‘Power without noise’ at German job site

28 October 2020

Germany-based demolition company Servisa recently purchased a number of Indeco attachments for several job sites across the Berlin-Brandenburg region.

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An IRP 18 X pulveriser was among the Indeco attachments recently purchased by German demolition company Servisa

The products included an IRP 18 X pulveriser, used in the demolition of an eight-storey building on Meierottostrasse in the German capital.

With this being a residential neighborhood, using a hydraulic hammer was not considered due to the inevitable noise and vibration and the disturbance it would have caused to people in their homes nearby.

According to Indeco, thanks to its power in proportion to its size – maximum jaw opening of 820 mm (32 in), maximum force at tip of 65 t, maximum force at cutters of 210 t with the ability to cut reinforcements up to 40 mm (1.6 in) – the IRP 18 X pulveriser successfully completed the project.

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