Awards shortlist: Innovation, Tools & Attachments

13 September 2018


Country Germany

Many of Epiroc’s rig mounted heavy hydraulic breakers now feature the patented Intelligent Protection System (IPS). Seamlessly combining the company’s popular AutoControl and StartSelect functions, this fully automated system provides simpler, more efficient and more economical operation than ever before.

MB Crusher

Country Italy

Innovation Tools MB Crusher web


The MB-R500, the latest addition to the MB Crusher range, is easy to use and makes work on different sites easy, especially those that require precision.

The new MB-R500 weighs only 300 kg (727 lb) and can be installed on mini and midi excavators from 3 to 12 t, on skid steer loaders and backhoe loaders from 3 to 8 t.

Stanley Infrastructure

Country USA

The demolition industry is increasingly being confronted with more difficult concrete to process. In response, LaBounty has incorporated over 40 years of knowledge into the design of its latest state of the art demolition tool. The LaBounty UPX 2800 is the largest and most powerful product in a new platform of work tools that are based on the original LaBounty patent for universal processors.


Demolition & Recycling International wishes to thank all the awards judges for their time and effort analysing this year’s entries. Look out for a feature on them in the September-October issue of D&Ri

The World Demolition Awards are part of the World Demolition Summit, which is organised in cooperation with the European Demolition Association and with the support of the National Demolition Association of the USA. Headline sponsor is Volvo Construction Equipment.

The awards ceremony takes place at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland on Thursday 8 November. For more details please visit

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