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PortPortafill to launch new crusher range at Hillhead 2012
Jun, 18 2012
(UK) -- Portafill International Ltd will be using the Hillhead exhibition to formally launch their new range of compact crushers. On the stand will be the Portafill 7000IC a revolutionary impact crusher designed to the exacting needs of recycling contractors and operators.
Portafill have been manufacturing mobile screens for over 16 years and the 7000IC represents the first machine in a new range of crushers that business manager Malachy Rafferty says will add to the popularity of the company and its products. 'I have been designing and manufacturing crushers and screens now for over 45 years but this is the first time I have introduced a compact crusher at Portafill. In the early days with Masterskreen, before the company was sold to Metso Minerals, I also designed a range of mobile crushers. Experience counts in this industry and I'd be confident that we can make a positive impact with our range of crushers.'
The 7000IC will address the growing need for compact, cost effective crushing. The unique compact design means that the crusher is easily transported without permits and can be delivered to worldwide locations in a container. Fuel efficient and economical to run, the crusher will process up to 120tph of materials such as concrete, brick, asphalt or stone and is ideal for use in confined inner city locations where space is at a premium.
'There are some unique design features in the 7000IC and we have taken steps to protect these features. The design allows for total mobility and ease of transport without sacrificing power or performance'.
Also on display from Portafill at Hillhead will be the popular 5000CT screen and 4000T trommel. Portafill have also announced that they will be releasing further crushers later in the year that will add to the product offering to dealers and customers.
You can see the machines and talk with Portafill representatives at Hillhead between June 19-21 on outdoor stand Q6.
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