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Diamond dumper development


Available from Diamond Hire & Sales, a specialist diamond drilling and demolition equipment hirer based in Farnborough, is the Twinca Contractor ES-800 battery-powered high-tip compact dumper, which is


manufactured in Denmark. General Manager Richard Fielding says the company has several of the machines in its own fleet, alongside other environmentally-friendly items such as Takeuchi hybrid mini excavators, and it is now offering the Twinca to other companies. The machine has a load capacity of 1,000kg, incorporates a scissor


lift mechanism and can discharge into a skip to a maximum height of 1710mm. The unit weighs 560kg and is claimed to provide a running time of up to 14 hours from its four 6V batteries. Diamond Hire says the Twinca has proved very popular for


work in noise-sensitive environments such as hospitals and near residential areas.


01252 524141 www.diamondhireandsales.co.uk STAND D55


Move it with Altrad Belle Altrad Belle’s heavy-duty 4x4 BMD 300


mini dumper has a Honda’s GV160 petrol engine and offers four forward travel speeds and one reverse drive, with the ability to negotiate inclines up to 38°.


When fitted with the tip-up skip it offers a maximum 300kg payload capacity whilst still being suitable for use in confined spaces due to the machine’s 71cm width, allowing it to travel through a standard doorway.


Attachments available include turf tyres, a towing hitch with a 1000kg


payload capacity for tasks such as moving trailers and caravans around a site, a snow plough, flatbed and skip loading ramps.


01298 84606 www.ALTRAD-belle.com 52 Giant range of compact machines


Tobroco-Giant UK offers a range of 16 compact loaders, telescopic handlers and skid steer machines that can be fitted with more than 100 attachment options for a variety of grounds care and construction tasks. The models have been selected from 36 that are produced by the Netherlands-based manufacturer. The compact skid steer loaders have a short wheelbase and


low weight, starting from 750kg, and a narrow width of 720mm. They are driven by four hydraulic wheel motors and give a lift capacity of 300kg. The telescopic handler line-up includes the 4548 Tendo HD,


which is less than 2m in both width and height. It has a service weight of 2,950kg and a maximum lifting height of 4.8m. Available in the Giant range of telescopic wheel loaders is the D254SW Tele, the smallest in the portfolio with a service weight of 1,100kg, a width of 92cm and a lifting height of more than 2.8m.


01622 845149 www.tobroco-giant.uk Stability from Wacker Neuson


The latest mini excavator from Wacker Neuson is the ET16. Its undercarriage can be extended from 990mm to 1,300mm to allow the operator to drive through narrow passages and to provide stability. The machine has an operating weight of 1.5 tonnes and the fully glazed cab is designed for maximum leg and head room. Other models available include the ET18, ET20 and ET24


covering operating weights between 1.7 tonnes and 2.4 tonnes. Each has a boom system offering a choice of two dipper stick lengths, and they can be fitted with the manufacturer’s Vertical Digging System (VDS) for working on uneven surfaces. The revolving superstructure can be tilted by up to 15° degrees to compensate for gradients of up to 27%, facilitating work on slopes.


01785 785700 www.wackerneuson.com


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