Tasui from La Serena Acquires a New BeachTech 3000

Tasui S.A. a company from La Serena, Chile, acquired a new BT3000 to complement the services being done by another BT3000 unit purchased several years ago.

The BT3000 is the biggest BeachTech unit that, thanks to its width of work (2,500 mm) can process up to 30,000m2 per hour, in dry sand conditions. Even on wet sand the BeachTech 3000 manages to process over 15,0000 m2 of sand per hour. Its cleaning capacity is increased with the possibility of combining the shaking and raking techniques without having to stop, consequently reducing the dragging effect and therefore diminishing even more the fuel consumption.

This unit will arrived to Chile by early November, allowing Tasui S.A. to welcome their tourists with clean sands.

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