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Graders for harsh environments

MODEL G200 GRADER The Bell Equipment model G200 grader, the largest model in the range, is designed for bulk earthworks and the mining industry

AUTOMATED TASKS Bell Equipment has introduced a level of automation with its new graders, enabling the operator to focus on the job at hand

30th June 2023


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Materials handling equipment manufacturer, distributor and supporter Bell Equipment, with over 70 years of developing products in South Africa, has designed a new range of graders set to deliver improved performance.

The graders, production of which is targeted to start in the third quarter of 2024, are designed to meet the emerging needs of the grader industry.

Bell Equipment motor graders are engineered to be operated in challenging and harsh environments.

Bell Equipment has expanded its mining and construction original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) product range to include motor graders, with several units designed to operate in diverse applications.

Over two decades of experience in the supply, maintenance and repair of motor graders, as well as the insights of many local and international expert advisers, has enabled the company to have a better understanding of what is important to make its new motor graders a good fit in the industry.

The Bell Equipment motor grader follows the introduction of the Bell tracked carrier in 2020.

Bell Equipment product manager Warren Swart explains that

many new-to-market smaller graders have been found insufficient and prone to failure. “We are confident that our new Bell motor graders will compare favourably with the proven industry leaders in this highly specialised market and give our customers exactly what they need,” he says.

According to Swart, Bell Equipment will initially offer three base models of motor graders.

The model G140 grader is well suited to all maintenance jobs, as well as light to medium construction tasks.

The model G160 grader, with more power and improved performance, is designed to handle heavy construction applications, while the G200 is designed for bulk earthworks and mining tasks.

Each base model has the option of a four-wheel or six-wheel-drive configuration.

The significant improvement in performance, achieved by adding front-wheel drive, is only useful if it is reliable for the life of the grader, adds Swart.

Therefore, he says Bell Equipment spent a lot of time ensuring this is the case.

Edited by Donna Slater
Features Deputy Editor and Chief Photographer



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