A tunnel-excavating machine with a chassis that can be moved toward the face of a subterranean structure where a tunnel will be made and a cutting drum on it.
The chassis is provided independently of a roof-support unit and is only connected to the chassis by at least one arrangement of fluid-pressure cylinders.
Vibration damping means connect the cylinder arrangement to the unit and/or the chassis so that it can advance the chassis relative to the roof support unit or vice versa and dampen vibration transmission from the chassis to the roof support unit.
The Global tunnel excavation machine market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A new tunnel excavator based on a Volvo excavator has been developed by the German company Schöller special machines GmbH & Co. KG (SSM).
With an operating weight of approximately 16 to 18 tons, this excavator is best suited for tunnel construction’s small to medium cross passages.Since Volvo does not offer it in this form, it is the first of its kind.
Special-purpose construction machines are manufactured by the SSM company.SSM has a lot of experience building specialised machines because of their employees.
They offer a wide range of used and new machines for tunnelling and specialised civil engineering, which can be bought or hired.
The company’s main markets are Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, India, and the United States.The new excavator will be marketed in close collaboration with Volvo dealers in order to raise SSM’s global brand awareness in relation to Volvo.
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