On March 30, FEIL launched their first Articulated Dump Truck equipment at its Nairobi office.  The equipment dubbed B30E has been assembled and produced by Bell Equipment, South Africa. The E-series machine is integrated with unique features to accommodate the changing industry demands and standards. FEIL is a leader in supplying of machinery brands for construction, mining, transport, agriculture and forestry activities.

On March 30, FEIL launched their first Articulated Dump Truck equipment at its Nairobi office.  The equipment dubbed B30E has been assembled and produced by Bell Equipment, South Africa. The E-series machine is integrated with unique features to accommodate the changing industry demands and standards. FEIL is a leader in supplying of machinery brands for construction, mining, transport, agriculture and forestry activities.

 “By employing industry leading technology, advancements have been integrated in areas of performance due to its ADT functionality. It uses an evolutionary approach to deliver optimized power to weight ratio hence saving on fuel,” says FEIL Sales General Manager, Deryck Scott.

Deryck adds that it comes with a superior ride quality with a six wheel feature that rotates easily providing a high suspension travel on all axles. This helps it to work easily on rough or muddy terrain while saving on tyre costs. Besides, it increases productivity by improving payloads used in transporting the material instead of running the machine, decreasing the cost incurred per tonne.

Using a Mercedes Benz engine with a gross power of 240kW, it was designed in a simple way to maintain efficiency for increased uptime and low operating costs. Bell ADT which has already been sold out at undisclosed price to TATA will be used in mining activities. Though depending on customer preferences, it can be applied in road construction or building activities. 
FEIL offers after sales service through its trained technicians who train customers on how the machine operates and trouble shoot for any issues.
 

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