Compact and clearly arranged

Probst launched new block splitter

 On time for bauma 2010, the specialist in gripping and laying technology from Erdmannhausen in Southern Germany launched a block splitter among other innovations for in-plant use.

Herman Peters KG from Rheinau-Freistett/Germany needed a small block-splitter for processing small series and materials testing. The company, however, soon found out that the dimensions of commercially available products on the market were too large for the intended application and would therefore not be a cost-efficient financial solution.

As is often the case in medium-sized companies, an individual, customized solution was developed in-house to solve the problem.

Together with a machine shop that, moreover, has a hydraulic department, one started to work intensively on the “in-house...

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