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Every project is different. Every location is different and soils are different. So for every ground improvement job you make different considerations that lead to the choice of equipment. Truth to be told: finding the most suitable foundation equipment for the job is a challenge. In addition, new groundbreaking technologies and possibilities follow each other in a fast pace. Keeping up with those is a challenge on its own.
Posted by Patrick van der Schaaf
PVE's high frequency vibration hammers are virtually vibration-free. In fact, testing has shown the company's high frequency hammer measured at a distance of two meters (seven feet) from driving elements produces the same level of vibrations produced by a low frequency hammer at a distance of 16 meters (52 feet). The American market is on the verge of meeting the demands of the future!
Posted by Arnaud Lamboo
The PVE RD260 Resonator is one of the innovative highlights of Dieseko Group and Resonance Technology International (RTI) . This machine uses a new technique that doesn’t damage the soil unlike more conventional vibro methods. This foundation equipment causes no vibration to the surroundings. That's why resonance technique makes it possible to perform foundation jobs close to a fragile construction, which is often the case in urban areas.
Posted by Matthew Janes
When driving piles you need a machine that is made for the job. Instead of using a converted crane or excavator to execute the piling work, you’d better use a reliable and trustworthy machine that’s truly designed for its task. Woltman offers rigs that are specifically designed and made for the piling industry. Those rigs are robust and sturdy due to their design.
Posted by Arjen van der Schaaf
The PVE RD260 Resonator is one of the innovative highlights of Dieseko Group and Resonance Technology International (RTI) . This machine uses a new technique that doesn’t disturb or damage the soil unlike more conventional vibro methods. This foundation equipment causes almost no vibration to the surroundings. That's why the Resonance technique makes it possible to perform foundation jobs close to a fragile construction, which is often the case in urban areas, like the Dutch city of Rotterdam.
Posted by Matthew Janes
Working on a job site means working with strict deadlines. The job needs to be done in a short time period, so it’s very important that all equipment works as it should. Down time means extension of the job time and this always has financial consequences.
Posted by Jaap Dam
To keep your equipment in a perfect condition, you need to check it on a regular basis. If you don’t take good care of your machines, it will definitely affect their lifespan. In a previous blog about maintenance the importance of reading the manual and using the right oil was the main topic. This time it’s all about daily check ups.
Posted by Alfred Oomen
Friday: the day after the Dealer Meeting. A special evening that was filled with music, South German gastronomy and, most importantly: intensifying the global Dieseko Group family bond.
Posted by Herald Wattenberg
Entering bauma 2016 on this Thursday feels like reliving your favourite epic movie. It's jaw dropping. The sheer size of the worlds leading trade fair for the construction machinery and the mining industry is visible miles away. You can see the massive cranes when you’re on the highway. Despite the bad weather the spirits are high. There’s a lot to see at this event.
Posted by Samuel Kieviet
To describe a day - in this case a Wednesday - at bauma 2016 is very difficult. It’s hard to capture the feeling this enormous event gives you in words. The anticipation and excitement to be on the worlds leading trade fair for the construction machinery and the mining industry is tremendous. What’s better than to visit an event where you can meet all of your peers and talk about the future of the industry?
Posted by Douwe Feenstra