TABE

Tabe presents the new hydraulic breaker AGB-40. The manufacture of this breaker followed a series of tests carried out by TABE in conjunction with Aragón Technology Institute (ITA) to test the company’s heavy duty products. This model was the first to be tested at the ITA. The ITA has facilities to test equipment of up to 6.6 m in height and therefore has the capacity to run tests on models as large as the AGB-60. Following its launch in Spain, the TABE crushing bucket will be presented internationally for the first time at bauma 2010. It comes in two models: the GT-25 V2 and the GT-35 V2, of 2 650 kg und 3 900 kg respectively. Both are designed to turn demolition waste into gravel or crushed stone. This waste can be recycled onsite resulting in savings on transport and rubble skips.

Hall F8, Stand N908/1, www.tabe-hammers.com

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