A fleet of Develon equipment has been working at the long abandoned area of the former Innocenti factory on the outskirts of Milan in Italy. The 400,000m2 construction site has seen the demolition of the yards, targeted reclamation, screening and recovery of materials.
Bobcat has announced the launch of the company’s new machine IQ telematics subscription service in Europe and Israel. Designed to connect customers to vital machine information anytime and anywhere, the new subscription service is available in two packages for both customers and dealers.
To boost productivity Lissmac supplies a powerful combination of mini crane or stone manipulator and band saw that speeds up the number of strokes when setting medium and large sized masonry blocks while at the same time conserving physical strength.
The Herzog-Tassilo-Realschule in Dingolfing is to be expanded meaning that the neighbouring dormitory had to make way. The company Karl Mossandl GmbH & Co. had been commissioned with the project and used a Sennebogen 830 supplied as a rental machine by Sennebogen Vertriebs GmbH & Co. KG.
One of Europe’s leading dealers of mobile crushers and screens is undoubtedly Starloc Auvergne in France. With a proud history dating back to almost the beginning of mobile solutions, the company has embraced modern and advanced mobile crushing and screening supplying Screencore equipment. The advanced ranges have found a particular niche in France, turning construction and demolition waste into valuable products.
The waste disposal and recycling sector is growing rapidly across Europe with demand increasing for equipment to handle and recycle waste. Our feature looks at some of the developments in this booming sector.
An ECR25 electric compact excavator from Volvo CE is helping to rebuild one of the longest and steepest cable car routes in the world. At an altitude of 2,970m, the compact excavator is said to be one of the few machines capable of working in this most demanding of locations thanks to its electric driveline.
Established in 1952, Sennebogen is very well positioned after 71 years. Since the last big inhouse exhibition in 2017, not only have the number of employees and locations worldwide grown, but also the company’s broad equipment portfolio. At the company’s September inhouse exhibition it showed the latest technological developments and highlighted various investments in new and existing locations.
Lekatech Oy, a Finnish technology company, has introduced what it says is a groundbreaking electric hammer based on its patented linear electric motor technology. “Our technological breakthrough not only enables more energy efficient earthmoving and mining operations, but also strengthens the realisation of a green transition in these fields,” says Antti Anttila, CEO of Lekatech.
The Lekatech Electric Hammer is of light weight, high power but produces low vibrations, being built for operator comfort, economic use and high productivity. Although pleased with its development, in order to get the hammer right, Lekatech undertook field trials at the Seepsula quarry in Finland using the services of two of Finland’s most experienced hammer operators.
In 2019 he took over the well-known Swiss manufacturer Von Arx. Since then a number of new products and tools for scarifiying and shaving has been released. Now Von Arx is rolling out its new line of dust extractors for professional use. Meet Fredrik Åkermark and the new Von Arx.
The new BEF 400RC surface milling machine from Schwamborn has been designed for economical working during concrete floor and concrete joint seeding. Depending on the wear and tear of a concrete floor the deep removal of the surface up to several centimetres is often necessary, for which, Schwamborn's new milling machine has been designed to provide high power floor de-coating.
A year has gone by in the global surface preparation industry and things are different in many corners of the world that certainly don’t help our businesses to grow. However, business must continue and there are still many surfaces out there that needs preparation and renovation, with manufacturers rapidly developing new equipment and tools.
Epiroc has reached a new milestone for its hydraulic breaker, completing 60 years, a celebration of vision and craftsmanship, with what was once a breakthrough product now used across the construction and mining industries globally.