Quality earthmoving attachments
ESTABLISHED in 1985, Atlas Heavy Engineering is a leader in innovation through the design, engineering and manufacture of quality attachments, custom designed to meet a client’s needs.
Whether it is a bucket for a mini excavator, or attachments for large excavators and loaders, over the last 30 years the team has developed a proven track record of delivering attachments fit-for-purpose, on time to meet all needs.
“Our products are used across many industries, including construction, quarries, demolition, forestry and mining,” Atlas Heavy Engineering sales and marketing manager Andrew Moir said.
“We also carry out heavy fabrication and welding to in-house and customer design, and control the entire process in house, from engineering, cutting, rolling, pressing, fabrication, welding, hydraulics and where required, final machining, blast and paint.
“This ensures that Atlas continue to supply the product we are noted for in the market place.”
The company employs its own qualified engineers, and intensive testing is in place to ensure all products produced are of the highest standard and quality.
Its products include pulverisers and processors to suit machines from 6-65 tonne; grabs and shears; quick hitches with automatic hydraulic locking; excavator buckets to suit all machines from 1-250 tonnes; an extensive loader bucket range and abrasion and coal dozer blades.
“We supply attachments to some of the largest and emerging OEM’s and contractors, and all our buckets are manufactured using high tensile steels and are available in a range of configurations to suit most applications,” Mr Moir said.
“Our client base includes Caterpillar and its Australasian dealers, Komatsu, Hitachi, Hyundai Construction Equipment, Tutt Bryant Equipment, Thiess Contractors, Daracon, Dundrum Excavations and many more.”
More information on Atlas Heavy Engineering’ services can be found at: ahe1.com.au.
Atlas designs, engineers and manufactures quality custom designed earthmoving attachments to meet specific operational needs.