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stand to discuss its extensive range of hot storage systems. These include a compact four silo cluster, which allows the discharge from all four silos to a single truck loading point; this offers the opportunity to use one weighbridge for vehicle loading. The KS range of foam-mix and lean-concrete plants will also be featured and visitors will be able to discuss options for a bespoke mobile production facility. BG Europa’s range of retrofit equipment will also be exhibited, including rotary dryer drums and pulse-jet filters, which offer significant benefits over traditional reverse-air types. FMA-Ullrich will also be represented on the stand, illustrating hot-asphalt storage options, including the S200/4 silo cluster that offers a versatile, compact storage solution.

Bosch Rexroth Stand: P66

Bosch Rexroth provide components and full service support for all their products and solutions. Intelligent hydraulics are in greater demand than ever before, with traditional concepts increasingly reaching their limits in the face of growing challenges from future machine generation requirements. As part of the Bosch Group, Rexroth is in the unique position of being able to partner with Bosch Diesel Systems to develop hydraulic control systems which can communicate and work in partnership with the engine control system to get optimum power and fuel economy out of working machines. Hydraulics from Rexroth, combined with innovative drive technology and intelligent electronics, offer a variety of approaches for manufacturers to achieve decisive competitive advantages.

Brevini Power Transmission Stand E22

Brevini Power Transmission is displaying at Hillhead 2012 on stand E22. With a wide product range and extensive UK technical support available, Brevini is able to offer tailored solutions to most applications. Brevini’s gearbox range is ideally suited to the varied applications found within the quarrying industry. High-torque, low-speed planetary gearboxes; track-drive gearboxes for large vehicles; and unique planetary & bevel helical hybrid gearboxes all feature within what Brevini claims is the most comprehensive gearbox range on the market.

The stand will host a range of hydraulic motors from the company. Products from the two companies provide a synergy for customers that delivers superior efficiency and performance. Brevini also offers a maintenance and repair service for all models and makes of gearboxes; as a gearbox manufacturer it is able to draw on its many resources, from technical expertise to commercial purchasing power, to ensure that it delivers a first class service at competitive rates.

CAMS Group Stand F6

The Cams group is operative since 1969, internally it has two productive units Cams Industriale and Cams Macchine. Cams Industriale produces machinery for the industrial handling of dust/powder materials. In these years it has consolidated its image as a company with reliable products, attentive to customer needs and market changes. Producing silos, screw conveyors, filters for dust elimination, valves and complete batch plant installations for construction premix mortar.

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loaders. They are reliable machines that give the operator a relaxing feeling, yet still work with maximum productivity. The power of each motion is hidden by the precise and progressive commands that allow maximum manoeuvrability also by non experts. All machine models have an appreciated design, with low profile coverings allowing maximum visibility in every job situation.

Case Construction Equipment Stand: X7

Case Construction Equipment will celebrate 170 years of innovation and engineering excellence at this year’s Hillhead quarry equipment exhibition. With a host of new machine introductions this year, Case has continued to invest in a range of Tier 4 Interim emissions standards solutions. This has resulted in the adoption of Tier 4 Interim engines across 90% of Case models, maintaining the company’s position at the forefront of efficient, productive equipment design.

The company will have a range of F Series wheeled loaders, C Series excavators and two of its latest skid steers on static display, with a CX370C crawler excavator and a 1021F wheeled loader at work at the quarry face in the demonstration area. In addition to the machinery on show, Case will be running a round of its popular Rodeo operator skills competition at the show, with drivers trying their hand on the firm’s latest mini excavators and T Series backhoe loaders. Equipment solutions will also make up an important part of the stand, with experts available to discuss finance, spare parts, service and maintenance back-up, along with the new Case telematics system. Case will show both the popular CX250C and the larger CX370C at Hillhead, each powered by new low emission Tier 4 Interim engines offering increased efficiency and fuel savings benefits. Through the use of the Case Intelligent Hydraulic System (CIHS), incorporating five electronically managed energy saving systems, these models deliver higher productivity with lower running costs to boost customer profitability. With utility machines playing an increasingly important role in quarry operation and in the use of aggregates on road and building construction sites, Case will have two models from its recently updated skid steer line. The SR175 is a radial lift model, while the SV250 uses a vertical lift arm layout. Visitors to the Case Construction Equipment stand will have the opportunity to enjoy traditional Case hospitality. In addition Case will be holding one of the UK rounds of its 2012 Rodeo operator challenge. Operators from all over Europe take part in

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