As an internationally active company in the areas of industrial dismantling, renaturing and disposal, Koole has been able to establish its position as a complete service-provider for complex demolition work in the Netherlands and Belgium in the past few years and now operates successfully throughout the world.
In early 2014, the Dutch sales and service partner Kuiken NV was able to deliver a new SENNEBOGEN 830 with a crawler track as the latest SENNEBOGEN machine. Equipped with a powerful 164 kW diesel engine and a special 14 m long boom kinematic, the machine works with a 2.5 t demolition shear. The steel structure of a pump system has to be removed from a depth of up to 7 m. The Maxcab, which can be elevated up to 2.7 m, plays out its strengths here, with an excellent all-round view and additional peripheral camera system. Operator Bart Versteeg is completely satisfied with the SENNEBOGEN 830 demolition machine. He especially praises the high flexibility of the compact yet extremely powerful machine. In comparison to heavy demolition machines, the 830 can work safely and effectively even in narrow spaces. The state-of-the-art engine technology ensures low fuel consumption, and a hydraulic quick-changing device allows attachments to be quickly replaced in order to use the handling machine in different places, for example for loading.
In addition to the demolition machine, Koole also uses a SENNEBOGEN 683 telescopic crawler crane for dismantling. With the 42 m long full-power boom and a safe working load of up to 80 t, it can move and place heavy parts in particular. As a pick & carry crane, the machine can be moved flexibly even under load due to the sturdy crawler track. In addition to the 830 and 683, Koole also successfully uses other SENNEBOGEN machines worldwide. The local sales and service partner Kuiken NV handles the regular maintenance and spare parts supply on site.
With an 830 demolition machine and the 683 telescopic crane, the Dutch demolition company Koole Environmental successfully uses two reliable SENNEBOGEN machines to dismantle a steel structure.