Newly developed products and technologies, exciting applications on job sites around the globe, worldwide trade shows — discover what is currently happening in the world of the WIRTGEN GROUP.
In two stages to grit
In Schlag near Passau, in the heart of the so-called "granite country", Berger Rohstoffe GmbH took over a quarry in 2020. Since May 2021, a PRO plant train from Kleemann has been producing grit for high-quality concrete and impresses with high productivity and economy.
In collaboration with circuit design specialists from the Italian engineering consultants Studio Dromo, the British lead contractor Tarmac wins the race to reprofile and resurface the Silverstone Circuit in time for the British Grand Prix – with Wirtgen Group machines, plants and systems.
Premiere for a fleet of brand new asphalt road construction machines in Germany’s Westerwald region
Working with the ‘hot on hot’ method on a contract for the repair of a major road through the Westerwald, a fleet of new Vögele pavers and Hamm pneumatic-tyre and tandem rollers enabled the team from contractor Abel & Weimar from Limburg to deliver optimal paving results from start to finish.
The H 7i VIO compactor with high-performance compaction system and powerful travel drive shows off its talents when compacting a frost protection layer in Titisee-Neustadt and during dam construction along the banks of the Rhine.
For the construction of a water collection basin with a holding capacity of 18,500 m³, which is knocked into the granite rock near Brixen, NordBau Peskoller from Kiens uses the new jaw crusher MOBICAT MC 110i EVO2.
Ace Aggregates is a newly founded company that produces crushed rock in a reopened quarry in the West Virginian mountains. In around one year, the team has increased its production from 181,000 tons to approx. 545,000 tons per year – and delivered it.
Landfill construction with a Wirtgen Group machine train
In the course of an extension programme, Joh. Wachenfeld GmbH & Co. KG permanently sealed the base of a landfill site for demolition waste and contaminated soil in the north of the state of Hesse, Germany.
SP 15i an all-rounder when it comes to paving monolithic profiles
During a project in Esterwegen, near Papenburg, Germany, the small paver offered a first taste of the extended range of applications it can now cover by paving a 750-metre-long and 2-metre-wide cycle path along a rural road.
Daily production target with MOBISCREEN MS 952 EVO and MS 953 EVO increased
India has vast reserves of iron ore and is the second biggest steel producer in the world. The mobile screening plants MOBISCREEN EVO from Kleemann are used during the extraction of the important material in Keonjhar in India.
The SUPER 1000(i) Classic Line paver and the SUPER 1300-3(i) Premium Line paver are suitable for a similar range of applications, but the scope of their functions differs. A summary of differences and similarities follows.
Hyderabad, the capital city of Telangana, has a well-developed road network of around 9000 Kms maintained by the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC). 2900 Kms out of this road network are bituminous roads varying from single lane to four lane design. Over the years, the life of these pavements has reduced due to various factors like ageing, monsoon damages, heavy loading, etc. which then called for maintenance and recarpeting of these roads.
‘The new WIRTGEN GROUP machines are helping us to fulfil our ongoing growth targets’.
The Finnish company Asfalttikallio Oy is upgrading its fleet with a total of 39 machines from the Wirtgen Group. These include a Wirtgen W 120 Ri Small Milling Machine, Vögele Compact Class and Universal Class Pavers, as well as Hamm Rollers, mainly from the HD CompactLine.
For the complete rehabilitation of runway 1 at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, the lead contractor Nippon Road opted for an effective fleet of Wirtgen Group machines for the removal and repaving of 44,000 m³ of asphalt.
Reconstruction of a 375 km section of the A2 highway with the cold recycling method
The Nigerian Federal Ministry of Works and Housing awarded a contract for the rehabilitation of a 375 km section of the A2 highway from the capital city, Abuja, to the city of Kano in northern Nigeria with the cold recycling method to Julius Berger Nigeria Plc (JBN). Numerous Wirtgen Group plants and machines are already at work on the project.
MC 110 Z EVO Recycling of building rubble in Göppingen
A Mobicat jaw crusher processes concrete and building rubble in Stauferpark in Göppingen. Approx. 4,500 tons of material with a feed size of 0-500 mm are crushed to 0-60 mm and are used again on site as filling material.
During the rehabilitation of the Monterey Road in San José (USA), engineering contractor MCK Services, Inc. deployed Wirtgen Group machines and recycled and replaced 42 km of pavement with an overall area of 205,000 m2.
New TBA 4000 in Moscow: the transportable asphalt mixing plant from BENNINGHOVEN supplies premium asphalt for both road rehabilitation projects on greater Moscow’s MKAD Outer Ring Road and for new roads.
In the north of Vietnam lie the emerging city of Lang Son, located on the border with China, and National Route 1A, the heavily congested motorway to the capital, Hanoi: a KLEEMANN plant combination was brought in to eliminate this bottleneck.
When paired with the AB 220 TV Extending Screed, it can take on a remarkably wide range of pave widths from 0.5 to 3.5 m and even pave entire roads. These features make the SUPER 800i ideal for achieving a high level of machine utilization.
WIRTGEN GROUP provides Asfaltbolaget with a complete crushing and screening plant train from KLEEMANN
Asfaltbolaget, with its head office in Karlskrona, is a Swedish asphalt, road and landscape construction company. After all of their positive experience with WIRTGEN GROUP, it stood to reason to include crushing and screening plants from KLEEMANN in their short-list.
A SUPER 1303-3i repaved the surface course on a 3.1 m-wide tree-lined route at a thickness of 3 cm. The new pavement of sand-coloured asphalt blends harmoniously into the landscape. The VÖGELE wheeled paver in the Compact Class paved the coloured asphalt with a crown of +2.5%.
Millimeter accuracy is paramount on a track where every thousandth of a second counts, which is why, when it was time to rehabilitate the pavement, the client took the opportunity to re-profile the track, too.
Expansion of the Berlin ring road: when widening the trans-European motorway, the team frequently had to move between many small job site sections. AutoSet Plus, the automatic functions of the SUPER pavers, provided invaluable support for the paving team.
Swiss company Recytec continues investing in Kleemann plants
Recytec from Switzerland specialises in the processing of waste materials and materials in the recyclable mineral chain. Recytec has now extended its vehicle fleet and is participating in work on the tunnel construction project on the A1.
Technologies from VÖGELE deliver perfect evenness: when resurfacing the A36 motorway near Dijon, a new SUPER 1900-3i paver equipped with an SB 250 TV Fixed-Width Screed and supported by an MT 3000-2i Standard PowerFeeder produced high quality results across a pave width of 7.5 m.
During a construction job in South Africa, it was scientifically proven by the University of Twente that the MT 3000-2 Offset PowerFeeder improves paving quality – among other things, using RoadScan, the innovative temperature measurement system from VÖGELE.
Because of the dry desert winds, the work can only be carried out at night – and only for three to four months in the summer: the largest WIRTGEN slipform paver, the SP 1600, and the flexible SP 500 bring all their skills into play when paving concrete at the New Ulaanbaatar International Airport.
In 2001, conventional “drilling and blasting” was regarded as the most important extraction method in the West African country. Today, however, bauxite mining is carried out exclusively using Wirtgen’s surface miners, which are more cost-effective, safer, and more environmentally friendly.
Autostrada A1 – Europe's largest construction project
To build the A1 motorway in Poland as efficiently as possible, machines from the Wirtgen Group were almost the only equipment used during paving and compaction, including several HAMM compactors and tandem rollers.
In Hemer, in Germany’s North-Rhine Westphalia, Vögele Compact Class machines paved a new karting track, delivering precision work in the process: over a distance of exactly 391.49 m, they paved seven hairpin bends and an obstacle - a so-called chicane - all in an incredibly small space.
During construction of a carriageway in a road tunnel in Karlsruhe, Vögele road pavers and Hamm tandem rollers not only satisfied the strict emissions specifications, but also ensured efficient, high-quality paving.
Paving a slab track in tunnels of the Deutsche Bahn’s Stuttgart-Ulm project was tough. The paving team met the challenge with the SUPER 2100-3i including the AB 600 TP2 High Compaction Screed and 3D control system. An MT 3000-2i Offset material feeder supported job site logistics.