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PLANTWORX REVIEW continued


CRH adds dust suppression


Hirer, CRH Plant, has added Air Spectrum water cannons to its fleet for on-site dust suppression. The model on show was the DC-30 unit that has a range of up to 30m. It can be supplied on a trailer with a water tank and pump for autonomous operation. Also on display was a


Groundhog Fusion welfare unit that has been specially developed for CRH by Genquip to meet demand from the rail industry. It fits on to a standard bogey and can accommodate six people.


01386 830354 www.crhplant.co.uk Atlas Copco pump range


Given the heavy rain that affected the Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground site during Plantworx, it was perhaps appropriate that Atlas Copco had several examples from its pump range on display. Models on show included the PAS 6, a 6in diameter machine


from the self-priming PAS line-up, which is claimed to offer the performance of an 8in unit. It can deliver up to 500m3


to a maximum head height of 37m. 01442 222350


www.atlascopco.co.uk per hour


Thwaites unveils new cab option


Thwaites promoted a new Level 2 ROPS/FOPS cab option for its 9-tonne forward tip, 6-tonne forward tip and 6-tonne power swivel dumpers. The cab, which will be available towards the end of the year, has tinted side and rear glass as well as a heating system, a Bluetooth radio and a twin USB charging port. Also incorporated is a camera system that provides the operator with


360° visibility and is rated waterproof to the IP67 standard. 01926 422471


www.thwaitesdumpers.co.uk


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