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Another Rubble Master machine for KKB Group

KKB expand RM120GO! impact crusher fleet

Kent-based recycling operator takes delivery of new RM 120GO! impact crusher

KKB Group, specialists in remediation, demolition and recycling, have strengthened their mobile processing fleet with the addition of a Rubble Master RM 120GO! impact crusher. Supplied by distributors Red Knight 6 Ltd (RK6), the machine is KKG Group’s third RM 120! crusher, bringing the total number of Rubble Masters in the company’s fleet to five.

The new RM 120GO! impact crusher is equipped with an MS125 GO! screen box and recirculation belt, ensuring that KKB’s recycling plant fleet is updated and maximum efficiency is delivered for customers. The purchase also solidifies KKB’s position within the Rubble Master Ambassador Programme which has been set up to offer extra aftermarket support to key Rubble Master customers.

With an maximum output of up to 350 tonnes/h and weighing over 42,000kg, the RM 120GO! is the largest impact crusher in the Rubble Master range, capable of processing asphalt, concrete, natural rock and a variety of construction debris, making it the ‘perfect machine’ in meeting KKB’s requirements.

‘The Rubble Master range is both compact and easy to use, whilst retaining the necessary power to do the job brilliantly on site,’ said Craig Hore, plant director for KKB. ‘We continue to get positive feedback from our customers and operators about the machines. Easy to manoeuvre and most importantly very operator friendly.’

Dan Flack, sales director for RK6, added: ‘KKB has an extensive fleet of machines, but our ongoing working relationship with them is important, from pre-sales through to after-sales and servicing. Both we and Rubble Master recognize the impact a customer like KKB can have, not just on sales, but also in future product development and feedback.’

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