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Company News, 2007-04-23, 10:02 AM

ThyssenKrupp GfT Bautechnik at the BAUMA 2007 – A fresh wind with new products

ThyssenKrupp GfT Bautechnik is exhibiting again this year at BAUMA 2007, the world’s largest trade fair for the building sector. From April 23 to 29, 2007, the Essen-based company will be showing what it has to offer as a qualified integrated supplier of solutions centering on harbor and civil engineering. The stand will be located in the open air area, F8, Block 806 A/1, at the New Munich Trade Fair Center.

In addition to time-tested classics from its product range, including the lightweight aluminum trench box system, dimensioning aids for structural engineers, flood production systems, HOESCH sheet piling sections, and PEINER sheet piling systems, ThyssenKrupp GfT Bautechnik will be showing the following key innovations at the fair:

The ThyssenKrupp hammer drill HB 35A, from the time-tested hammer drill range, is part of the newly-developed medium-duty hammer drill range and is the shortest in its power class. This means that it is especially well suited for use within buildings, such as for renovating existing foundations.

Within the established Müller product range, Bautechnik will be presenting a prototype of the variable vibrator MS-100 HFV, with a doubling of the power parameters, such as static moment, centrifugal force and throw. This new equipment development will make it possible in the future to install sheet piling, girders and pipes with larger profile widths or diameters not only at greater depths, but also in vibration-sensitive areas.

The excavator-mounted vibrator MS- 4/6/7 HFBS with its tiltable spring yoke, one of the hydraulic Müller vibrators, makes it possible to quickly and easily pick up and install piling sections from various positions.

The range of sheet piling sections also includes an innovation: the PZC sheet piling section in steel grade S 355 GP. These Z-profiles are particularly well suited for the injection method and are characterized by high tensile strength and rotation ability in their interlock designs.

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