Versatility of Allu DH 3 shown in North America

Versatility of Allu DH 3 shown in North America

Catering for applications of all sizes and capable of processing any material that can be screened and sorted, the Allu Transformer series comprises of the compact DL & D Series as well as the truly massive M and G Series. All are designed to transform the way in which material handling and processing businesses are able to improve their efficiency and profitability.

The Allu Transformer, whatever its size and configuration, is ideal for recycling, processing concrete, soil, sand, tree-derived materials, rocks and minerals. It also aerates and screens, loads and crushes, and all of this can be done on site. This truly mobile solution provides the versatility and flexibility to enable work to be accomplished more efficiently even in the most challenging environments. This results in substantial savings in material and transport costs, as no time is lost when waiting for replacement material.

Special dredging operations in Wisconsin

One such application where the versatility, productivity and efficiency of the Transformer has proven itself is in Wisconsin. Here an Allu DH 3-17 Transformer is being used to remove 600 mm of soil from a navigable river. The Transformer is mounted on a John Deere 470 excavator with a long reach configuration, with a position and angle sensor being mounted to the Transformer so that the operation can be observed on a monitor in the cab of the excavator. A dredge pump for the operation is able to receive material up to 75 mm, with the Transformer removing rocks and other debris without unnecessary downtime.

Recycling in Canada

In Nova Scotia, Canada, another DH 3-17 Transformer is currently being used to separate board material from sawdust and also to crush tree bark. This Transformer solution has proven to be an efficient attachment for the job, as it has replaced the stationary processing equipment which required expensive maintenance as it aged. The Transformer requires fewer people at the work site due to higher utilization, resulting directly in fewer pieces of machinery being needed on site.

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