Eight Atlas Copco hydraulic attachments on a major demolition site in Rutesheim
A total of eight Atlas Copco hydraulic attachments are used by FWA Fischer Weilheim Abbruch (FWA) for demolishing the former company site of the Drescher printing works in Rutesheim. Now that the Rutesheim approach to the A8 freeway is completed, the site has become an attractive housing and commercial area that will be completely cleaned up and redeveloped this year.
Even before the official introduction on the market, Joachim Schmid, FWA’s technical director, is fully convinced of the CC 6000 U: „The1400 mm jaw width is quite exceptional for this size of cutter. Power and quality of the cutter are typically Atlas Copco. We bought the CC 6000 and are looking forward to being the forerunner on the market.“
In Rutesheim the CC 6000 U mainly has to tackle reinforced concrete structures which – after being demolished – need to be recycled and with their volume of some 38,000 metric tons will be used to backfill trenches and as bedding material for the roads of the housing and commercial area to be developed on the site.
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Atlas Copco Construction Tools is a division within Atlas Copco´s Construction and Mining Technique business area. It develops, manufactures and markets hydraulic, pneumatic, and petrol-driven equipment for demolition, recycling, compaction, rock drilling and concrete applications. Products are marketed and sold under several brands through a worldwide sales and service organisation. The division is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, and has production units in Europe, Africa and Asia.