Doosan has expanded the company’s ‘High Reach Demolition Excavator’ series with the launch of the new top of the range DX530DM model, with its third machine, the DX380DM, set to be launched in the first half of 2021.
Tracimate VZW is a demolition management organisation and initiative of the Flemish Construction Confederation (VCB), the Confederation of Contractors of Demolition and Dismantling Works (CASO), the Federation of Producers of Recycling Granules (FPRG) and the Organisation of Consulting Engineers and Consultancy Firms (ORI).
London head quartered, but covering the whole of the UK and Ireland, Orba Group Ltd specialises in the supply of machinery solutions for recycling, construction, demolition and waste management as well as providing bespoke solutions for these industries.
Delivering the capacity, reliability and ﬂexibility required for the most demanding operators, the new Maeda MC285CB-3 builds on the successful legacy of the MC285C-3 model. Equipped with a strong lithium-ion battery, it provides zero emissions and still equals its predecessor in both operation speeds and lifting capacity.
Every industry has its legends: one of a kind, larger than life figures that define it and lay the path for others to follow. Concrete sawing and drilling has its fair share of giants, too. John Stallman, a trailblazer in runway grooving techniques whose career spanned nearly six decades, is one such individual. By Andrei Bushmarin.
Open-S has been developed to be a standard for fully automatic quick couplers for excavators, being launched on 1 October 2020. Machine operators can combine machine couplers, tiltrotators and tools from different manufacturers that are in compliance with the standard and be confident that they will be compatible with each other. Products that comply with the standard are marked ‘Open-S’.
Experts from Fischer Weilheim GmbH developed a new, economical method for the removal of thick concrete tunnel lining in a tram tunnel in Stuttgart, Germany. To begin with, 1.6m deep concrete walls were reduced by cutting strips using a Kemroc rotary drum cutter. A Kemroc cutter wheel was then used to cut the wall into sections, and, finally, the sections were removed, broken down and processed.