Equipment and Machinery

Growth Through Partnerships

When Aussie Enviro Excavations, a private family-owned environmental services business, needed to expand their equipment fleet, they looked not only for quality-built equipment but also the ability of the supplier to support them throughout Australia.

Working closely and in consultation with specialised environmental and industry advisors, Aussie Enviro specialise in processing and remediation of contaminated soils and sites, including bringing the soil back to neutral levels and to meet environmental standards.

Due to an increased workload and specific project needs the company required to increase their equipment fleet, high priority was given to units which would allow them to achieve more efficient material processing and at the same time meet their site requirements.

“We had an older model of ALLU bucket in with Qld Rock Breakers (QRB) for some maintenance and we started to discuss options on a new bucket, which would allow us to move forward with a specific project,” Mark Cain, the director of Aussie Enviro Excavations said.

“The team at QRB listened to our project needs and came up with a solution that would deliver improved efficiency and provide reliability, sustainability and stability for the project.”

Arthur Lewis, QRB Product Manager recommended an ALLU DS3-17 Transformer bucket coupled with a patent TS blade set, with a specific screening aperture size.

“DS3-17 is capable of not only producing the results required with the soil but could also give Aussie Enviro flexibility from job to job as the blade set can be changed for each job, depending on material type being screened and end product grade required,” Arthur said.

Delivered in a timely manner and attached to a Case CX250C excavator, the ALLU DS3-17 bucket is now operating onsite and has allowed Aussie Enviro to kick off the project on time and work towards meeting the completion timeframe.

“The ALLU DS3-17 was a perfect balanced combo for the new Case CX250C. We are currently processing up to 30 per cent more product with the new technology in this bucket even if the product has been high in moisture, and most importantly, we are meeting site requirements,” Mark said.

ALLU Group, the manufacturer of ALLU equipment recently partnered up with RDW group in an exclusive Australian distribution agreement. RDW have appointed a dedicated Australian ALLU dealer network that has ready access to genuine parts and a wealth of operational knowledge and experience to ensure ALLU products continue to contribute to customers’ profitability for their entire working life.

  • Victoria – Walkers Hammers
  • New South Wales – Groundtec
  • Queensland and Northern Territory – Qld Rock Breakers (QRB)
  • Western Australia – Total Rockbreaking Solutions (TRS)
  • South Australia – RAM Equipment
  • Tasmania – DLM Machinery

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