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Contractors World International Vol 7 No 5



Liebherr R 918 Crawler Excavator

For Demolition Work

ECD (Etude Conseil Démolition) r

ecently invested in a


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


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


The crawler excavator comes from the stand-

ard model series and was configured by

Liebherr-France SAS to the customer ’s


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


The Liebherr R 918 crawler excavator with an oper-

ating 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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