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VEHICLES, PRODUCTS AND SERVICES


NO FORCED REGENERATION? KEEP ON RUNNING WITH IVECO


NO DRIVER


INTERVENTION • No damage to road surface


• No application restrictions


Full-bodied vehicles ready for immediate delivery. FUEL EFFICIENCY


DURABILITY


• No fuel is utilised to burn particulates


• No energy is lost to cool down exhaust gas


• HI-SCR engines breathe only clean air


• Low temperatures and no thermal damage to DPF


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SIMPLICITY


• Only one after treatment system


• No additional components on engine cooling system


ALWAYS CHEM STANDARD


NEW FOR 2018: EXTRA STRONG EXTENDING ARMS


POWERLIFT 3500 SKIP LOADING EQUIPMENT


3.5T Lifting Capacity / Independant Extending Arms and Legs Tipping and Lifting Chains / Capable of Delivering 8 Cubic Yard Skips / Finished in 2 Pack Primer


Call 01484 842293 E: info@powertecltd.com www.powertecltd.com 58 SHWM July, 2018


POWERTEC specialise in supplying and fitting hook loading equipment onto commercial vehicles and trailers.


We can supply a range of hook loaders suitable for 3.5T to 32T Chassis


All our equipment is CE marked, and is designed to meet CHEM standards.


For more information contact us on: 01484 842293


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