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Bauma CONEXPO INDIA Continues To Grow (12-12-2018)
Record: India’s largest construction machinery trade fair continues to grow: 700 exhibitors from 30 countries will display latest technologies
The largest-ever bauma CONEXPO INDIA opens its doors: manufacturers from all parts of the world will present construction machinery, equipment and technological innovations from December 11 to 14 at the HUDA Ground in Gurgaon/Delhi. A multifaceted supporting program and live action in the demo area also await trade fair visitors and exhibitors.
India’s construction industry is booming, and the market for construction machinery is growing. One reason is the large amount of money that the Indian government is allocating into infrastructure projects. India is to become the world’s third-largest market for the global construction industry by 2025.
"At the largest- ever bauma CONEXPO INDIA, exhibitors will display construction machinery and vehicles, building materials and mining machines as well as construction equipment – on more than 195,000 square meters,” said Bhupinder Singh, the CEO of bC Expo India.
BAI traditionally uses the trade fair as a networking platform for its members. As part of these activities, the BAI Managing Committee Meeting will be held on December 11, 2018. December 12, 2018, CERA will conduct an industry event titled “Leasing Construction Equipment – a Vital Need for a Growing India.”
Professional conference “Transportation Infrastructure”
UBS Forums will hold the professional conference “Transportation Infrastructure” on December 13 and 14, 2018 with key focus upon roads, railways and urban transportation. Highly respected speakers will talk about the impact of the government’s infrastructure initiatives on the growing economy. Other topics will include sustainable transportation in India and the digitalization of public transportation. Rail construction and rail-construction machinery will also be focal points along with the Sagar Mala Project, India’s development program for intermodal harbor hubs.
The Single-Line Guiding System From Liebher (11-12-2018)
The blades on the latest generation of wind turbines are nowadays installed individually using rotor blade yokes. Liebherr has developed a system for this future-oriented application, which makes the installation process safer, more economical and in many cases also greener – the SLGS single-line guiding system.
To stabilise long rotor blades in the wind, helpers have had to be used on the ground with vehicles and, in some cases, even rope winches, to control the blades using long ropes. This requires a great deal of space on the ground as the force needed can only be generated if the ropes are spanned at an adequately low angle. For erecting wind turbines in forest areas, this means that more trees have to be felled than the component sizes of the crane and turbine components themselves would actually require. None of this is required if the new Liebherr SLGS is used as the blades are stabilised in the wind by the crane’s main boom.
The single-line guiding system is a system which is attached to the main boom on the side facing the load. A rope is secured at the top of the boom head and tensioned using a rope winch below in the pivot section. A cable pulley with two connections to the outsides of the rotor blade yoke runs along the boom rope during the hoisting process. With its own power supply in the yoke, the two connections to the SGLS are tensioned so that the blade is stabilised in the wind and can also be moved into the correct angle for installation on the hub. Since the horizontal application of force on the blade by the main boom is perfectly aligned, the SLGS significantly improves the load control during the blade installation.
The single-line guiding system from Liebherr can be used with rotor blade yokes from various manufacturers. Crane operators can retrofit the SLGS on all conventional wind power boom systems, including the new SX systems on LR 1750/2 and LG 1750 cranes at low cost, with the tensioning winch being installed instead of the luffing jib adjustment winch and the existing hydraulic system being used. Only the electrical system and software are added.
Mammoet Germany has taken the first 55 tonne Demag AC 55-3 All Terrain crane to be delivered in the country.
The three axle AC 55-3 features a 50 metre main boom, which can be lowered to five degrees below horizontal for easy rigging from the ground, while the flexible outriggers set up allows them to be positioned independently with the IC-1 Plus calculating the load chart based on the crane’s actual configuration. The company says it decided to purchase the AC 55-3 after the success the crane had with its Dutch division, and it will be used at BASF’s chemical plant in Ludwigshafen.
Repair manager Vitor da Costa said: “The main reason why we chose the Demag AC 55-3 is its outstanding lifting capacity. In addition, the AC 55-3 is an extraordinarily robust and reliable crane, as our Dutch colleagues have confirmed.”
Mammoet Germany’s new Demag AC 55-3
“We have a large number of cranes from Demag and Terex in every class, and every single project for which we’ve used them globally has been extremely successful, which is why we keep adding more.”
Established in 1991, Mammoet Germany is headquartered in Leuna, with other depots in Ludwigshafen, Krefeld, and Flensburg. The company is also opening a new depot this month in Hamburg.