Hydraulic swivel joints for tracked excavators, robust and long lasting over time, suitable for withstanding the intense operation of earthwork machinery.CONTINUE
Rough-terrain crane trucks
Fluid swivel joints for rough-terrain crane trucks, characterised by a high number of passages and suitable for transferring multiple fluids.CONTINUE
Complex fluid swivel joints for swivelling telehandlers, fitted with electrical collectors for power and CAN BUS signal transfer.CONTINUE
Hydraulic swivel joints for telescopic aerial platforms, always fitted with or installation ready for high performance electrical applications.CONTINUE
Attenzione al personale
Approccio per processi
Decisioni basate sulle evidenze
Rapporto con i fornitori
For this reason in recent years it has invested heavily in environmental sustainability projects. The following are a few examples:
CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM
In 2008 a centralised climate control system for the mechanical machining departmentwas installed. This is a 3,000 m² area with a total volume of 20,000 m³. The purpose of this was to improve the environment in the department, eliminating the oily fogs generated by the tool machine operations. This is a 40,000 m³/h system that extracts spoiled air from each of the tool machines in the department and puts out clean air into the environment through vents located up high and at the centre of the mechanical machining department.
In order to make the project sustainable for the environment, the decision was taken to fit the system with an air treatment unit which allows the heat from the spoiled air to be recovered, using it to heat the clean air which is drawn in from outside. The expelled spoiled air is double filtered through chillers located on each of the tool machines and by a large bag filter located before the heating system. Extraction is guaranteed by a powerful inverter motor which is also environmentally friendly.
In June 2012 a 190 Kw photovoltaic system was installed on the roof of the ALA warehouse, positioned on the north-south axis. Subdivided into four slopes, it occupies up a total surface of 2.200 m². The system consists in 240 Kw/peak polycrystalline photovoltaic panels and is managed by a latest generation inverter, complete with software which notifies of any problems.
The photovoltaic system supplies 15% of the company's energy demand: because this is clean energy this is definitely an excellent result for ALA OFFICINE.