Visitors to this year’s bauma exhibition in Munich, Germany, will be given a glimpse into the technological future as Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) looks at ‘Building Tomorrow’, showcasing its latest machines and integrated services.
LaBounty, a brand of Stanley Infrastructure, has recently launched a new generation of mobile scrap shears. These feature a robust upgrade to the piercing tip, an advanced telematics platform, providing10% more cutting force and come with a three year warranty.
There are quite a number of new machinery developments for mobile crushing or screening of demolition debris being released this spring. All of these will be exhibited at bauma in Munich. Vito Hermansson reports on some of the latest developments.
Blastrac will show a number of the new products at Bauma in April. Among others they will show their new large ride-on grinder, their new ride-on multitask vehicle, their truck mounted shot blasting system, their new truck mounted UHP water blasting system.
The rapidly changing global economic situation has strengthened the position of construction equipment manufacturers with European based production facilities, and improved their competitivety against Asian producers. Optimistically looking to the future, Dr. Schulze in 2015 opened a new factory for the main production of its light construction equipment.
Julie White, the managing director of specialist concrete drilling, sawing and controlled demolition company D-Drill, has received a lifetime achievement award which was presented at the Builders’ Conference Live Awards.
Idromeccanica Italiana s.r.l. is among the leading Italian manufacturers of high quality technological equipment for excavation and demolition, and has been operating in the field of demolition for over 40 years.
Between 5 and 7 September 2019, the recycling and civil engineering sector will come together at the Karlsruhe Trade Fair Centre, which will host for the second time the RecyclingAKTIV and TiefbauLIVE trade shows.
Parallel to the launch of new robots by Brokk, its German subsidiary, Darda GmbH, is presenting three new crusher models at bauma 2019. They are designed as a low noise, yet powerful attachment tool for the new demolition robot series and for mini excavators in the 2.5t to 9t class.
The 330 and 330 GC ‘Next Generation’ 30t excavators from Caterpillar have been developed to increase operating efficiency, lower fuel and maintenance costs, and improve operator comfort compared to previous models.
The new Makinex power box is a silent, emission free power supply available in several sizes and power configurations. This has been developed so as to alleviate fuel worries, and to mitigate loud portable generator noise and emissions.
The new Razer X multi-Jaw demolition tool (GRX) from Genesis Attachments enables excavator operators to change jaw sets in less than 2min without leaving the cab. The attachment body contains hydraulically actuated pins controlled from the cab that connect to the cylinder and jaw set.