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  • Boost Your Production!

    Boost Your Production!

    Although she’s pretty on the outside with her slender & powerful cracking jaws & replaceable rebar shear blades, the real secret is hiding away on the inside. An all new high pressure hydraulic booster system which works automatically & more than doubles your concrete crushing force!

  • Getting down to business!

    Getting down to business!

    We followed our recently supplied Hydraram MK35 out onto site in Norfolk where it’s now been fitted to A.W. Demolition’s Volvo EC460. Machine & processor are hard at work demolishing bunkers at RAF Marham in conjunction with Anglian Demolition.

  • Some say he has a look of Brad Pitt

    Some say he has a look of Brad Pitt

    Some say he’s got a look of Brad Pitt and lives solely on chicken from Nando’s, others that he’s actually a recluse and is rarely seen on demolition sites in the UK - let alone at the controls of one of his many machines!

  • Nostalgia time! SED Milton Keynes 1999

    Nostalgia time! SED Milton Keynes 1999

    It was the dawning of a new millennium. Fashions were nearly as out of control as the moustaches and perms. People still managed to talk just that little bit like BBC TV documentary presenters. Here though, was the height of construction plant show heaven.

  • Special build Selector Grapple for Stanton

    Special build Selector Grapple for Stanton

    Stanton Recycling have just taken delivery of their brand new JCB JS145LC machine from T.C.Harrison JCB. Seen here is Mick Clifton of Stanton Recycling together with TCH’s Ed Page with this specially modified waste handling excavator. Equipped with elevating cab for improved visibility the machine operates with a specially built NTSG10 Selector Grapple in their recycling yard.

  • Introducing the world's largest concrete pincers!

    Introducing the world's largest concrete pincers!

    Take a look at this NEW demolition monster! The all new HCC140 concrete pincer tips the scales at a massive 14.5 tonnes and those crushing jaws open up to almost 3 metres.

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