Blue Group have successful Demo Expo
Blue Group recently exhibited at Demo Expo, the demolition industry’s biggest event which was held between Thursday 22nd and Saturday 24th June at the Hertfordshire Showground near St Albans. Blue had three machines on display at the event, the Powerscreen PT400, EvoQuip Bison 120 Jaw Crusher and the brand new EvoQuip Cobra 230 Impact Crusher.
The Powerscreen Premiertrak 400 is designed for medium scale operators in the quarrying, demolition and recycling sectors, and includes a hydraulic adjust and release. The Premiertrak 400 post-screen also allows users to generate a type one product at high volume from one machine. It has been designed with a quick release system, to ensure maximum up-time and easy service and maintenance.
The Bison 120 and Cobra 230 are part of the new EvoQuip range of crushers and screens. The brand offers a comprehensive portfolio of products to address the needs of the compact crushing and screening markets in five key industries: building and construction; quarries; farming and agriculture; landscaping and gardening and asphalt and concrete crushing.
The EvoQuipTM range starts with the Bison 35 crusher capable of outputting up to 30 tones per hour and goes up to the Cobra 260 crusher capable of outputting 250 tones per hour. The Cobra 230, which was on show at the event is a machine that can dramatically enhance the profitability of an operator, whether they are in Construction & Demolition, Asphalt Recycling, Quarrying or Contract Crushing. It’s a machine that provides class leading productivity, unmatched versatility and excellent fuel efficiency. The quick set up times, simple intuitive operation and ease of transport make this machine an ideal solution
The Bison 120 has a 2.3m3 hopper capacity with a grizzly feeder as standard. Behind the machine is a very powerful Isuzu engine which enables the Bison 120 to process up to 80tph. This model also has a jaw level sensor and a remote control as standard. Transport dimensions are 5.66m long x 2.25m wide and the overall weight of the machine is 13,000Kgs.
Commenting on the event, Blue London Sales Director, Danny Morgan said. “While footfall was not exceptionally high, the quality of visitor was very good. Even on the last day, which was aimed at families, there were some key players in the industry visiting our stand to see the machines and of course take advantage of our hospitality by grabbing a bacon sandwich or a burger”