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HPE Africa’s Hyundai HSL850-7 skid steer loaders

HPE Africa’s Hyundai HSL850-7 skid steer loader has been used for the last year by Bovu Fluid Holdings, to clean ash slurry from ash traps and cooling towers at Eskom’s power station in Vanderbijlpark.

HPE Africas Hyundai HSL850-7 skid steer loader

“This robust skid steer loader is perfectly suited for the tough task of removing ash slurry in confined areas at coal fired power plants,” says Edward Bovu, owner of Bovu Fluid Holdings. “The HSL850-7 skid steer loader – which forms part of our extensive fleet of Hyundai backhoe loaders and excavators that operates efficiently in various applications – has impressive fuel efficiency, minimal maintenance requirements and design features for safe, precise operation in difficult conditions.

“This compact machine offers our operators excellent visibility and enhanced comfort to maximise productivity, minimise fatigue and ensure safety on site. We also appreciate the Hyundai factory warranty 2 years / 3000 hours offered through HPE Africa.”

The high-performance Hyundai HSL850-7 skid steer loader, with a Tier 2 low emission engine, provides sufficient power to handle any load. This series has been designed for easy access to components for simplified maintenance.

HPE Africa offers a critical support service that encompasses a parts, repair and maintenance facility.


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