The step change in Simex's approach to sales in the US market began in the first months of 2023, with the introduction of the full range of PL asphalt cold planers and RW-T wheel saws trenchers
. This opened up a new direction in the field of road maintenance and underground utilities with over 30 models for loaders, compact loaders and excavators. In this regard, on the occasion of North America’s biggest trade show in the utility industry, Simex will gather its flagship products at its booth
In the mini- and micro-trenching sector
, the range of RW and RWA wheel saws will steal the show due to its peculiar characteristics such as the self-levelling system, which adjusts to the surface, the segmented wheel (which makes it possible to quickly change the trench width, while maintaining the same base wheel) and the hydraulic lateral tilt of the RWA 500 model, which keeps the cutting wheel always vertical, even when the prime mover is not parallel to the road surface. Another extremely peculiar feature of the RW 150 and RW 350 wheel saw models (showcased at the trade show) consists in the predisposition for a double coupling to the prime mover: in fact, the particular design of the frame allows them to be mounted both on skid steers (with the addition of the hydraulic side shift) and on 8-13 tons excavators (with specific bracket), thus taking the name of RWE 15 and RWE 35.
Starting with the consolidated Simex milling technology
, developed and fine-tuned in over 30 years in the business, the entire PL line will be guaranteed to American road maintenance operators, from 250 to 2000 mm in width (10-80 inches) and up to 350 mm in depth (14 inches). The PLC models won’t be far behind, featuring the conveyor belt, an essential asset for optimizing recovery of milled material for reuse on site, for transport or disposal elsewhere.
The Utility Expo runs September 26 to 28 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville
, Kentucky (USA), and Simex North America will showcase its attachments at Lot E, Booth 1316