Cover Story: Boss At­tach­ments’ OSA RS4000 crusher

Pow­er­ful, ver­sa­tile and pre­cise OSA RS4000 pri­mary de­mo­li­tion shears from Boss At­tach­ments are at­tract­ing at­ten­tion in Aus­tralia, New Zealand and the Pa­cific Is­lands

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The OSA RS4000, a pri­mary de­mo­li­tion crusher that suits ex­ca­va­tors start­ing from 40 tonnes in weight, is the lat­est of the OSA con­trolled de­mo­li­tion equip­ment to land on the Boss At­tach­ments showroom floor.

The RS4000 is con­structed en­tirely from Swiss SSAB Strenx per­for­mance steels and Har­dox wear plate, the RS4000 stands at 3200mm, weighs in at 4120kg, has a jaw open­ing of 1350mm and ex­erts a shat­ter­ing crush­ing force of 350 tonnes.

If you think that’s im­pres­sive, just wait un­til you see its big brother, the RS12000, which is sched­uled to hit our shores in early Jan­uary.

The RS12000 stands at 4580mm, weighs 14,000kg and has a crush­ing force in ex­cess of 900 tonnes.

Boss At­tach­ments says this big dog will be go­ing straight to work on a 120-tonne short-stick ex­ca­va­tor en­listed to de­mol­ish a de­com­mis­sioned power plant.

The man­u­fac­turer, Italy’s OSA De­mo­li­tion Equip­ment, has evolved over four gen­er­a­tions of the Sal­lus­tio fam­ily. The pur­suit of de­sign­ing and de­liv­er­ing tech­ni­cally-ad­vanced, high-qual­ity con­trolled de­mo­li­tion equip­ment has been its driv­ing force since the early 1990s.

OSA says that over the past 10 years it has been work­ing to set the high­est stan­dards pos­si­ble at its fa­cil­ity in the pic­turesque Ital­ian town of Molfetta. As a re­sult, it says, it has grown to be a well­re­spected mar­ket leader on a global scale.

The com­pany has now built a state-of-the-art man­u­fac­tur­ing fa­cil­ity to ex­pand on this suc­cess.

“Our global reach has been fa­cil­i­tated by our pro­fes­sional and highly com­pe­tent dealer net­work,” OSA man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Roberto Sal­lust­tio says.

“Our net­work is com­prised of specially trained tech­ni­cians who have been ac­cred­ited to pro­vide ser­vice and sup­port for the prod­ucts we man­u­fac­ture.

“In Aus­tralia, New Zealand and Ocea­nia, our ef­forts are led by Boss At­tach­ments, our highly rep­utable im­port­ing and dis­tri­bu­tion part­ner,” he adds. “Boss At­tach­ments sell and fully ser­vice our en­tire product line, pro­vid­ing com­plete cus­tomer ser­vice with the same high stan­dards that de­fine our mis­sion.”

Boss At­tach­ments founder Livio Pace says the OSA prod­ucts con­tin­u­ally ex­ceed the ex­pec­ta­tions of his cus­tomers.

“They are truly amaz­ing prod­ucts that sell them­selves based on their own dura­bil­ity and per­for­mance,” he says. “Over the past six years we have sold thou­sands of OSA prod­ucts, and what we are find­ing is that at least 80 per cent of new sales are ei­ther re­peats or re­fer­rals.

“Over the past few months we have seen a large in­crease in sales of the OSA de­mo­li­tion steel shears and pul­veris­ers through­out Aus­tralia and the Pa­cific Is­lands.”

Pace says OSA De­mo­li­tion Equip­ment man­u­fac­tures a wide range of pre­ci­sion de­mo­li­tion works tools for ex­ca­va­tors from 1.2 tonnes to

250 tonnes. The com­pany makes pri­mary de­mo­li­tion crush­ers, pri­mary and sec­ondary de­mo­li­tion pul­veris­ers, de­mo­li­tion steel shears, tim­ber shears, de­mo­li­tion se­lec­tor grap­ples and — the pin­na­cle of the line-up — the HB se­ries of hy­draulic break­ers.

“I am told the HB se­ries of hy­draulic breaker have a ground strik­ing force that is ri­valled by no other,” he says.

Boss At­tach­ments has its head of­fice in Somersby, NSW, and an­other of­fice in Auck­land, New Zealand, with three sub branches in Tul­la­ma­rine (Vic­to­ria), Ea­gle Farm (Queens­land) and Pin­jarra (WA).

The OSA range is made in Italy

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