On the EDGE

The Slayer proved a popular draw on the stand.

The Slayer proved a popular draw on the stand.


ScotPlant 2012 saw EDGE Innovate (NI) Ltd promote equipment from its range of waste recycling, quarrying and materials handling equipment.
Sales executive Declan McKenna and senior engineer Martin Gallen hosted the company’s first attendance at the event and Declan commented: “With familiar faces from the Scottish quarrying and recycling industries keeping the stand constantly busy over the two-day event, Scotplant was a major success for EDGE.
“Many orders for equipment were signed and we look forward to returning to ScotPlant bigger and better next time around.”
Popular on the stand was the Slayer, a twin-shaft, slow-speed shredder with a range of features including rapid shaft interchange, high reliability and an infinite number of shaft configuration options.
EDGE Innovate (NI) Ltd. highlighted other product developments, services and expertise including the newly-available 622 Trommel. Available in track, static or wheeled versions, the company said it opens up new options for operatorsrequiring high throughputs, large in-feed size, and a high-quality end product.

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