Cams’ UTM 1500-3 mobile crushing and recycling plant has now complied with the US safety regulations. This is among the first products developed by the Italian company more than 20 years ago, with the US and Canadian compliant version being recently introduced.
In a move designed to bring unparalleled versatility to its line-up of dust suppression equipment, BossTek has introduced an optional ‘Variable Frequency Drive’ (VFD) system that allows users to adjust air flow to suit a broader range of applications and working environments.
The UK’s first Bobcat ‘Waste Expert’ telescopic loader has been purchased by H.R. Skip Hire based in Sheffield. The new TL38.70HF Waste Expert model was supplied by AMS Bobcat Limited, the authorised Bobcat dealer for Lincolnshire and East and South Yorkshire.
Located in Stuttgart, Germany, Baier has produced high quality power tools for over 80 years. The company now exports to over 60 countries and is said to be a worldwide leader in quality and innovation. As part of its offering, it has developed a dry coring system which dates back to late 2000. As dry coring has become more important, the properties of the Baier system have also become more important in providing satisfactory result in the shortest time.
Introduced under the tagline of ‘your strongest tools for professional sawing and cutting’, the AGP C18 concrete saw uses a 450mm saw blade and is equipped with a 6500W high frequency permanent magnet synchronous motor delivering up to 175mm depth of cut. The high frequency brushless motor is said to offer outstanding efficiency close to 90%, a major improvement from the 60-70% delivered by traditional motors.
SaMoTer 2020 is set to provide opportunities for machinery manufacturers and buyers to both exhibit and see some of the latest developments in construction, with the Veronafiere show offering a broader and more complete round up of the industry than ever before. The show will be held from the 21-25 March at the Veronafiere in Italy, with a larger show ground, expecting many more exhibitors and visitors than in 2017.
Paddy Brosnan, founder and director of Australian concrete cutting company, Extreme Cut Services, has developed an interesting innovation for cutting concrete pipes, which he claims is a ‘a real game changer’.
Designed with an improved customer experience in mind, the new Cat 306 CR mini excavator is built to exceed customer expectations with strong performance, enhanced operator experience and simplified maintenance with extended service intervals.