Hägglunds drive systems– a success at the Aitik mine The feed system solution offered by Bosch Rexroth was two Hägglunds CBm motors per apron feeder. It was a welcome solution that easily met the requirements.
Brazilian sugar producer Usina Ferrari puts high trust in the Hägglunds hydraulic direct drives that crush its cane. Over the past decade, the reliability and control offered by Hägglunds drive systems have helped the company thrive and expand.
LSBG Hamburg is the authority responsible for the streets, bridges and waterways in the city of Hamburg, Germany. Among the city’s most critical assets are its floodgates – especially those of the central Schaartor Lock (Schaartorschleuse).
To make shipping more environmentally friendly, crude oil residues will no longer be burned in ship engines in the future. Some refineries recycle them further in a closed process for which the petroleum coke must first be crushed. Together with Bosch Rexroth, Jülch GmbH has solved this demanding task in a process-safe manner.
WEIMA of Germany is the first choice worldwide when it comes to recycling. All WEIMA equipment is built with sustainability in mind, but the life cycle of shredders is especially demanding. With Hägglunds hydraulic drive systems, WEIMA found a lasting solution.
Exceptional power and low inertia were key features for Dutch winch manufacturer Marotechniek when they set out to equip a a large cutter-suction dredger for use in gold mining. A successful partnership with Hägglunds secures a long service life for Marotechniek’s customer.
Established in Japan in 1950, Futamura is now a global leader in renewable packaging films. At its production site in Cumbria, UK, the company is pursuing renewal of a different sort – by replacing 10 outdated churn drives with Hägglunds hydraulic direct drive systems from Bosch Rexroth.
Damen Shipyards’ tugboats require reliable winches that are driven by powerful motors. “You want the best of the best, but at a competitive price. Hägglunds motors meet both criteria”, explains André de Bie, senior designer at Damen. Their latest project TUG 2.1 provides proof of a well-working partnership.