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Tracked Stormajor boom feeder launched

Samson Materials Handling has launched a tracked derivative of its wheeled Stormajor boom feeder.
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The BF0415T tracked machine is described as by Aumund Group-owned Samson as the “evolution of the Stormajor principle.” It said it offered the market “proven high performance and reliability and now with unrivalled manoeuvrability”.

The concept is designed to delivers a cost effective solution for stockpiling, barge loading, ship loading and rail wagon loading, in the world’s most arduous conditions at densities of up to 1.6 t/cu metre and at a capacity of up to 625 cu metre/hr.

The BF0415T is equipped with a folding 15-metre boom which, along with its compact design, enables it to be deployed and operational within minutes of being delivered to site.

 Its wide radial range enables stockpiling at +/- 65 degrees, offers greater efficiency with fewer moves and a maximum stockpile value 3,130 cu metres.

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