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BPH Attachments deliver success in the Middle East

PRODEM

Company supplies PRODEM hydraulic shears for major demolition project in Saudi Arabia

BPH Attachments have expanded their materials processing expertise and hydraulic attachments offering to the Middle Eastern market. Three PRODEM dedicated shears – the PDS200R, PDS300R and PDS400R – have been purchased to tear down a number of fire-damaged 35m high fuel tanks for a customer in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

According to BPH, given the strenuous work the PRODEM shears will be undertaking on the demolition contract, the bolt-on piercing tip and blades – which can be turned up to four times before replacement – will ensure that service downtime is kept to an absolute minimum.

The PDS200R, PDS300R and PDS400R units will provide reduced cycle times, thanks to an innovative speed valve that regenerates power while protecting the shear, thus eliminating internal oil pressure peaks.

In addition, the dual upper jaws of the PRODEM shears have been specially engineered to improve cutting power, deliver efficiency and increase productivity for end-users faced with challenging demolition tasks. 

BPH sales director Matt Bastable said: ‘This is our first step into the Middle Eastern market and we are looking forward to long and successful relationships with contractors throughout the region.

‘We have seen significant continued growth for the PRODEM brand over the past few years and, with new business opportunities presenting themselves worldwide, we are thrilled that our reputation for innovation, reliability, performance and customer service is spreading.’

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