The MC 100 R EVO is currently in operation in Berlin-Friedrichshain on spacious premises. A former brewery was demolished here and now the brick and concrete rubble is being processed. Mario Anton operates the plant on site: "The tracked mobile plant proves its value on the uneven site. It can be moved easily without the need for transportation procedures."
Within 12 weeks, a total of 20,000 cubic meters of material were crushed. The finished building material with a grain size of 0-56 mm is then filled into the excavation pit and compacted with a roller. Despite the inhomogeneous and thus difficult material, the jaw crusher has a realistic hourly output of 80-100 tons. Due to the high throughput of the comparatively small plant, Freimuth GmbH feels confirmed that the decision for the MC 100 R EVO was right.
The family enterprise is also impressed by the Service. Since commissioning, which was accompanied by a Kleemann Service employee, the machine has run trouble-free and without changing any of the wear parts. Based on the previous cooperation, Max Becker also knows that the Wirtgen Group subsidiary in Hamburg is a reliable partner who is quickly on site in case of problems.