Hydraulic tipping gear specialists, Edbro, will be on hand at this year’s RWM exhibition to discuss its industry leading products and services. Since developing the world’s first hydraulic tipping cylinder in 1916, Edbro has led the market in increasing payloads, reducing tipping times and improving safety. Having produced over 1,000,000 cylinders, the company is able to provide support for almost any tipping application.
Held at the NEC, the RWM exhibition is the leading exhibition for the recycling and waste management sector. This year Edbro will be found on stand 3070D where its sales team will be on hand to discuss its wide range of tipping cylinders, hydraulic kits and safety devices. Visitors will also be able to learn about the company’s maintenance and repair service that is known to increase the operating life of tipping equipment.
The company’s tipping cylinder range includes the weight saving, integrated ram and tank CX14 cylinder which can generate up to £8,000 extra payload over the lifetime of a chassis; its heavy duty CS range for large fixed body tipping trailers; and its range of under-body tippers which provide fast and compact tipping. Edbro compliments its tipping gear with its safe tipping range of products which includes an overhead, high voltage alert system and ‘inclinometer’ tipping angle detection device.
John Cooper, Edbro Sales Manager, comments: “The RWM show is an incredibly popular exhibition within the Waste and Recycling industry. With councils and private refuse collection companies alike needing to reduce costs and increase collection services we feel that it is an important time to increase our presence within the market. I am confident that we will be able to help the show’s visitors to generate increase the profitability of their collection vehicles.”
Edbro are the number one manufacturer of hydraulic truck tipping hoists and waste management equipment in the world.
With over 90 years of experience, the company has developed a range of products that offer high levels of safety and efficiency to customers worldwide. Latest tipping cylinders provide reduced weight and faster operation than other systems available, improving profits through greater load carrying capacity and increased number of deliveries.
With an extensive network of offices and distributors, Edbro can provide standard or custom solutions for any application, to anywhere in the world.
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