TotalKare is pleased to announce it will be exhibiting at Letsrecycle Live later this month, collaborating with Dennis Eagle in the process.
Letsrecycle Live is a two day exhibition and conference addressing waste and recycling, sustainability and the circular economy, taking place at the NAEC Stoneleigh, Coventry on 22-23 May 2019.
Supported by Dennis Eagle
Part of the TotalKare exhibit will feature an Olympus Mini generously supplied by Dennis Eagle, who will also be exhibiting at Letsrecycle Live. Designed for manoeuvrability in built-up areas with narrow streets, the tri-axle rear-loading refuse compaction vehicle will be raised by a set of six cable-free TotalKare T8DC mobile column lifts to create a real showpiece in Hall 1 of the exhibition.
TotalKare’s popular T8DC mobile column lift has been widely adopted by the waste & recycling, bus & coach and commercial transport industries alike since its introduction in 2017.
Available in cable-free or cabled versions, each column can lift up to 7,500kg and boasts adjustable forks to suit a wide range of wheel sizes. It can be used in configurations of four, six or eight columns, making it a truly versatile lifting solution for busy workshops.
Mobile brake tester proving extremely popular
In addition to the T8DC mobile column lifts, TotalKare will also be exhibiting its brand new mobile brake tester.
Suitable for testing all vehicles up to a maximum axle load of 20,000kg, the mobile brake tester can be placed directly on the floor inside or outside the workshop and negates the need for any civil work to be carried out.
Easy to manoeuvre and quick to set up, it can be highly customised and is already proving extremely popular with workshops across the UK following its launch in March this year, complementing the in-ground brake tester which TotalKare can also offer.
Dennis Eagle Marketing Manager Lee Rowland said: “A key part in producing and maintaining high quality refuse collection vehicles is having reliable and trusted suppliers in place. TotalKare totally fits that profile and we’re glad to be able to help them exhibit at the show.”
“We’re delighted to be participating in this year’s Letsrecycle Live event,” said Marketing Manager Steve Braund, “The waste and recycling industry is an important one for TotalKare and one we’re keen to support further through the provision of quality workshop equipment and first class aftersales service. It’s a pleasure to again be collaborating with Dennis Eagle for our exhibit, with whom TotalKare continues to enjoy a long and successful relationship.”