Safer, higher capacity pump units debut at LAMMA

  • Slurry management specialists Tramspread will debut a range of uprated and improved engine driven pump units (EDPU) at LAMMA in January 2024

The EDPUs feature a new chassis that is 200mm wider and 400mm longer than previous models. This will enable extra pipework and valves specified by users to be accommodated, and larger fuel tanks with capacity increased from 375 litres to 500 litres which will reduce the need for daily refilling.

The trailed EDPU models also benefit from uprated sprung axles and larger 355/60 R18 tyres and wheels. This makes the units safer when travelling at higher road speeds.

A further new option of air or hydraulic brakes and LED lights on the class leading contractor units have been incorporated to improve safety for both operators and the public when the units are in transport.

New, upgraded remote control systems offer further safety measures. Operators can choose from ultra high frequency (UHF) or GSM remote systems which feature improved screen graphics, repeater stations and automatic sponge launchers.

Customers will be able to choose the colour of their pump unit and there are also changes beneath the surface, with new profiles and preformed brackets that will make assembly a simpler process regardless of whether Bauer, Doda, or Cri-man pumps are fitted.

Visitors to LAMMA will find the new EDPUs and a range of Tramspread’s slurry handling equipment on stand 350 in Hall 12.

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