“Promoting Sustainability and Strengthening the Construction and Energy Industries” – TII on Stand FN828 at bauma on Wednesday
The goal of achieving climate neutrality by the middle of the 21st century is necessary in order to limit global warming. A key success factor for this is the implementation of a successful energy transition. In order for the switch to renewable energies and decarbonisation to succeed, special transports for the construction of facilities, power stations and supply infrastructure are essential. A detailed explanation is to be given by the economist and sustainability researcher Professor Franz-Josef Radermacher during his presentation at the TII booth on 26 October. With their innovative, economically efficient special vehicles, the subsidiaries of the Heilbronn-based TII Group are fully supporting the energy transition process.
Transport and manoeuvring solutions from TII offer virtually unlimited application possibilities. At bauma 2022, TII brands, TII SCHEUERLE and TII KAMAG expand their range of transport solutions and value-added services for the construction and energy industries in line with key customer needs – in particular, to further optimise transport efficiency, operating costs, ease of use and transport safety.
TII Group subsidiaries set standards in service.
A combination featuring the K25L and WT70 – for wind tower segments of the most powerful wind turbines.
TII SCHEUERLE has developed the K25 L especially for the wind industry. Importantly, the modular platform trailers are also suitable for all other applications which have been designed to handle loads that generate high point loads and simultaneously have a high load centre of gravity.
Accommodating payloads of up to 140 tonnes, the WT70 can be considered the premium class for the transportation of tower segments. Here, the payload and length of the transport are in an ideal ratio, as the axle lines of the leading and trailing unit combination can be put together according to payload requirements.
The new EuroCompact U7, for use in the payload class from 60 to 120 tonnes, is the economical solution for transport-ing construction machinery, rock crushers, transformers and other heavy equipment. Where others use modular vehicle concepts, TII SCHEUERLE is able to offer a significantly more compact, more manoeuvrable and more eco-nomical vehicle with the EuroCompact U7, which also offers advantages regarding approval procedures and empty runs.
The FL02 is the second representative of the EuroCompact series. The entry-level model in the EuroCompact world boasts, among other things, a payload of up to 36t as well as a particularly low deck loading height along with an optimal combination length to loading length ratio.
The SPMT PowerHoss is the extremely manoeuvrable all-rounder for internal logistics; for example, when it comes to manoeuvring the heaviest of components such as large excavator parts and tower crane elements on construction sites or tunnel-boring machines with millimetre precision.