Rubble Master has taken the development of its RM GO! product line to the next level with the unveiling of the RM 120GO! Next hybrid crusher. With this latest innovation, the RM MSC8500e - the hybrid screen developed by Rubble Master and Maximus - can be powered through the new RM 120GO! Next.
The RM MSC8500e was built based on the RM MSC8500M screen unit. The machine’s hydraulic drives have been replaced with electric ones, and only the crawler gear remains hydraulic.
Both the RM 120GO! Next crusher and RM MSC8500M screen can now operate from a single power source. The crusher’s high-power generator supplies the electricity without the need for an additional diesel engine, thus reducing emissions and noise levels. Apart from the single source crushing, the hybrid screen can also be operated by a diesel engine or other external power sources.
Furthermore, the screen and the crusher can communicate with each other without wires or cables, said Rubble Master. When the crusher’s discharge belts are started, the screen also starts automatically. If blockages or faults occur, the screen also stops automatically.
The RM Operations Assist makes communication between operators and machines easier. LED lights in three colours (green, yellow and red) show the machine’s current status. Essentially, these machine communication lights distinguish between operation, service and alert and they are standard features on the RM 120GO! Next and RM MSC8500e.
The RM GO! Smart app provides live data on the machine, daily reports, and in the event of problems, instructions on remedying the fault direct to the smart terminal.