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    Demoliton from Beelen

    Pictures from a demolition job from the biggest demolition company in Holland: Beelen. The are now demolishing a meat factory. And the just take delivera of a brand new Hitachi ex 1200-5.

    For more information. visit the website http://www.beelen.nl
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    Now that is one HUGE machine!!!
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    Nice pics! I like that green on those machines.
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    great looking demo machine. now that can do some serious damage.

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    Their EX 1200-5 with scrap shear
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    Hitachi EX 1200-5 equipped with bucket for removing foundations.
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    what is the green tub in the first picture? Nice pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigDug View Post
    what is the green tub in the first picture? Nice pics
    Looks like it might be some sort of equipment that was used in the building

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    The green 'tube' is a kind of bucket. A hand worker is sorting out pieces of woord between the debris and put it in the 'tube' . When it is full, the excavator will take it with the sorting grab and will make it empty in the big containers for recycling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geert-yke View Post
    The green 'tube' is a kind of bucket. A hand worker is sorting out pieces of woord between the debris and put it in the 'tube' . When it is full, the excavator will take it with the sorting grab and will make it empty in the big containers for recycling.
    Good work recycling that stuff. Lot of hand work, I guess.

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    looked like a bear proof garbage can

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    that must of coast a lot of money to haule that stuff to the jobsite
    RIP uncle albert

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    Quote Originally Posted by cat980 View Post
    that must of coast a lot of money to haule that stuff to the jobsite
    but if they are recovering enough cash through recycling it sure is worth it. better for the environment too. LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geert-yke View Post
    The green 'tube' is a kind of bucket. A hand worker is sorting out pieces of woord between the debris and put it in the 'tube' .
    Even the Europeans have "mexican magnets "

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    that is the funniest thing ive heard all day

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