Italy-based Mazio Attachments LLC says it now is offering its complete line of demolition attachments from a North American operations center in Port St. Lucie, Florida. The company says the Mazio product line offers contractors primary and secondary crushers, multiprocessors, pulverizers and grapples in models designed to fit excavators from 1 ton to 130 tons of operating weight.
Mazio says its RS Series demolition crushers are ideal for crushing concrete while reducing noise and vibrations. The RS offers 360 degrees of rotation, a Hardox and Weldox steel structure, reversed cylinders, a pressure relief valve and interchangeable teeth and blades.
The firm’s RV Series hydraulic rotating crusher is designed for both primary and secondary demolition applications. Featuring a regenerative circuit for quick jaw opening and closing and a hydraulic rotation of 360 degrees, the RV Series has many of the same features as the RS Series.
The Mazio MC Series multiprocessor with interchangeable jaw system also is for contractors who work in both primary and secondary demolition, according to the firm. A fitting kit allows the jaw to be changed for demolition, recycling and scrap applications.
Those seeking pulverizers can seek out the Mazio FPV Series for secondary demolition and recycling applications, while the MP Series of mechanical pulverizers “provide speed and strength in pulverizing a variety of material on the demolition site” while also separating rebar from concrete, according to Mazio.
Finally, Mazio’s GR Series selection of grabbers “are built from wear-resistant steel and are designed to nimbly grab demolition materials for sorting and loading,” the company says.
Mazio Attachments LLC has engineering and manufacturing facilities in the United States, Italy and Colombia, and says it designs its “distinctive purple attachments to work with all makes and sizes of carrier machine, from hydraulic excavators, skid steer loaders and backhoes to wheel loaders and tele-handlers.”
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