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Long Lasting Sand Distributor from Agrex

04/26/2013 @ 7:38am

In nearly 20 years of trade, Agrex Spa has become a popular name on both international and domestic market and is committed to repeated pursuit of ever-enhanced standards of high quality and added cost for its items. This company follows a policy of repeated investment into the technology as well as human resources to assure the consumers the recent services which definitely make the company geared towards a bright future. Apart from designing different kinds of sand distributor this company is also popular for its unique mills.

Agrex milling plants are regarded as fine example in this particular regard. Functional, simple, horizontal and compact make a special alternative to a traditional colossal proportion of vertical mills, synonym with a streamlined dimension, they can be easily installed in the present building that have not been easily adapted for their aim, which in turn makes them a perfect solution for handling the demands of small communities or for a limited niche production of the organic foodstuffs. This company is known for manufacturing different types of salt distributor, making them a perfect sand distributor.

Actually, Agrex milling plants measure from nearly twenty to two hundred square meters and not more than 7.5 meters in height. They are installed on the single floor and the only thing that you need to do is connect them to the perfect electricity as well as water supplies. This sand distributor has been in the business of manufacturing varieties of salt distributing machines for various agricultural purposes at an affordable cost. With an enviable potential, which differs from seven to one hundred and fifty tonnes of grain grounding in the next twenty four hours?

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