Plant & Equipment
At Alresford Sand & Ballast Co. Ltd's Villa Farm Quarry, bulk excavation to stockpile is the preferred method of extraction, which is sub-contracted as and when necessary.
Available in 12V, 24V and combination 12/24V units, KJC have developed a range of powerful, mains-free portable engine starting units for the instant restaring of plant and vehicles with flat...
DCE have launched their new compact EVC controller which is now fitted as standard to the full range of DCE Siloair and Spotair filters.
NORDBERG (UK) Ltd have been appointed as the sole UK distributors of the Broyt range of track- and wheel-mounted faceshovels.
Terex UK Ltd have been appointed as distributors for Hyundai Construction Equipment Products in south London, south-eastern, central-southern and south-west England.
Redditch-based Marubeni-Komatsu have announced the introduction of a range of improved Komatsu wheel loaders covering models from the 2.6m3 WA320-3 up to the 4.6m3 WA470-3.
Germany's Hazemag & EPR GmbH have appointed Wakefield-based Vibraflo, a division of BJD100 Ltd, as their exclusive representatives for the UK and Ireland, covering their full range of crushing...
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE-based ARH Conveyors have won an order to supply six complete conveyor systems to a coastal quarry near Bergen in Norway.
Cormac (the contracting arm of Cornwall County Council) have recently taken delivery of a 9.5 tonnes Ammann AV95N roller.
Sensonics have introduced the ME9601 system, a complete and cost-effective vibration monitor which is installed in three stages to give early warning of excessive vibration levels on all types of...
Milltronics' IQ Radar 160 unit measures levels in extreme temperatures up to 200oC and in vaporous atmospheres.
Cambridge-based aggregates company M.
Masterhitch Europe Ltd have launched their new Millennium hitch, the latest generation of their excavator-mounted quick hitch.
A quarry in Carnforth, Lancashire, operated by Tarmac Quarry Products, has found that changing to an ESAB welding wire has eliminated the wire-feed problems that were previously being experienced...