DSB’s 'sensational' result at Bauma 2016

28 April 2016

DSB Maschinenbau has announced that it took orders for no fewer than six of its newly launched products while this month’s Bauma exhibition was still taking place.

The crusher manufacturer was showing its redesigned Innocrush 35, including the IS2 screenbox, as well as its established Innocrush 30.

Customers from Germany, Switzerland and North Africa are reported to have placed orders on the company’s stand, with DSB declaring: “Additional orders are guaranteed!”

DSB said the main conveyor of the Innocrush 35 is now longer and steeper, which increases discharge height. The Poclain radial piston pump is directly powered by a gear belt from the Cat diesel engine and the engine package opens hydraulically.

The drive was added to the front and the foldable runway is now smart integrated.

“I’m a long time user of Innocrush machines and was, frankly, quite sceptical,” said one visitor.

“Usually, a new design is combined with covers that nobody needs and which hinder optimum access to many components.

"But as in the past, the team convinced me with the new machine, where the focus is still on functionality.”

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