CAMEC 2022
Show of strength for the 830 Sennebogen demolition machine

Show of strength for the 830 Sennebogen demolition machine

In Deggendorf, Lower Bavaria, one of the five 830 E demolition machines is currently undergoing its baptism of fire: Ferraro is involved in the demolition of several aging school buildings there. 

The mega project has been ongoing since 2015 with the deconstruction and reconstruction of the school center. With a building height of around 16.5 m, the job is tailor-made for the 830 Demolition from SENNEBOGEN, which boasts a reach height of up to 19 m depending on the attachment. The compact demolition excavator specializes in the selective demolition of building components by, among other things, easily extracting masses of probationary steel and assisting in the crushing and pre-sorting of the concrete demolition. The latter is a key unique selling point of this construction site: around 70% of the concrete demolition is to be crushed on site and recycled in new construction instead of gravel and sand, thus avoiding the energy-intensive reclamation of resources and protecting the environment.


The complex structure of the buildings and the large number of materials used require a powerful and multifunctional machine such as the 830 Demolition, which, thanks to its powerful hydraulics, can easily drive reinforced concrete shears and other attachments. Especially its stability due to the crawler tracks that can be telescoped up to 4.5 m, its reach and at the same time high load capacity in the entire 360° working range prove to be indispensable on the Deggendorf construction site: Because, for static reasons, certain walls have to remain standing at first, but the machine has to pull out reinforced concrete slabs or reinforcing steel inside the building and load them transversely to the undercarriage - an enormous feat.

MB Benne Selezionatrici 2022