NEWS & REVIEWS
Scarab Sweepers has strengthened its position in the Russian market following its attendance at the CTT 2013 Construction Equipment Exhibition, held 4-8 June in Moscow at the Crocus Centre.
On show was the full range of Fayat sweeping products including the Scarab Minor and the Scarab M6, along with the Ravo 5-Series sweeper, and the Mathieu Azura the vehicles.
We look forward to seeing you.
Scarabs winter maintenance products the Epoke Sirius bulk spreader will be at the PAWRS Exhibition for its first public display.
Below is a photo of our vehicles at the Dorkomexpo Exhibition which was held held next to St Basil's Cathedral on Red Sqaure, Scarab's distributor ISP exhibited the Scarab Minor and the Scarab M6 along with the Ravo 5-Series sweeper.
Scarab Sweepers is exhibiting the Scarab Magnum titanium on the Fayat stand F1009 at Bauma Munich 2013. The machine jointly developed by Scarab and our German partner Walter and co. GmbH is receiving a lot of attention due to the specialist options developed for construction activities such as a range of front brushes, high pressure water pumps and powerful rear suction systems.
The Magnum will be at home alongside other machinery from the FAYAT Road Building Equipment Division, including Bomag, Marini, Breining-Secmair and PTC all presented on a 4,800 sq.m booth including a demonstation area, and will clearly show the Groups extensive range of both road life cycle equipment as well as equipment for laying foundations.
Photo - Scarab Magnum Titanium Road Sweeper
As with any facility of this size and with this much traffic, it is essential to maintain the cleanliness of the infrastructure and this is the responsibility of Maclean, a service contractor who have built a strong relationship with the mine over 20 years.
Miguel Badilla and one other driver have been operating the machine 6 days a week for six months. The M6 is fitted with Dual Sweep and High pressure pump and was mounted onto a Ford Cargo chassis by General Trade in Santiago.
Left to right - Juan Silva, Luis Fuenzalida, Miguel Badilla & Rodrigo Pena
And with the new contract a new 3.5 ton Scarab Minor compact sweeper has been put in place it will be tasked with keeping the busy town of Cirencester clean. For Ubico it was an easy decision to go for the Scarab Minor as this new machine replaces...... A six year old Scarab Minor !!
Pictured below are the Ubico cleansing team all on their best behaviour ready for their Scarab operator training. Scarab provide full operator training with every new machine for up to four operators.
Steve Ash the Cleansing Supervisor pictured with the glasses runs the team said that the Minor will be working very hard from day one and that they had been very happy with the previous Minor and are looking forward to using the new designed machine.
Also in the picture are the operators Rob Street,Ivor Bull and John Griffin.