Quebec contractor buys largest attachment at Kinshofer's CONEXPO booth
AM Démolition of Charlemagne, Quebec, purchased the large mobile scrap shear
AM Démolition, a fast-growing demolition company based out of Charlemagne, Quebec, purchased the DRS-75-A.
"Kinshofer manufactures durable, reliable attachments," says Remi Maltais, president, AM Démolition. "We purchased the DRS-75-A because we are growing as a company and we want to be able to provide demolition services on projects that require bigger equipment."
The DRS-75-A features some unique features, including a unique Blade Locking System (BLS) in upper and lower jaw and a Shear Arm Guiding System (SGS).
In order to increase longevity and improve durability, the shear features a wear-resistant, high-grade steel body combined with heavy-duty bearings in the pivot points. A heavy-duty 360-degree rotation is optional.
Offset blades create additional cutting force and the shear features an extremely high cutting force and optimal performance-to-weight ratio. All wear cutting blades can be turned and re-used four times. To increase longevity, the piercing tip is exchangeable and re-weldable.
"We're delighted that AM Démolition has made this purchase here at ConExpo – the DRS Mobile Shear provides an ideal solution, delivering a critical combination of an extremely high cutting force, a high-speed output and an optimal weight-to-performance ratio across a range of everyday tasks. It's suited for a variety of applications including demolition, scrap processing and tire recycling, and the range includes six different sizes and a variety of mounting options, suitable for excavators with an operating weight from 14 to 80 tons," says Dany Martin, sales manager, Kinshofer North America.
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