Cut down to size
Volvo’s Ultra High Reach (HR) excavators have booms from 17-32 meters, high visibility cabs and smooth, confident hydraulics. Equipped with tools from 2 to 3.5 tonne, they quickly cut demolition challenges down to size.
The standard hydraulically tilting cabin tilts up to 30 degrees – enhancing visibility and reducing operator fatigue and neck strain on high-reach jobs. The machines offer stability and safety due to a long undercarriage, extra modular counterweight, boom and arm holding valves, optional slew-reduction control and a Total Moment Indicator that warns the operator if the machine approaches the maximum safe working load. Productivity-enhancing features and options include viscous-mounted and sound-dampened cab, forward and rear-view cameras, a reversible fan to purge the coolers of dust and debris, and optional hydraulically variable undercarriage width for both easier transport (when retracted) and optimal stability (when extended).
The building’s old concrete blocks and bricks were sorted and transported for shipment – ready to be used in other construction purposes. The project is due for completion in February this year.
AF Decom is ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified and has high standards regarding quality, the environment, occupational health and safety, in line with Volvo CE’s vision and values.
Picture 1: Cutting through the old plant under a
Picture 2: The L90F-Series scoops up the rubble
Picture 3: A Volvo arm appears through the
building’s old frame
For further information, please contact:
Director, External Communications
Volvo Construction Equipment
Tel: int +32 2482 5021
Tel: int +44 77 333 50307