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Handling wide range of waste materials

Waste processing business TG Enviro, of Ellesmere, Shropshire, has taken delivery of equipment that will improve the efficiency of its operations.

The team needed a versatile machine to handle the diverse range of waste being processed on-site, so opted for the Fuchs MHL331 F materials hand­ler from Blue Central Group.

TG Group transport manager Jamie Jones said the machine was the perfect solution to deal with the team’s varied duties: “We needed equipment that could be used to process commercial, wood and domestic waste, as well as loading wagons with biomass woodchip, and the Fuchs model is perfect.

”It allows us to use one machine for lots of applications around the site, making us much more efficient.”

The divided cooling system, made up of a hydrostatically driven fan for the oil and a viscous type clutch driven fan for the water, ensures high performance with minimal noise while regulating temperature during operation in all climates – even as high as 50°C.  

For operations inside an en- closed waste transfer facility, there are options to improve operator safety and comfort such as sealed cab, reversing fans, dust suppression and air intake pre-filters.

The robust undercarriage ensures stability when loads weighing several tonnes are handled and transported, utilising a reach of up to 12m. Slewing gears and motors are finely adjusted and the lifting and stick cylinders are equipped with end-position damping.

 

 

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