Coming back for more: Eddie Wannop invest in another RUBBLE MASTER Crusher

THE easy operation and fast availability of RM impact crushers were convincing arguments for Cumbrian construction company, Eddie Wannop Ltd. The increase in orders recently led to the purchase of an RM 90GO! Crusher. Eddie Wannop can now fulfi l customer wishes with the usual high level of quality even faster. There are already signs of further growth beyond the previous fi elds and positive business fi gures. Eddie Wannop, Managing Director of the northern England-based company, said: “We decided again in favour of an RM crusher because we appreciate this effi ciency and high quality and we know we can rely on the RM 90GO! “Without this RM model, we would not be able to quickly process the diff erent materials, or with such high quality. “With the mobile impact crushers from RUBBLE MASTER (RM) we can work effi ciently and support customers in their projects as a reliable partner.” Eddie Wannop launched his company seven years ago in Brampton, near Carlisle in Cumbria. Back in 2011 the company purchased an RM 70GO! and began to recycle construction and demolition waste. Eddie Wannop now has 23 employees. His company currently operates in Cumbria,

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the North West and North East of England, and the South of Scotland. Business continues to develop in a very positive way which is why Eddie is planning to expand into North Yorkshire. This expansion coincides with the purchase of the RM 90GO! from Taylor & Braithwaite (RM Sales Partner for the North of England). The mobile RM impact crushers provide a broad range of fl exibility and reliability, which can handle a wide range of materials perfectly. The company's new RM 90GO! has been put straight to work in construction and demolition materials – from concrete recycling to crushing limestone. Due to the RM 90GO!’s compact design, it is easy to fit the machine on cramped sites. This flexibility and efficiency of the RM crushers comes from the typical RM DDE drive concept and the innovative RM GO! principle, which is constantly enhanced by the RM engineers and adapted to the needs of the customers.

RUBBLE MASTER'S DDE drive concept saves fuel

Jaime McGlinn, Sales Manager at Taylor & Braithwaite Ltd, said: “RUBBLE MASTER has been using diesel direct drive on its impact crushers for 27 years.

 Jaime McGlinn (Left) and Eddie Wannop

“RM crushers were the fi rst to perform without hydraulic drives for belts and operate the vibro-channel and main discharge belt electrically, which saves fuel and operating costs.

RM GO! principle – work effi ciently and earn money

Downtime costs money – and an operating RM impact crusher makes money. A colour guidance system, for example, means the machine can be operated quite easily and intuitively. The crusher can be started up and put to work very quickly onsite. The crusher can be controlled by one person who can operator from an excavator or wheel loader via remote control.

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