NEXT-philosophy machine chosen for its high performance, lower operating costs and reduced environmental impact
TAHA Zahir, Israel-based specialists in waste-recycling and resource recovery, have taken delivery of a new RM 120X mobile impact crusher, as part of the company’s commitment to reduce carbon emissions and running costs by switching to more efficient and sustainable operations.
With construction and demolition (C&D) recycling activities taking place in an enclosed hall, it was imperative for Taha Zahir to invest not only in an eco-friendlier alternative machine for fuel-saving flexibility, but also a crushing plant that simplifies operations, provides significant noise protection and reduces dust emissions.
The waste-recycling firm is no stranger to operating RUBBLE MASTER equipment, having had positive experiences of running a RM 120GO! impact crusher (purchased in 2018). With growing demand for aggregates to be used in road construction in Tel Aviv and the surrounding regions, and to meet the high volume of interest and orders, Taha Zahir took the decision to invest in RM Group’s NEXT-philosophy crusher.
Each day, around 1,000 tonnes of C&D waste is transferred to the recycling operator’s Kfar Quasem site, near Tel Aviv, where the RM 120X crusher is helping to recycle waste material arisings efficiently and cost-effectively.
The RM 120 X incorporates both hybrid diesel-electric technology and a full electric plug-in option to reduce running costs, noise and fuel emissions. In addition to low noise operation, the RUBBLE MASTER crusher for Taha Zahir is equipped with an advanced dust-suppression set-up consisting of a water pump and spray, to minimize dust emissions inside the enclosed hall.
As the first NEXT-philosophy crusher, the RM 120X features the ever-growing intuitive GO! operation concept, which simplifies machinery functions and uses clear communication lights to ensure all relevant plant functions are recognizable at a glance.
The new hybrid crusher has also been designed with safety at the forefront, thanks to the comprehensive operator-friendly interface, a radio remote-control system with display and an optional smartphone/tablet app which allows end-users to remotely monitor key machine parameters whilst eliminating the risk of them entering the danger zone.