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Attachment change-over made safe
A new system is now available to make semi-automatic quick coupler systems much safer
Skanska UK takes safety stand on quick hitches
Contractor will ban semi-automatic and automatic excavator quick hitches from its UK sites from 1 November.
Daemo adds to DMB line
Daemo has added a new breaker at the top end of its DMB series breakers in the shape of the 5,900 kg (12,980 lb) DMB800
VIDEO: CR100 steels the show
The highlight on the Mantovanibenne stand was undoubtably the new CR100R crusher attachment
Intermat tines for Genesis
On show on the Genesis Europe stand at Intermat was the new five-tine Polyp Grap GPG-H grapple
Everdigm drives for durability
Attachment supplier Everdigm has announced the introduction of what will be known as the Series 6 line of hydraulic breaker
New screening bucket from Allu
Allu has introduced a new fine fragment screening bucket for processing a range of materials such as topsoil, compost, peat, waste soil or demolition waste.
Cat attachments lines grow
Caterpillar Work Tools has used the Intermat exhibition to launch new demolition tools in its attachments range.
Next generation wheeled loader quick coupler from Cat
New Fusion system offers rattle-free connection, no loss of force and greater interchangeability.
Evolution at work
Aquajet has unveiled major product developments to its hydrodemoliton robots and other equipment following an intensive R&D effort over the last 18 months. Lindsay Gale reports
TABE's four new breakers
At Intermat will be the latest additions - the AGB-10 and AGB-18 - to TABE's heavy-duty hammer range. Joining the AGB-15 are the 950 kg AGB-10, which is suitable for excavators weighing from 10 to 16 t, and the 1850 kg AGB-18, which is for 24 to 28 t machines. Both new breakers feature TABE's coupling system that eliminates tie rods, which prevents breakages and breakdowns, said the Spanish company.
Bobcat enhances breaker offering
Bobcat has now approved the use of its HB880, 980 and 1180 80 series breakers on the new E55W wheeled and E60 tracked excavators
Added tools from JCB
JCB will be adding to its demolition and waste handling attachment ranges
Arden adds to demolition line-up
Arden Equipment will be showing new demolition attachments at Intermat. Arden Equipment's Eric Daubail said the company would be launching new universal processors and scrap shears. The new shear is the rotating 3,500 kg (7,700 lb) AS-035R intended for use on 30-45 tonne carriers, and it will be joined by a 5,120 kg (11,264 lb) pulveriser designed for use on 45-55 tonne carriers, the BBH 1300 B.
Grabbing the waste
Dutch attachment specialist Dehaco BV has introduced what it claims is the largest sorting grab for demolition duties available worldwide
Bringing them down: The latest from the demolition and recycling sector.
Is it time that contractors rethink the way they make use of specialist demolition contractors? Lindsay Gale, editor of sister publication Demolition & Recycling International (D&Ri) reports, and also highlights some of the latest equipment available to speed the demolition process.
New light breaker from Atlas Copco
Atlas Copco has introduced the SB 452 to its light breaker range for excavators up to 13 tonnes. The new model extends the company's line up of new generation solid body breakers, used for road work, trenching, general demolition, and landscaping.
Getting to grips
Atlas Copco has extended its MultiGrapple range with the addition of six models for machines from 0.7 tonnes to 80 tonnes
Promove to add to breaker lines
Italian attachment specialist Promove will use the upcoming Intermat trade show to introduce two new additions to its breaker lines
Launch of the new Brokk 260
Demolition robot specialist Brokk has introduced a new demolition robot, the 3 tonne (6,710 lb) 260 model
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