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TT- UK/RSP delivers Suction Excavators and Training in Scotland

Posted: Wednesday 26th March 2014

TT-UK have had a positive working relationship with SGN since the early 1990ís and following initial discussions back in August 2012, have recently been working in conjunction with SGN to design and deliver two bespoke TT-UK/RSP ESE 26/6 Suction Excavators to two of SGNís operating centres in Scotland; one in Edinburgh and the other one in Glasgow.

TT-UK/RSP supplied the ESE 26/6 Suction Excavators which are fitted with a high speed single fan and a 4.1 metre power arm. The units have a 6≥ container and are also fitted with an on board gas detection system and a safety hand rail system to allow safe access on to the roof of the 6≥ container.

Rygor Commercials supplied the Mercedes Benz Actros 2646, 6 x 4 chassis cabs that the Suction Excavators are mounted onto.

The Suction Excavators have been supplied with a range of non-evasive tooling such as the Air Lance and Air Knife which are both manufactured from non-conductive materials.

TT-UK not only delivered the two units, but also provided a two day intensive EUSR accredited training course in Edinburgh for five operators. This consisted of one day theory and practical with the second day practical concluding with a test paper.

At the end of the training all five operators passed the test paper successfully and were issued with an EUS Registration card, as well as a personalised Certificate from TT-UK.

TT-UK offers a comprehensive range of EUSR accredited training for Suction Excavators, Grundomat, Grundoburst and Grundowinch, as well as non-accredited courses for their other products. This training can be carried out at the customerís premises or at TT-UKís dedicated training facility in Bedford.

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