Technopark Impulse is going to take part in bauma China

Technopark Impulse is going to take part in bauma China

October 25 2018

Technopark Impulse — scientific and sroduction commercial enterprise is going to take part in one of the world`s leading exhibitions of construction equipment bauma, which will take place in Shanghai on 27.11 −30.11. Bauma is one of the largest economical platforms, setting the best conditions for manufacturers and suppliers to communicate and cooperate in the fields of new construction equipment and technologies.

Impulse attachments have already earned their recognition on the world market — they are being operated in more than 15 countries across Europe, Africa and Australia. Nowadays, the main strategical goal for the Russian enterprise is to offer high-quality and affordable solutions for the markets of Southeast Asia and India.

Visitors and partners can become acquainted with the equipment of the company on her stand № 2.551. The headliner of 2018 — Impulse 150S Hydraulic Breaker — with his original system of vibration compensation and monolith construction of the impact unit, the breaker provides the maximum impact energy in his class.

Another interesting exhibit is the Impulse 120J Breaker, designed and manufactured specially for JCB 3CX/4CХ backhoe loaders. 120J`s main advantage — lack of suspension, the side and adaptor plates are a one-piece construction, providing higher toughness and durability.

Further flagship of the enterprise is the Impulse 300S Breaker equipped with a monolith impact unit. Considering the construction is made without any pins, applying lining of the impact unit — we`ll be getting an attachment with minimal external abrasive wear out and excellent maintainability in field conditions.

The tilt-and-turn vibratory pile driver Impulse VP350R also got his ticket to Shanghai. The driver has a 360° hydraulic rotation mechanism and 90° tilt mechanism, which allows you to lift piles from the ground, even in cramped conditions. As a result — easier positioning and increased productivity of the immersion by 30%.