MB Crusher handles waste from 16-storey demolition

26 November 2020

A mobile unit from Italian manufacturer MB Crusher has played an important role on a demolition project in the cente of a large city in Japan, where the goal was to tear down a 16-floor reinforced concrete building that was surrounded by other properties.

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The project site was a 16-storey building surrounded by other properties

MB Crusher said that compact and agile machines were required to work on the roof of the building to demolish it one floor at a time. The demolition waste was then put down a hole opened in the centre of the building, to protect the surrounding area.

The solution was a BF70.2 MB mobile crusher that processed reinforced concrete in a narrow space. Because of its size, it was possible to lift the crusher bucket to the 16th floor with a crane.

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The crusher bucket could be lifted to the 16th floor using a crane

According to MB Crusher, the result was a saving in material hauling time as well as a significant reduction in dust and sound emissions.

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