Kleemann is exhibiting three mobile crushing and screening plants for the first time at Intermat. The Wirtgen Group France booth will be presenting the new mobile jaw crusher Mobicat MC 120 Z PRO, mobile impact crusher Mobirex MR 110 Z EVO2, and the mobile classifying screen Mobiscreen MS 952 EVO.
Following the successful launch of the liquid cooled four cylinder H-series engine four years ago, Hatz has set a further landmark in the up to 62kW power category with the production of three cylinder industrial engines in 2018.
Sjöblom in Kaivin Oy, in western Finland, is a 50 year old family run civil engineering and demolition contractor. With its work force of around 50, and a fleet of approximately 100 pieces of equipment, the company also recycles materials for other companies. It was also the very first customer for Ecomeca’s bucket crusher attachment.
Keestrack is setting its sights firmly on the Indian market through its newly established subsidiary eTrack Crushers Ltd., which will be headquartered in New Delhi. Keestrack is setting its sights firmly on the Indian market through its newly established subsidiary eTrack Crushers Ltd., which will be headquartered in New Delhi.
Aquajet Systems AB has introduced the Aqua Spine. This multi-modular system uses high pressure water jets to precisely remove concrete from surfaces that may be inaccessible for Aqua Cutter robots, Aquajet’s traditional hydrodemolition machines.
JCB has developed its first ever electric digger in response to customer demands for a zero emissions machine which can work indoors, underground and close to people in urban areas. The 1.9t mini excavator can be charged by simply plugging it into a standard 230V domestic electricity supply.
In the yearly PDi feature concerning new ground penetrating radar technology (GPR) for demolition applications, we focus on two new products from the American manufacturer Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc (GSSI). PDi’s editor Mikael Karlsson reports.
Big equipment may get the headlines at trade shows like World of Concrete, but it’s the smaller, hand held tools that are most likely to make an immediate impact on a concrete contractor’s performance. They can be used most anywhere there’s a power source, and require no special training to use, even for the new hire on his or her first day on the job.
With modern concrete coring equipment, the sky is the limit for specialist contractors. No matter what a drilling task might be - a heavily reinforced foundation slab, a thick brick wall or a reactor vessel at a nuclear power plant - there is no shortage of machinery for professional users to choose from. PDi’s Andrei Bushmarin presents a round-up of the latest news in the core drilling industry.