Rotar scrap shear line increased to three models

By Lindsay Gale03 March 2011

Rotar’s RSS range of scrap shears will eventually consist of five models

Rotar’s RSS range of scrap shears will eventually consist of five models

Rotar International b v has added two new models to its RSS line of scrap shears to join the 4,440 kg (9,768 lb) RSS 40 for excavators from 25 to 38 tonnes that received its formal launch at bauma last year. The new attachments are the 3,650 kg (8,030 lb) RSS 30 for 20 to 32 tonne carriers and the 6,350 kg (13,970 lb) RSS 50 for 30 to 50 tonne machines.

Rotar intends to add a further two models to the range, one at either end of the weight scale, in the shape of the RSS 20 and RSS 100, but further details are not available at time of going to press.

According to the company, the new tools feature a powerful cylinder that, in conjunction with an integrated speed valve, provides powerful cutting force and rapid cycle times. They also feature 360 degree rotation, indexable cutting edges, pocket nose blades and a bolt on adapter, and are easy to service.

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