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Davis Derby to showcase products at Hillhead 2018

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Attracting more than 18,000 visitors, Hillhead is famous for its live demonstrations and wide range of equipment that is put through its paces in a quarry deep in the heart of the Derbyshire countryside. 

Davis Derby have exhibited StedFAST and TruckLOG products at the biennial event for a number of years and know how important this show is for attracting visitors from across Europe, not least to see the spectacular live demonstrations, plant, equipment and latest technologies.

This year’s trade fair promises to be bigger and better than before, which reflects the developments in the StedFAST and TruckLOG range of specialist conveyor protection systems.

Business director Richard Locke said that this year will offer an exciting opportunity to demonstrate their range of products: ‘Located in the main pavilion, we will showcase our conveyor belt fault-detection system using WiPAN technology.

‘With big cost savings and a significant reduction in downtime this new technology has been designed to integrate directly into the conveyor pull-key system and provides real-time data and condition monitoring.’

Davis Derby is world renowned for the design and development of cutting edge electronic safety products and control monitoring systems to mines and quarries all over the world.
Hillhead takes place from 26-28 June 2018 at the Hillhead Quarry near Buxton in Derbyshire. For more details visit www.hillhead.com

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