Simex celebrates birthday with new attachments
Simex's new WG 40 wall profiler can be used in tunnels
Italian company Simex, which produces earthmoving attachments for compaction, crushing and milling, is celebrating its 25th birthday by launching a number of new products.
Founded in 1991 by Mirco Risi, the company is introducing its new vertical cutter, the TFV, which is designed for excavator mounting, and which is said to be ideal for profiling, trenching irregular shapes, cleaning piers, digging narrow trenches, removing iron and steel residues, or mixing soils. Also new is the company’s WG 40 wall profiler for smoothing uneven surfaces and removing shotcrete bumps in a number of applications including tunnels.
The company is also introducing a number of new wheel saws that are designed for a variety of cutting and trenching jobs. These include the RWE 30, RWE 50, RWE 60 and the T200.