For the first time Pronar presented as many as five new machines at the world’s largest construction machinery trade fair. Two of them indicate the beginning of a completely new family of products that will be manufactured in the company’s factory in Siemiatycze. Their creation is the result of the company’s previous experience and international success in the field of recycling machinery. Both the new machines and the Pronar stand itself attracted great interest from the visitors to the Bauma Trade Fair in Munich on 24-30 November this year.

The key elements of the Pronar stand were two machines heralding the entry into a new market segment: the Pronar MJC 6510 jaw crusher and the Pronar MPP 1238s scalping screen. These are machines designed specifically for customers who specialize in processing and recycling of aggregates (e.g. rubble or asphalt). They are further steps in the expansion of the recycling machine range which Pronar has been developing for several years and has built a reliable brand on the global market as a supplier of such machines.

The Pronar MJC 6510 jaw crusher is a machine weighing approx. 33 t, with the crushing chamber inlet dimensions of 1015×650. Thanks to its large feed size the crusher can be easily loaded even with large loaders, and the hydraulically folded extensions allow quick preparation of the crusher for work. With the modern touch screen the operator can control various operating parameters from one control panel. The machine is powered by a CAT 7.1 engine, which drives the jaw in the chamber by means of the hydraulic system. This arrangement enables easy reverse to clear a blockage or continuous operation in the opposite direction. The system with a sensor mounted above the chamber ensures smooth feeding, continuously monitors the chamber filling level and, if necessary, pauses the material feeding. The gap is adjusted hydraulically from the control panel to significantly shorten the gap setting process and increase the precision and safety of work.

The Pronar MPP 1238s scalping screen is a machine weighing approx. 21 t, with the screening box dimensions of 1250×3800. The machine can be folded to a compact size to enable its easy transport. Various variants of the machine’s screening systems, from the simplest burnt or braided sieve to a rail-type grate or a piano-type sieve, were presented during the trade fair. The customer can specify the required equipment variant at the time of purchase. The unique feature of the machine is its optional metal feeder in the charging hopper, rarely offered by our competitors in the machines of this size. With its robust structure and other reinforcements, the MPP1238s scalping screen can handle even large pieces of material.

The third premiere at the trade fair was the Pronar MRW 2.65 two-shaft slow-speed shredder. This is a completely new machine in the range, equipped with a hooklift frame and a tracked chassis. Thanks to this arrangement, the machine can be easily transported on a skip loader to the workplace and then it can move around on tracks. The system is based on lifting the machine on hydraulic cylinders. This is a unique design that has been submitted to the Patent Office. The MRW 2.65 two-shaft slow-speed shredder is equipped with a Volvo 5.5l engine which drives the shafts by means of the hydraulic system. The engine is easily accessible for maintenance work, and solid soundproofing ensures a low noise level.

The new municipal machines were also presented at the Bauma Trade Fair. The RD-C25 road grader equipped with the Leica Geosystems system was a novelty in the already wide range of municipal machines from Pronar. This is a machine designed for precise surface levelling. Thanks to the advanced technology, there is no need to constantly check, adjust and measure, because the RD-C25 road grader does all these activities itself in real time. This significantly shortens the working time and makes it much easier.

The second novelty in the range of municipal machines is the Pronar ZM-H22 sweeper. This is a machine for professional use when removing dirt such as mud, sand or snow from industrial surfaces (with heavy traffic of construction machinery, near factories or on newly built roads). The easy-to-empty waste container system reduces downtime to a minimum.

The Pronar SGD21 soil stabilizer was also presented at the trade fair. This PTO-driven machine is used for preparing the soil structure for road construction and for land reclamation. If necessary, the machine can reach up to 400 mm below the ground to do its job.

The presented machines prove that Pronar is a company that is constantly focused on developing and expanding the range of its products. Successive models allow us to be a “one-stop” supplier for our customers. Consequently, the customer will be able to purchase entire process lines in Pronar, as well as diversify its activities.

Each of the presented machines is not the result of individual tasks assigned to the designers but the result of rich experience gathered over the years. Almost 35 years of our presence on the market, thousands of satisfied customers and vast knowledge allow us to design more and more sophisticated and modern machines.

Bauma is the world’s largest trade fair. The trade fair focuses on heavy construction and mining equipment as well as aggregate processing. This year, 3200 exhibitors from 60 countries participated in the trade fair. Their stands were visited by almost 500 000 people from over 200 countries around the world. Most of the visitors came from Germany, Italy, Turkey, Great Britain, Northern Ireland, the Netherlands, France, USA, Austria, Spain and China. The next Bauma will take place on 7-13 April 2025.