New breakers and new pulverisersPublished 21/4 at 13:47
Italian based company Promove now offers a complete range of demolition equipment which it aims to further expand in order to offer its customers more high performing and innovative solutions.
Promove has introduced new products and services designed to offer even more value to its customers. Amongst these are two new breakers: XP600 600kg and XP200 200kg for its hydraulic breakers series. The XP series boasts an energy recovery system, an anti-blank firing system, a power/ frequency automatic regulation system and an innovative smart valve with ‘plug and play’ that allows the breaker to be installed without having to adjust any settings on the excavator. The latter feature provides significant time and cost savings as well as eliminating future problems such as premature breakages due to extra flow. This system also allows the breaker to be moved to various machines, making it easier to rent equipment.
In recent years, Promove has focused on creating its products based on high quality construction using high quality materials to ensure longevity and to significantly reduce maintenance costs. With this in mind, a three year extended warranty for small hammers has been introduced without limitations on hours and maintenance obligations. The company has also focused on developing what it says is one of the best and fastest sales and after sales services on the global market. This service is said to deliver commercial and technical responses within 8h and the sending of spare parts within 24h-48h.
New range of pulverisers and crushers
Promove’s new pulverisers are made entirely of Hardox 400, providing tough and marked resistance to abrasion, come as a single block between body and fixed claw, with large cylinders for greater power. They are equipped with a speed valve to maximise the work cycle, interchangeable teeth and plates and are said to provide an excellent quality / price ratio. The lower plate on the body has been designed to provide the pulveriser with a secure and stable grip on the work ground to more easily move debris and non-crushable material. Furthermore, a new range of sorting crushers from 90kg up to 13t has been developed.
Also to be introduced are first of a new range CR800 rotating pulverisers. A complete range will soon be available boasting the following technical features such as being entirely made of Hardox 400; single block construction between the body and the fixed claw and the elimination of welds that weakens the structure. They also have a wide opening providing high breaking forces with an excellent closing / opening speed. Oversized pins have been used in order to provide longer operations in demanding working conditions. They are also protected by a system of bushings which provide minimum wear of the pins themselves.
Last but not least amongst Promove’s new products are interchangeable jaws for its range of CP multiprocessors. All of these additions are part of Promove's ambition to strengthen its position in the secondary demolition and recycling market, with innovative ranges, offering high performance and lower operating costs.