Powerhand is extremely pleased to once again be exhibiting at the upcoming CARS Expo 2020.
“It is a great event that brings together a small but specialised group of people who all have an interest in vehicle recycling. It is fantastic that every person who you talk to is involved in the industry, and CARS EXPO really is a very friendly and welcoming event”, said Powerhand Sales and Marketing Manager, Murray Clark.
This is the 4th time in a row Powerhand have exhibited at CARS Expo and they will be showing off the latest in their VRS vehicle dismantling technology as well as their vehicle processing scrap grapple range. “We love speaking to existing customers who are seeing a benefit in their businesses from products we have designed and manufactured as well as chatting to new potential customers” said Powerhand chief designer Ken Coupland.
The Powerhand VRS is a machine-based vehicle dismantler that is used around the world to extract the higher value materials such as the copper wiring loom, aluminium components, heavy steel axles and suspension, electric motors and engines from the scrap car. Like a vulture would dissect its prey, the VRS clamp arms pin down the vehicle to allow the grapple to systematically pull the valuable materials away from the lower value vehicle bodyshell.
The knife blades on the clamp arms of the VRS 200 allow engine and transmission assemblies to be split from the engine block. Customers in the UK are reportedly making an EXTRA £40 profit per car by using the Powerhand VRS*.
Powerhand products are fully designed and manufactured in the UK and Powerhand prides itself in being a 96-year-old fourth-generation family business that provides full back up and support of their products to customers.
*latest figures obtained from Powerhand market research