ALLU Group, Inc.
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ALLU Transformer material processing attachments are designed to screen, crush, pulverise, separate, aerate, blend, mix, feed, and load materials in one step. They mount on a skid steer, backhoe, excavator, or wheel loader, and operate in demanding environments on a variety of materials, including topsoil and dirt, excavated and waste soil, demolition waste, construction waste, milled asphalt, coal, oil shale, limestone, contaminated soil, clay, peat, bark, compost, bio-waste, glass, and other materials. Due to their versatility, portability, and efficiency, the ALLU units not only eliminate the need for costly stationary screening and crushing machinery, but they also reduce labor, fuel, and maintenance costs. For more than 30 years, ALLU attachments have been known for their quality and reliability - as they have transformed the way our customers work.
ALLU Transformer D-Series
With more than 100 models in the line, ALLU Transformer D-Series material processing attachments are available to fit any excavator, wheel loader, skid steer loader or backhoe
ALLU Transformer D-Series is ideal for pipeline padding
The ALLU Transformer D-Series is ideal for pipeline padding, as it allows material to be screened onsite and then backfilled directly into a trench, eliminating the need for dedicated stationary screening or purchase of fine soil.
ALLU Transformer M-Series
The ALLU Transformer M-Series (Mining Series) material processor attaches to wheel loaders and excavators, and processes a wide variety of mined materials, including coal, oil shale, limestone, dolomite, gypsum, phosphate, salt and other soft rock.
ALLU Transformer DL attachment
The ALLU Transformer DL attachment is designed specifically for use with compact base machines, such as mini excavators, small wheel loaders, skid steers, and backhoes.
ALLU TS Drum Assembly technology
The core of the ALLU TS Drum Assembly technology is the configuration of the screening blades that spin between the screening combs. The end product size is defined by the space