Rusch RS 4500 video shows how it's done

By Lindsay Gale19 March 2012

The RS 4500 acting as a crane to lift its track elements into place

The RS 4500 acting as a crane to lift its track elements into place

A video of the assembly ofthe latest special to come out of the Rusch Special Productts' factory in the Netherlands can now be viewed on our website.

Selected as this month's Editor's Choice, it takes just 13 minutes to show the various stages of assembly that will be carried out once it has been transported to site.

Lasting just 13 minutes, it shows the mounting of the track units, counterweight and boom elements.

Go to www.khl.com/demolition/RS4500 to watch it now.

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