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Catalogue excerpts

A Magazine for the Production Industry Komatsu Mining: Huge excavators from Benrath Decentralised and dependable: Compressed air for cranes Kaeser Kompressoren supplies a global player in historic Tirschenreuth

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Kaeser Kompressoren at the world’s largest trade fair by area: Bauma 2016 Komatsu Mining: Huge excavators from Benrath The big scoop Decentralised and dependable: Compressed air for cranes Up, up and away with heavy loads Kaeser Kompressoren supplies a global player in historic Tirschenreuth That’s how we roll IFAT 2016: Rotary screw power for blower air Energy-saving aeration Sustainability in all respects The Sigma Air Manager 4.0 in action Kaeser Mobilair portable compressors Powerful – efficient – low-emission Dry-running compressors with integrated rotation dryer (i.HOC) New: CSG-2 series Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing....

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Kaeser Kompressoren at the world’s largest trade fair by area: Open-air exhibitio n ground FM Stand 708/15 The International Trade Fair for Construction Machinery, Building Material Machines, Mining Machines, Construction Vehicles and Construction Equipment will be held from the 11th to the 17th of April 2016 at the Neue Messe München trade fair grounds. Covering a staggering 605,000 square metres, Bauma has more exhibition area than any other trade fair in the world and is a true global showcase. As usual, Kaeser Kompressoren will also be there to present its comprehensive portfolio of compressed...

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portable compressors from Kaeser’s Mobilair range can be equipped with the necessary technology. For instance, the M 500-2 Mobilair flagship features as standard the GPS/GSM module necessary for localisation and communication. Delivering a flow rate of almost 50 m³/min, this large-scale compressor is predominantly used within the scope of rental fleets. The compressor’s advanced networking capabilities enable several key benefits: the machines can be precisely located at any time and transmission of operating data allows close networking and coordination with the Kaeser Network. Therefore, a differentiated...

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Komatsu Mining: Huge excavators from Benrath The big scoop Capacity is everything... South Düsseldorf’s Benrath district, not entirely voluntarily incorporated into the city in 1929, is known for its magnificent Baroque castle with a fantastic park located directly on the Rhine. It also has a long history as an established site for heavy industry. Part of the construction machinery factory formerly operated by the Demag company is still used to produce large-scale excavators for open-pit mines throughout the world. ...when it comes to removing enormous quantities of overburden as quickly and efficiently...

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are integrated into a whole at the end of the production process. In this case, however, the finished product isn’t ready for delivery just yet. The first “trip” taken by every new Komatsu mining excavator is just across the courtyard to the testing hall where it has to prove its ability to perform exactly as required in every aspect. After all, the excavator will have to perform its heavy-duty work in the most hostile of environments day in, day out, for many years. To ensure this happens with maximum dependability, the excavator’s inner workings are equally durable and sophisticated. The highly...

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Decentralised and dependable: Compressed air for cranes heavy loads The Liebherr Group’s plant in Ehingen produces vehicle and crawler cranes with load capacities ranging from 35 to 3000 tonnes – all with support from a full complement of Kaeser rotary screw compressors. The headquarters of Liebherr, a family company founded in 1949, are located in Bulle, Canton Fribourg, Switzerland. Although the corporate group’s activities span the globe, it is still a familyrun company managed by descendants of the founder. The broad-based production programme includes first-class engineering and technology...

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Compressed air is used for tool cooling in this advanced Škoda processing centre; it is also essential for blasting (above right) and painting (below) of large components. and implements industrial projects, from manufacturing cells through to complete production plants. The company is even active in the tourist sector, with hotels in Ireland, Austria and Germany. The Liebherr plant in Ehingen has been in operation since 1969 and is located just a few kilometres upstream of Ulm on the Danube. Here some 3300 employees produce mobile cranes with load capacities ranging from 35 to 3000 tonnes on...

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Kaeser Kompressoren supplies a global player in historic Tirschenreuth Located in the district town of Tirschenreuth in the Upper Palatinate region of Germany, the “Hamm Brothers Machinery Factory” (Maschinenfabrik Gebr. Hamm) was established in 1878 by Franz & Anton Hamm and originally specialised in the production of agricultural machinery. In 1911, however, the company introduced the first diesel engine powered road roller – and never looked back. Today Hamm AG, part of the Wirtgen Group since 1999, is a global market leader in road roller and soil compactor equipment. “The little cloth-making...

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IFAT 2016: Rotary screw power for blower air Energy-saving aeration Kaeser Kompressoren further expands its range of screw blowers designed for lower flow rates with the new DBS series. These screw blowers are especially well suited to municipal and industrial water treatment applications. The production chain begins with drums produced for all types of rollers in Hamm’s in-house drum factory. These processes rely on hydraulic roll bending machines, welding robots and a high-tech painting plant, as well as air-cushion forklift trucks that are fed directly from the factory’s newly installed compressor...

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in all respects Have you ever looked at the base of a common plastic container – such as the one containing the sweets, biscuits or crisps you may be enjoying right now? If so, it’s fairly likely you’ll be looking at the logo of German manufacturer Fürst GmbH. While you enjoy your goodies, accompany us as we take a look at the intelligent compressed air solutions used by the company to create these containers. You might even find inspiration for your own compressed air station! The main production site of Fürst GmbH, a third-generation family company, is located in Hallerndorf, Franconia; the company...

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