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Promove Demolition appoint new UK dealer

Promove attachments now available in the UK

TDL Equipment to handle sales and support of Promove hydraulic breakers and attachments

ITALIAN manufacturers Promove Demolition have appointed TDL Equipment as new UK dealer for their comprehensive range of demolition attachments. Promove have been manufacturing and supplying hydraulic hammers, shears and other demolition equipment to the global market for more than 30 years, developing a strong reputation in the waste-management and recycling sectors.

Sheffield-based TDL Equipment’s partnership with Promove will bolster the former’s equipment portfolio and continue its expansion of supplied equipment, including Atlas products, into the UK construction, demolition, scrap and waste sectors.

Promove offer a wide range of hydraulic breakers to fit all excavators on the market, delivering breaking performance and reliability at the highest level. The hydraulic breaker range has a proven pedigree worldwide, supported by innovative features such as the company’s ‘Smart Valve’ which stops unintentional blank firing, and ‘e-Breaker’ telematics system that optimizes fleet management.

TDL Equipment will also distribute multi-processors, fixed pulverizers and rotating pulverizers suitable for use on machines up to 50 tonnes. Promove’s specialist demolition attachments range has been designed with the operator in mind and includes key features such as reversible blades, heavy-duty and oversized pivot components, and large jaw opening to optimize productivity.

In addition, a full line of selector grabs and attachments from the Italian manufacturer’s scrap shear range will be made available through TDL Equipment. As well as supplying Promove’s wide range of attachments for the demolition and recycling markets, TDL Equipment will also provide full aftermarket care, spare parts and servicing for the full range in the UK.

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