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26 May 2014 02:19:48|News,Shows and Events

Tong Peal exhibits partnership at The Royal Highland Show


Tong Peal Engineering is set to attend The Royal Highland Show again this year.

The leading agricultural manufacturer will be present in Avenue Q of the Agricultural Area, alongside their Scottish agent Alan MacKay machinery.

Visitors to the show will have the opportunity to speak with the Tong Peal team about recent industry developments, including the latest models of its market-leading Caretaker and Storemaker.

Designed with quality, versatility and usability in mind, the innovative handling machines provide growers and packers with the perfect solution for grading and processing multiple crop types, in all weather conditions.

Featuring the latest technologies and a range of next-generation user benefits, the latest models of Tong Peal’s market-leading equipment are the most advanced and flexible handling units available.

As well as heavy-duty design and Tong Peal’s market-leading cleaning unit the EasyClean, Tong Peal’s systems are built with its proprietary energy-efficient Blue Inverter Technology and Auto-Touch HMI Touch-Screen control for complete control of crop handling.

Reducing energy consumption by up to 50% when compared to previous models, Blue Inverter Technology substitutes traditional motors with electric direct drive on all inverter variable speed motors, ensuring exact energy delivery and power on demand.

Another popular piece in the company’s line is the Revolver Box Tipper. Fully adjustable and customisable to meet exact user requirements, the specialist tipper uses the latest technology to achieve throughput figures of up to 40 tonnes per hour.

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