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SCHWING Stetter India to participate at Bauma Germany, from April 8th to April 14th, 2019 at Munich, at FS 1005 / 2 Stall

To display 3 key Made-in-India products: Two Trailer Pumps & One Self Loading Mixer

Schwing Stetter India, one of the country's leading concrete equipment manufacturers' today announced its participation in the upcoming Bauma Germany, a trade fair that displays all the latest innovations in the construction business. 

Schwing Stetter India will display 3 products at this trade exhibition that were truly indigenized and conceptualized for the Indian market – Trailer Pump – SP 1420 & SP 1807 & Self Loading Mixer – SLM 4000. Key product features below:

SP 1420
Introducing the SCHWING range of concrete pumps designed to meet the demands of various entry level concrete pumping jobs. These pumps are designed to maximize concrete pumping productivity with lowest operating costs.

The other significant features of SP 1420 are:
RL Rock Valve
Rigid Chassis
Electronic Control
Excellent Portability
Highly efficient hydraulics 
High torque gear Box for Agitator
Easy Maintenance

SP 1807
SCHWING portable concrete pumps are successfully deployed worldwide wherever vast quantities of concrete have to be pumped over exceptionally long horizontal and vertical distances. In building and civil engineering projects, they are also fast, reliable and economically efficient in handling pumpable concretes under extreme conditions with regard to concrete designs, job sites and climate.

The other significant features of SP 1807 are:
Compact class, High performance & High fuel efficiency
The Long Rock Valve
Integrated Control Block
Fast Switching Valve
Remote Control for operations
Highly efficient hydraulics
Easy Maintenance 

Self-Loading Mixer – SLM 4000
Wherever concrete is produced and moved, SCHWING Stetter products are employed. Stetter Self Loading mixer is the result of experience gained over decades accompanied by permanent advancement and optimization. Stetter Self Loading mixer is an off highway rough terrain machine which can load, mix and deliver concrete on its own and can be operated by one single operator. The machine comes with electronic weigh batching and has a maximum concrete output of 14 m3 / hr.

The other significant features of SLM 4000 are:
Efficient Engine
Faster Shovel operations
Hydraulic Transmission
Wear Resistant Mixing Drum
Electronic Weigh Batching 
Ergonomic Controls
High Gradeability

Mr. V.G. Sakthikumar, Managing Director of Schwing Stetter India said, “Participating at Bauma Germany, is a huge stepping stone for Schwing Stetter India. We are displaying three key products, that are “Made-in-India” and have a huge potential in the Global market. We hope that through this exhibition we are able to reach markets beyond Asia & Africa and remain known world-over for our technology prowess.”