Available to UK contractors and plant hire companies from Finlay Hire, the Allu Stabilisation Bucket, commonly used by remediation contractors, has been put to work on sites that have become water-logged after months of rain.
Such conditions impede plant movements and general site activity – but the arrival of the Allu Stabilisation Bucket (http://www.alluatfinlay.co.uk/
This process – involving just one Allu Stabilisation Bucket - has little impact on the day-to-day operations of the site and delivers a hard-standing surface as a platform for development projects to continue.
The Allu Stabilisation Bucket is designed specifically to ‘screen and stabilise’ difficult materials such as clay and waste with high moisture levels, which is too cohesive for traditional screens.
Chris Bell of Finlay Hire Ltd – part of the Finlay Group of Companies, said: “The Stabilisation model of Allu Bucket, with its ability to handle wet and cohesive material, is ideal for the conditioning of material that would otherwise have to leave site, with all the cost and disruption that entails.
“Without the ability to stabilise the ground and faced with consistent bad weather, contractors can face the prospect of removing unsuitable soil to landfill and replacing it with virgin aggregate to make the land good.
“The Allu process reduces road usage and costs by negating the need to transport materials in and out of the site, which is an important consideration in built-up residential areas.
“With any material, the processing will involve some manipulation with an excavator or wheel loader. When it is possible to move, screen, crush, aerate and mix with just one attachment, the benefits of the Allu system provide a compelling offer.”
The Finlay Group is the sole supplier of Allu products (http://www.alluatfinlay.co.uk/
More information and examples of the different applications for the Allu Range, including remediation, trench arisings and crushing can be seen at http://www.alluatfinlay.co.uk or by contacting The Finlay Group on 01785 282323.
Press release issued by Jane Shepherd, Shepherd PR Limited, 01538 308685/mobile 07985 129315