RM Group launches innovations at baumaPublished 11/10, 2022 at 11:20
Rubble Master has been powering its mobile processing plants with electricity for decades. Using this expertise, RM has continuously sets standards in the energy efficiency and cost effectiveness of its machines.
That is why with the tagline ‘Meet the future’, RM will be exhibiting this technology at this year's bauma. The company will be located at stands B2.236 and 12B.B12.11 whilst its sales partners, C. Christophel GmbH and Jürgen Kölsch GmbH, can be found at stand FN.1024/1.
RM states that through the revolutionary new development of the RM H50X hybrid screen, customers are saving even more in fuel costs. In addition, the ‘RM XSmart’ software solution and other new digital innovations demonstrate how operators and machines can network intelligently to get even higher output. As a result, mobile RM crushers and screens can be combined in a versatile, flexible and efficient way. But this is only the start, as in order to be able to offer matched crushing and screening trains, RM customers can look forward to another product innovation.
Electrification benefits customers and the environment
Even before steadily rising fuel prices, the electrification of RM machines was a key economic as well as ecological argument. As part of the ‘RM Next’ philosophy, the RM Group is consistently supporting electrification and offers all of its crushers and screens as hybrid versions as a matter of principle. These machines can also be operated fully electrically. A special focus has been made in combining machines to form crushing and screening trains so they can be operated together. This means, for example, that the crusher can also power the screen. This enables customers to save time and money as they only need to refuel and service one engine.
RM hybrid machines are said to use up to 25% less fuel than diesel direct systems. If a crusher equipped with a hybrid drive system also powers an electric screen - a standard set up with RM - even greater savings can be achieved. With this technology, the savings are much higher than with conventional diesel hydraulic systems. Another advantage, in addition to lower operating costs, is that the machines can be used in emissions sensitive areas. At bauma, RM will demonstrate the many capabilities offered by using its electric powered crushers and screens.
The best solution for every application
RM has made compact crushers for more than 30 years, moving on site recycling of C&D waste away from the niche and developing it into a profitable business model worldwide. Decades of expertise in crushing and electrification were later joined by screening equipment. RM Next mobile processing machines are said by the company to have raised the bar to a completely new level of efficiency in recent years. In the meantime, RM offers highly efficient, custom built and integrated solutions ranging from stand-alone machines to complex trains consisting of crushers, screens and stockpilers. This enables the customer to successfully build up its business in the recycling and natural stone processing sectors and to grow with RM. In addition to the many ways in which RM products can be deployed and combined, the RM Group will be displaying two completely new developments at bauma that represent a key expansion to the product range.
Two revolutionary new product developments
In addition to ease of operation, RM Next focuses on even greater efficiency and electrification, enhanced safety for operators, even easier operation, modularisation and the provision of even higher levels of service provided through digitalisation. Now, two more products have been developed from the ground up according to the RM Next philosophy, significantly expanding the product range: the new RM H50X scalper, which will be exhibited at bauma, and the RM J110X jaw crusher. An incredible number of ideas and customer specifications have gone into both products, elevating processing machines to a completely new level. It goes without saying that both machines have been developed with hybrid drive systems from the outset and equipped with the latest digital solutions to offer operators even greater energy efficiency, productivity and reliability. Over the next few weeks leading up to bauma, more details on the new products will be revealed step by step through RM social media channels.
Digital solutions and networked machines increase efficiency
In addition to electrification, RM focuses intensively on digitalisation to give customers a full overview of their machines while operating even more efficiently. Using the RMXSmart app, machine operators can network with their machines either using an app on their mobile devices, or by using the browser app. Fleet management, condition monitoring, end to end reporting and troubleshooting support make everyday life much easier and, at the same time, increase productivity. Rubble Master, however, says it has gone one step further by networking the machines with each other. In a networked crushing and screening train, the machines can communicate with each other so that they can adjust their output to the utilisation of the upstream and downstream units, or react to an event such as one of the machines in the train switching off. This means that machines are not overloaded, nor do they run idle. That is why autonomous crushing and screening is the next logical step the RM Group will be presenting in the near future.