Hedweld launching new mining equipment tyre handler at AIMEX

first_imgHedweld will release a new tyre handler, designed as a maintenance tool for the safe and efficient removal or installation of tyres from a range of  earthmoving and plant equipment, just one of a range of products on display at Stand 5707 during AIMEX, to be held at Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush, from September 6-9. The Trilift® TH15000 Workshop Tyre Handler is a self-contained diesel/hydraulic-powered, remote-controlled unit designed for the safe removal and installation of tyres and rims up to 15,000 kg safe working load, ranging in size from 27:00 R49 to 59/80 R63.“This tool has been developed for use in a workshop environment and its compact design provides minimal impact on the normal operations of a mining workshop,” Hedweld’s marketing co-ordinator, Mark Grant, said.Hedweld’s stand will also feature:The Trilift TH2000 Tyre Handler for underground mining vehicles, a self-propelled, three-wheeled main frame carrier designed to assist with the removal and replacement of the tyres and wheels of underground vehicles with a safe working load up to 2,000 kgThe Trilift Dozer Track Roller Removing Tool, which aids in the removal of track rollers on dozers and other track drive machines and can be mounted to the top of a Trilift Belly Pan Hoist or existing forklifts and overhead cranesSafe-Away® Ladders including the Electric Ladder V and CF models, along with an EE (Emergency Escape) ladder and an RTV (Raise to Vertical) ladder with hydraulic actuator.“The Safe-Away ladder systems have been designed to provide a simple access solution for use in the mining, earthmoving and civil works industries,” Grant said.Established in 1980, the Hedweld Group of Companies says its products are designed to either safely and efficiently handle components or provide safe access to heavy earthmoving equipment while delivering time and cost savings to the end user.last_img read more