R is working at a depth of around 6 metres to build the foundations for a 50-storey building. Because it is located in the city centre, the MB-R was chosen for its low noise level and because it does not transmit vibrations either to the excavator’s arm or to the ground in general.
Versatility: drum cutters can be used for a variety of applications, including trenching, milling, levelling, excavating and more. This makes them very versatile tools.
In the city of Dnipro, Ukraine, an MB-R700 drum cutter installed on a CAT M318C wheeled excavator was used to grinding the asphalt of a road damaged by heavy traffic. The customer tried to use a hammer but with unsatisfactory results, while with the MB Crusher twin header machine he finished the job within the specified time.