360° Trenchless Power: Tracto -Technik exhibits at Bauma 2016
Mar 30, 2016
Themed "360° Trenchless Power" TRACTO-TECHNIK GmbH is presenting its complete range of trendsetting NO-DIG products and solutions for the trenchless installation and renewal of pipes at BAUMA 2016 in Munich.
Maintenance and development of the complex urban underground supply network is quite challenging with regards to longevity and cost reduction for private utilities and particularly for the tax-funded public sector. The innovative products and systems of TRACTO-TECHNIK (TT) offer sustainable and economical solutions for the "Smart City" of tomorrow.
Smart solutions for infrastructure linkage and development
Trenchless Technology has been accepted for the installation and rehabilitation of mains and distribution pipes for a long time. At BAUMA, TT will show further developments for installing property service connections, everything from sewage to FTTX connections can be installed and renewed without trenches using the GRUNDOMAT displacement hammer.
Gas, water, sewage, district heating, electricity and telecoms/data are connected into single buildings, housing blocks or commercial and industrial plants. Waterproof wall ducts for gas and water pipes allow trenchless installation from the basement (If applicable) of the building without additional assembly pits in front of the outer wall. Either GRUNDOMAT P or the new GRUNDOMAT N version can be used; the latter can also be equipped with the innovative crowned head or the stepped head.
Keyhole technology can be used both as the assembly pit for the e-charging station and/or as the starting bore hole for laying the connection cables, either from the charging station into the keyhole, or from out of the keyhole to the charging station or an inductive charging system.
Another addition to the mini bore rigs for property service connection technology is the GRUNDOPIT 6V. This follow-up version surpasses the performance of the GRUNDOPIT 40/60 with regard to efficiency, speed and ease. Thanks to the improved paddle function, precise steering during the bore process is guaranteed even in difficult soil conditions.
Smart solutions for pipe line installation
One of the highlights in the HDD machine family is the GRUNDODRILL 18ACS which works highly efficiently in alternating soils as well as in the hardest rock, offering distinctively reduced operating costs and construction times compared to similar drilling rigs. With the challenge of developing the urban underground network the new GRUNDODRILL 11XP was designed, with its slim construction it is ideal for applications in inner-city areas.
With the GRUNDORAM steel pipe ramming machines, providing thrust forces up to 40,000 Nm, steel pipes with diameters of up to 4,000 mm can be installed without the need for thrust walls or abutments. The ramming technique is applicable to pipeline installations, creating underpasses, railway underpasses and culverts, for establishing foundations, for sheet piling and for supporting HDD operations (HDD assist).
Smart solutions for sustainable preservation of resources
TRACTO-TECHNIK is taking part in the BAUMA trade fair for the 17th time. Around 50 experts from 17 countries including TT-UK will be on site with comprehensive answers to all your questions. Please visit our stand FN.521/1 at BAUMA and get inspired by the "360° Trenchless Power" NO-DIG solutions by TT.
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