Kemroc at bauma 2019Published 27/6, 2019 at 17:25
The German manufacturer Kemroc presented its specialist attachments for use on carrier vehicles, such as excavators at bauma.
Kemroc, the attachment manufacturer from Hämbach in Germany, has for the last 15 years designed and produced special tools for use on various forms of carrier vehicles such as excavators, backhoes and skid steer loaders. With these specialist attachments controlled from joysticks in the cabin, it is literally in the hands of excavator operators to carry out very complex tasks under conditions that can be difficult and tight for space.
At bauma 2019, on display there were several attachments for several different applications on the Kemroc stand. Developed in cooperation with the specialist foundation engineering company Schönberger Bau GmbH, was Kemroc’s contribution to the Schökem process for the in situ creation of soil / cement structures. A milling attachment fitted with a mixer chain (the KSI soil stabilisation attachment, which was also developed with Schönberger Bau GmbH) works its way into the ground while mixing a cement suspension. In this way, without a need to transport huge volumes of material or exchange the soil, solid load bearing soil / cement structures are created in the ground.
Kemroc has also expanded its existing product range and added completely new attachments for milling and cutting. This includes, amongst others, the expansion of the range of patented chain cutters which are used for excavating deep excavations and trenches. The range of multi-purpose attachments with exchangeable cutter drums and wheels of various designs has also been extended. A completely new product on display was the diamond cutter wheel attachment that enables mid-sized excavators to work in a completely new range of applications. A major benefit of this development is the ability to work in tight spaces in demolition and renovation projects. For contractors working in landscaping and agriculture, a completely new range of compact stump grinding attachments will be of interest.