The BF90.3 was the world’s first crusher bucket and was patented by MB in 2001. It is still the most popular model with large and medium companies. It has been continuously improved and modernized over the years. It is a compact, versatile crusher bucket designed for excavators weighing over 20 tons. It is ideal for recycling all kinds of inert and demolition materials. It can crush 40 m³/hr. despite being smaller and lighter than larger models.
The MB C-50 is our smallest crusher bucket. It is compact, lightweight, and easy to operate. It is designed for excavators weighing 4 tons or more for use on small road, hydraulic, and masonry crushing jobs. It is great for landscaping in tight quarters and is very efficient, crushing up to 10 m³/h.
Weighing in at more than 10 tons, the BF150.10 is the world’s largest crusher bucket. It is designed for excavators weighing over 70 tons. It has a loading capacity of 2.5 m³ and can crush 120 m³ of material an hour, offering unrivaled size and performance. It has a 145 x 70 cm opening, making it perfect for quarries, mines, and large jobsites.
The compact BF120.4 is easy to transport, operate, use, and maintain. It is ideal for quarry crushing work, inert material recycling, demolition material crushing on large worksites, excavation, pipe work, and aggregate production. It is designed for excavators weighing over 28 tons and has a volume of nearly 1.3 m³. It can crush over 50 m³ of material an hour, making the 5-ton BF120.4 a versatile, highly efficient machine.
Our BF70.2 is the perfect fit for small and medium crushing jobs. It is designed for excavators weighing 14 tons or more and can do everything from restructuring and demolition/recycling of inert materials in urban settings to excavation, pipe work, and road work. The BF70.2 weighs 2.25 tons and has a 71 x 53 cm opening. It can crush between 9 and 20 m³/h depending on the output (1.5 to 120 cm).