Transforming operations for a Swedish firm

The use of ALLU Transformer D-Series attachments are helping boost operations for a Swedish firm. The company, Kits Contractor, is using the units for precision screening and material processing applications for a variety of projects, transforming material arising from recycling, blasting and excavating. The firm bought its first ALLU Transformer in 2014 but found that the Transformer was too small for its needs, replacing the unit with an ALLU DN 3-12 model in 2015, which it still owns and operates.
Materials / June 11, 2019
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Kits Contractor is benefiting from the use of its ALLU attachments
The use of ALLU Transformer D-Series attachments are helping boost operations for a Swedish firm.


The company, Kits Contractor, is using the units for precision screening and material processing applications for a variety of projects, transforming material arising from recycling, blasting and excavating.

The firm bought its first 2180 ALLU Transformer in 2014 but found that the Transformer was too small for its needs, replacing the unit with an ALLU DN 3-12 model in 2015, which it still owns and operates. Other purchases followed, including a DS 4-17 in 2017, and a DH 4-17 in 2018 for pre-and-rough crushing and screening.

The latest units have been mounted on a Liebherr excavator and a Volvo CE wheeled loader. The DN 3-12 is currently configured to produce 0-30mm materials, whereas the DS 4-17 is configured to 0-16mm. The firm’s main business is recycling construction waste, as well as blasting.

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