Allu looks to transform business

04 March 2020

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Mineral processing specialist Allu is set the use the platform of ConExpo 2020 to exhibit equipment from both its transformer, processor and other equipment ranges.

With a theme of “Transforming the way you work”, Allu has said that, at the Las Vegas show, it will demonstrate how to transform a business’ efficiency, profitability and green credentials through a change in equipment and operations.

Allu will use the show to exhibit prominent models and outline new features of its equipment ranges, alongside new launches of its latest developments.

At the heart of Allu’s stand will be a strong business focus on efficiency – promoting itself as a ‘one-stop-shop’ for screening, crushing, aerating, mixing and loading solutions.

The German company has announced that it will bring its Allu Transformer DL 2-09 with 8 mm TS blades (the thinnest blade model), the DH 3-17 Transformer with 16/32 TS blades, the DH 4-17 with 25/50 TS blades, the M 3-20 transformer with 50 mm TS blades and an Allu Processor 300HD.

The patented TS blade structure from Allu is touted as a modern development for the crushing and screening market, generating new levels of efficiency and productivity with the new blade variations.

The Allu Processor featured at the show will be a power mixer attachment which can convert any excavator into a versatile mixing tool.

Using this tool the excavator can then penetrate effectively to mixing a variety of suitable materials for the attachment ranging from clay, silt, peat, sludge and sediment, to dredged material and contaminated soil.

Fitted to, and powered by the excavator’s hydraulic system, and benefitting from its ability to reach difficult or soft areas, the Processor 300 HD is able to mix materials anywhere an excavator can go.

The ALLU stand will be located C20326 Central Hall.

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