ALLU will be proudly exhibiting and demonstrating equipment from its Transformer, Processor and other equipment ranges at bauma 2019. As well as established and proven equipment, ALLU will be unveiling its latest developments, and launching new and exciting solutions.
The next bauma will be held from 8 - 14 April in Munich, Germany. As the world’s leading construction equipment exhibition, ALLU will be using the show to exhibit and demonstrate leading members of its ranges, outline new features of the equipment, and launch its latest developments aimed at further enhancing customer business operations.
New products and solutions
In addition to its existing state-of-the-art equipment solutions being exhibited at the show, ALLU will also be introducing new products and solutions. These consist of:
- The new and upgraded ALLU Mobile App with new functions aimed at helping improve customers’ productivity and jobsite safety, whilst also providing enhanced customer service.
- ALLU TS blade structure with two fragment sizes and a new blade thickness of 8 mm.
- ALLU TS doubling/tripling new blade variations for combinations of between 8 mm right up to 105 mm providing more possibilities with one ALLU.
The patented unique TS blade structure has been developed by ALLU which has long been a pioneer developing techniques of this kind. The TS blades are a modern development for the screener/crusher market, with ALLU set to deliver new levels of efficiency and productivity with the new blade variations. This new blade structure will further enable customers to utilise their ALLU Transformer in more than way.
The ALLU Mobile App is the latest development of ALLU’s state of the art communication system. This provides an intelligent digital solution for customers and operators to obtain accurate and timely operational information, thereby maximising safe and productive use of ALLU equipment. Through easier and improved contact functionality, customer support is also enhanced through the new features of the App.
The complete line-up for bauma 2019
The ALLU stand will be located in the open area north of the extensive show ground, right next to the north/east entrance. The purpose designed stand will enable ALLU to show visitors how ALLU equipment and solutions are able to transform business operations, delivering improved productivity, efficiency and profitability. The entire range of Transformer models from the smallest DL series to the large M series will be exhibited, and in addition, the stand will show the ALLU Processor 500 HD and a selection of ALLU Compacting Plates.
As well as a static display, the following will be demonstrated throughout the show:
- DL 2-12 TS 25.
- DL 2-12 X50.
All the above will be demonstrated fitted to a Cat 308 (8 t) compact base machine. The Transformers here will demonstrate how an earthmoving operation is able to effectively operate even when space is limited. Thus, compact sized DL series Transformers are the ideal solution, being the perfect tools for landscaping and agriculture.
Another demonstration is aimed at showing how pipeline operations are transformed through the use of ALLU equipment. An ALLU D series Transformer will be demonstrated fitted to a Liebherr 926 compact (27 t) excavator, which will also include ALLU’s new and unique TS blades. The full line up here will consist of:
- DN 3-17 TS 25.
- DS 3-17 X75 drum.
- ALLU Compactor HD1200 with OQ70/55.
The developments and demonstrations show that with the widest range of attachments on the market, the ALLU equipment ranges enable businesses to choose the right piece of equipment to meet their very particular requirements. ALLU looks forward to showing at first-hand how its equipment and expertise can help any business transform more than just its profits.
The ALLU stand at bauma will be located at FN.1021/2 in the open area, north.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/product-news/31012019/allu-to-launch-new-products-at-bauma-2019/
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