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ALLU processing solutions deliver ‘groundbreaking’ results

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Machinery attachments offer high performance, maximum productivity and ease of maintenance 

ALLU crushing and screening bucket attachments working side by side have delivered impressive productivity, environmental and efficiency improvements for recycling operators looking to maximize their return on investment through saleable reclaimed materials and improved profitability.  

With its heavy-duty range of materials processing attachments, the manufacturer offers a one-stop-shop for all crushing and screening needs. ALLU have already helped a Finnish customer deliver several benefits on a site involving demolition and materials processing by using a combination of screening buckets and crusher attachments.   

Here, the recycling contractor used both an ALLU Transformer DH 3-17 XHD screener crusher bucket and an AC 25-37 crusher bucket for reprocessing 5,000 tons of returned concrete into high-quality saleable aggregate.

To ensure a smooth operation, the throughput of reclaimed material to the screener crusher attachment had to be in a higher percentage than the AC 25-37 crusher bucket. The main goal for ALLU and the customer was to remove large amounts of fines accurately via the Transformer DH 3-17 XHD, so the overall amount of material for crushing was kept to a minimum. 

The Finnish recycling firm’s investment in the ALLU crusher buckets has clearly increased the reprocessing capability and capacity of the business, and many waste-management firms are increasingly using such attachments to deal with demolition waste and improve their bottom lines and environmental credentials.

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