Earthmoving attachments manufacturer, Miller UK has announced that they are bringing something truly groundbreaking to Plantworx 2019.
Miller UK will reveal its next generation, hydraulic quick couplers which are suitable for excavators from 1 to 50 tonne when they return to Plantworx next week. Plantworx is the UK’s dedicated working construction event with a showcase of plant, tools, equipment & services. Visitors to Miller’s dedicated stand, H26 will have the opportunity browse the full Miller product range including their PowerLatch tilt couplers, award-winning buckets as well as watch live product demonstrations of the new Miller GT Series quick coupler.
Barry Robison, Miller UK’s marketing manager said, “We’re unveiling something special at Plantworx. The new GT series is set to bring innovation to the excavator industry like never before. We strongly believe that coupler technology has a key role to play in improving the operator experience; making on-site operations safer, more convenient and capable of withstanding the most challenging working environments”. The brand new Miller GT series range is the lowest, lightest and safest quick coupler on the marketplace offering 1T -50T excavators the widest multiple range of pick-ups for any attachment within the same class all from the comfort and security of the cab.
Safety is built into every element of a Miller quick coupler and their innovative GT Series quick couplers also feature an Intelligent Coupler Connect System. Designed to reduce the risk of job site accidents, interruptions and unexpected costs, this ground touch technology has been designed to initiate the changing of attachments whilst on the ground; the ultimate in attachment & ground worker safety.
Gavin Urwin, Head of Engineering at Miller UK commented, “This innovative control system guarantees that the attachment can only be released in a safe position. All from the comfort and security of the operator’s cab, the adaptive safety control unit sends digital commands to the automated driver alert system, notifying the operator that the decoupling/coupling process is safe to commence. It’s a true industry benchmark for safety.”