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Demoliton from Beelen

Discussion in 'Demolition' started by geert-yke, Jun 21, 2008.

  1. geert-yke

    geert-yke Active Member

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    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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  2. stretch

    stretch Senior Member

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    Now that is one HUGE machine!!!
     
  3. N.CarolinaDozer

    N.CarolinaDozer Senior Member

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    Nice pics! I like that green on those machines.
     
  4. Wolf

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    great looking demo machine. now that can do some serious damage.
     
  5. geert-yke

    geert-yke Active Member

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    Their EX 1200-5 with scrap shear
     

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  6. geert-yke

    geert-yke Active Member

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    Hitachi EX 1200-5 equipped with bucket for removing foundations.
     

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  7. DigDug

    DigDug Senior Member

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    what is the green tub in the first picture? Nice pics
     
  8. Turbo21835

    Turbo21835 Senior Member

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    Looks like it might be some sort of equipment that was used in the building
     
  9. geert-yke

    geert-yke Active Member

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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.
     
  10. Wolf

    Wolf Senior Member

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    Good work recycling that stuff. Lot of hand work, I guess.
     
  11. mljohn

    mljohn Well-Known Member

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    looked like a bear proof garbage can:D
     
  12. cat980

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    that must of coast a lot of money to haule that stuff to the jobsite
     
  13. Wolf

    Wolf Senior Member

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    but if they are recovering enough cash through recycling it sure is worth it. better for the environment too. LOL.
     
  14. Turbo21835

    Turbo21835 Senior Member

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    Even the Europeans have "mexican magnets "
     
  15. mljohn

    mljohn Well-Known Member

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    that is the funniest thing ive heard all day:)
     
  16. d4c24a

    d4c24a Senior Member

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    hand work

    polish pickers springs to mind :D
     
  17. Chris43156

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    I googled Mexican Magnet - here's the closest thing I found
     

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  18. Demo_Andy

    Demo_Andy Well-Known Member

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    You laugh but at least they graft. Good people and they work hard.
     
  19. geert-yke

    geert-yke Active Member

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    JDOFMEMI Senior Member

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    Nice looking machine!