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PMSA cements its reputation for innovation

PMSA cements its reputation for innovation

Company News Thursday, November 24, 2016: Pan Mixers South Africa

“We have an array of options to suit all client needs, having been building on our technology, leadership and expertise in the concrete products sector over the past 40 years,” PMSA MD Walter Ebeling comments.

The manufacturer used Totally Concrete 2016 to showcase its latest developments, which form part of an overall innovation and technology drive. “Having all this technology and skills available to us in-house, it makes absolute sense that we drive the technology,” Ebeling notes.

Ultravibe has been designed specifically to run maintenance-free for up to three years. The new vibrators have the capacity to produce 170 kN of vibration force on PMSA’s flagship RE1400 machine. This will allow for the production of extra-large concrete elements, from 300 mm to 500 mm in height.

As part of its automated brick, block and paving manufacturing equipment, PMSA also offers locally-developed automation and handling systems for large-scale brick and block plants to increase productivity and boost end quality.

Another example PMSA’s ongoing product development is its new Eco range of automated handling systems, also unveiled officially at Totally Concrete 2016. This latest technology gives customers the option of automated handling plants at a far more affordable price compared to top-of-the-range systems. The new Eco range of handling systems includes forklift options as opposed to more conventional but higher-cost finger and transfer car systems.

“We are unique in the industry in being a specialist manufacturer that is able to cover the entire business spectrum, from establishing a business to boosting the bottom line through the application of appropriate technology,” Ebeling concludes.