Wimmer Hartstahl

Credit/Quelle: Wimmer International

Credit/Quelle: Wimmer International
Successful first assignment for the miniBadger
"The miniBadger was the ideal device for us because in the cross-connection profiles in the tunnel Cholfirst there is no space for a larger excavator“ says Pius Bürge, site manager from Implenia Switzerland AG. The miniBadger is remote controlled and allows the operator to work outside of the immediate danger zone.

•  Operating weight: 12 t

•  Engine power: 53.7 kW

•  Min. tunnel height: 2.7 m

•  Min. tunnel width: 2.3 m


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