JUST in time for Christmas Northern Ireland agricultural machinery manufacturer SlurryKat has introduced an all new range of its Premium Plus Super Tankers, fitted with a host of new features as standard.
By Chris McCullough
By Chris McCullough
A Northern Ireland agricultural machinery specialist has raised £10,000 for a local children’s cancer charity.
SlurryKat, raised the incredible sum for Cancer Fund for Children NI, earlier this year, during a Spreading Technology Show at the Waringstown firm’s headquarters where its latest spreading equipment was on show.
Friday 3rd July 2020
SlurryKat welcomed Robin Walker MP, the N.I Office Minister of State, to discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on local manufacturing businesses.
The Minister who took up his position in February 2020, was interested in discussing how the business has faired during the pandemic.
SlurryKat adds new ‘Premium Plus’ range of trailing shoe injectors
A NEW Premium Plus range of trailing shoe slurry injectors has just been launched by manure handling equipment experts SlurryKat.
The latest release comes hot on the heels of the previous successful launches of the Farmline trailing shoes and the 2020 Duo dribble bar ranges from this forward thinking Northern Ireland manufacturer.
SlurryKat welcomed Her Royal Highness, the Princess Royal on Thursday 16th January 2020.
The Princess was led on a tour of the production facility by CEO Mr Garth Cairns. HRH was given a briefing about the components used for building tankers and shown 3D CAD models of the equipment. She viewed laser cutting machinery and the welding process before being briefed about the construction of umbilical systems, components and attachments.
Laois based machinery dealer BMS (Bailey Machinery Sales Ltd.) have just taken delivery of a very unique bale trailer designed by northern Irish based machinery manufacturer, SlurryKat ahead of this year’s national ploughing championships in Tullamore Co. Offaly.
Slurry Kat launches umbilical slurry pipe safety system that makes it possible to stop the flow of manure through an umbilical slurry pipe and protect the pump at the same time.
4” = £9 per metre
5” = £12 per metre