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BPH Attachments to expand UK product offering

Prodem crusher bucket

Company extends Prodem attachments portfolio with inclusion of new crusher bucket

BPH Attachments are expanding their Prodem hydraulic attachments offering in the UK with the addition of a new crusher bucket. 

Designed to efficiently crush and reprocess waste material, including brick, concrete and rock, into reusable hardcore or infill, directly on site, the Prodem PCB crusher bucket will be available to hire/purchase from BPH Attachments from 9 January 2020.


The company – sole UK distributors of Prodem attachments for the recycling and demolition sector – says the new attachment, which features a patented auto-reverse crushing drum, can help increase productivity (34-45 tonnes/h) on site by reducing operator input and maximizing utilization of site machinery.

It also has intuitive jaw adjustment, high displacement radial piston hydraulic motors, wear-resistant teeth and easy forward-facing or reverse-facing loading.

The Prodem PCB crusher bucket – suitable for use on excavators, skid-steers and backhoe loaders weighing from 8 to 55 tonne – allows the in-situ recycling of waste materials on construction/demolition sites. 

With the crusher bucket attachment fitted to excavators already working on site, it negates the need for additional machinery and saves costs by reducing transport requirements, as the C&D waste can either be reused on site or the bulk is cut down. 

Matt Bastable, sales director of BPH Attachments, said: ‘We are thrilled to be launching the Prodem crusher bucket to the UK market. We’re always looking for innovative products to add to our ever-expanding range and the attachments portfolio has now increased by 35% in the last year alone. With further announcements due in the not too distant future, it’s an exciting time for the BPH Attachments.’

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