Authorised Sales, Service & Support agents for James Fisher Prolec
Authorised Sales, Service & Support agents for James Fisher Prolec

Office location:

Southern Office:

Dorchester, Dorset


t. +44 (0)1305 230318

m. +44 (0)7899 848569

f. +44 (0)7043 077211

e. sales@sphere24.com

 

 

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Sphere 24 Ltd - providing

Off Highway Plant Solutions

News

New product release...

OHPS-PMEHydradig500TEA

Sphere 24 and Prolec have worked with JCB to produce the latest development in full envelope control and load monitoring.  Working with JCB Prolec have had a JCB Hydradig in their workshops and integrated the Prolec Machine Engine, PME with the Hydradig’s our valves.  Due to the Hydradig compact size the solution was not easy to arrive at but Prolec have developed a great solution in record time. 

3D Excavator Guidance Solution - only £18k

Class leading Digmaster Pro 3D guidance system now just £18,000 for limited time only (usually £30,000; installation not included)

PM1
Do you have problems with your Piles?
Increase your Productivity with the most cost effective Dill and Pile verticality system.
PM1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [599.4 KB]
Cab Protection
The cost of a Cab Protection system from OHPS is insignificant compared with the cost of replacing the cab or worst still dealing with an injury...
Cab protection.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [95.6 KB]
OHPS Weighloader solution
How many tonnes did I put into that lorry?
How many tonnes of feed am I using?
How many tonnes of...
Weighloader Dec 2013.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [113.1 KB]
Machine Guidance Rental
Don't want to buy, Why not rent a system...prices start from £250 per week.
Rental Flyer.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.8 MB]

£200,000 fine issued to recycling firm

A RECYCLING firm has been fined £200,000 after one of its workers was killed by a 20 tonne vehicle being used to move wood.

Raymond Burns was working for UK Wood Recycling, based at the Wilton chemical complex, near Redcar, east Cleveland, when he was crushed to death on December 19, 2008.

The 43-year-old father of two was struck by a bucket attached to a mechanical loading shovel - a huge 15 foot high wheeled vehicle - and then run over.

An inquest recorded his death as an accident. Teesside Crown Court heard how the company had provided no segregation between pedestrians and vehicles and no safe route for staff to walk onto the site from its cabins and offices.

 

Read More in - The Northern Eco

 

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