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Contractors World INTERNATIONAL - 2016 Vol 7 No 5

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Liebherr R 918 Crawler Excavator For Demolition WorkFrance

Liebherr R 918 Crawler Excavator For Demolition Work

ECD (Etude Conseil Démolition) recently invested in a new Liebherr R 918 crawler excavator specifically for demolition work.

The French demolition company Etude Conseil Démolition (ECD) works mainly in the city of Paris and therefore needs a compact machine which is easy to transport for demolition work on inner city construction sites.

With a width of only 2.5 m the Liebherr R 918 crawler excavator can be moved easily from one job-site to another without the need for special transport, a huge advantage for a company which works on several construction sites simultaneously.

The crawler excavator comes from the standard model series and was configured by Liebherr-France SAS to the customer’s requirements.

The company adapted the R 918 to the particular demolition requirements right down to the very last detail. Liebherr was the only manufacturer able to implement the option to equip the excavator with a straight boom. A height of just 1.30 m can be reached with this solution - which is roughly half a floor-height.

The Liebherr R 918 crawler excavator with an operating weight of approx. 21 tonnes is equipped with a Liebherr diesel engine with a power rating of 95 kW / 129 HP.

It boasts a straight monoblock boom of 5.45 m and a stick of 2.70 m, a NLC travel mechanism with track gauge of 2000 mm, B60 chains with triple grouser track pads of 500 mm, and a heavy 2.5 t. counterweight .

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With just two years instead of four to achieve the construction of the spectacular 54 m high Dagàly Aquatics Complex, Budapest-based rental company Gepber recommended the use of ten Genie articulating and telescopic aerial work platformsHungary

Race Against Time For 2017 World Swimming Championships

Hungary had originally planned to host the World Swimming Championships in 2021, but when Guadalajara in Mexico withdrew from being the host to the 2017 event in March 2015, Budapest accepted to take on the challenge.

With just two years instead of four to achieve the construction of the spectacular 54 m high Dagàly Aquatics Complex, Budapest-based rental company Gepber recommended the use of ten Genie articulating and telescopic aerial work platforms, including two Genie SX-180 super booms and five Genie ZX-135/70 units, which proved instrumental in performing a series of high precision tasks.

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