REMU is a Finnish manufacturer of high quality screening devices and amphibious excavators. The REMU company was established in 1997 and it has full manufacturing facilities in central Finland.

Premier Rock Machinery, as the appointed east coast Australian and New Zealand dealer, distribute the full product range of REMU screening buckets, combi screening plants and amphibious excavators as well as providing after sales service, repairs and maintenance.

The REMU product range includes Big Float Amphibious Excavators, Combi Screening Plant, Crossover Bucket and Screening Buckets.





PD3160 Padding Bucket

The new PD3160 padding bucket offers unbeatable quality and productivity for 30-40 ton excavators.
Designed and built for heavy-duty padding work in harsh conditions. Robust structure, reliable power
transmission and proven blade design ensure high efficiency and reliability through the years.

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Screening Buckets

REMU screening buckets can be attached to almost any type of excavator, backhoe, wheel-loader, skid-steer or tractor. Through the set-up of different rotor types and spacing of rotating blades, screening buckets can be easily adapted for different applications.

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Crossover Bucket

The REMU XO crossover bucket is a totally new type of concept in the attachment sector allowing the use of one bucket frame for multiple applications. Put simply it is a bucket frame which can be connected to several work modules, enabling fast changes for different jobs.

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Combi Screening Plant

The Combi E8 screening plant utilizes the same technology as the screening buckets but processes material on a larger scale (up to 300 tonnes per hour). The REMU screening plant is a non-clogging application for preparing padding, topsoil, acid soil and processing various waste materials.

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Big Float

The Remu Big Float amphibious excavators are designed to work in the most challenging terrains such as marshland, shoreline, industrial waste ponds and open water. It can be driven on land through the shoreline and to the shallow water areas that cannot be reached by normal excavator or by boat.

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