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Steintrenner ALMI - AL43SH21

Product Type:

Electric hydraulic stone separator

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Areas of Application:

for example for relieving the musculoskeletal system


The product selection and description of the ergonomic advantages was made by the AG Ergonomics of the BG Construction:
Plaster bricks, stone slabs and curbs are often used hand-held cut-off grinders separately. For a great effort, high vibration loads and heavy dust loads are connected. A hydraulic stone separator can be used to separate all common materials used in road construction, including granite and basalt.
The physical load is significantly reduced, unlike the conventional method of cutting with the hand grinder, because of the effort required to hold and guide the hand machine eliminated. The time share for working in squatting or stooping posture also decreases significantly. The dust load is considerably reduced, no stress caused by hand-arm vibrations.

The stone cutter AL 43SH21 is particularly suitable for cutting natural stone with surface irregularities of more than 4 mm, cobblestones, thick plates, clinker etc.

Features / Components:

- fixed knives
- battery and fully automatic charger

Price (without guarantee):

The price is available on request from the manufacturer / distributor.

Further Information

Product Information from the Manufacturer / Distributor:

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Please contact the manufacturer or distributor.


ALMI Machinefabriek BV
Wierdenseweg 82-86
7671 JK Vriezenveen
Netherlands Telephone: +31 546 56-1353 Email: Homepage:


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Technical Data:

Transparency: max. 42 cm
separation height: 2-22 cm
stroke length: 25 mm
weight: 150 kg



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Last Update: 6 May 2019