Debricking ladles, tundishes, furnaces, blast furnace runners and rotary kilns in the iron and steel industry
Launching at Metec:
Mini-format debricking machine with telescopic boom
Unique kinematics make targeted debricking easier.
Monheim, 20 March 2015. At Metec 2015 TML will be showing its new UNIDACHS 220 debricking machine, which it has developed especially for work in the iron and steel industry. For the first time there is an unusually small and compact machine designed for debricking ladles, runners, tundishes, furnaces and rotary kilns , and which features the unique kinematics of a telescopic boom. It means that the new machine can be deployed in very tight spaces and where working space and height is restricted.
With its 360° endlessly rotatable telescopic boom and with a stroke of 2,000 mm, the UNIDACHS 220 can reach every point from which material needs to be removed from a single standing position. Mini-excavators with an articulated arm are unable to do this due to the kinematics involved.
The new UNIDACHS is optimised for hydraulic hammers and for rotary drum cutters up to a weight of around 500 kg. With remote control operation, the driver is always working at a safe distance. The remote control system consists of a lightweight control panel with logically arranged elements, which can either be carried on a body belt or incorporated into a control station.
TML Technik at Metec 2015
(16 to 20 June 2015):
Hall 5, stand D22
Since 1993 TML Technik GmbH has been designing, developing and manufacturing special excavators with telescopic rotary booms and machines for the iron and steel, mining and tunnelling, and the construction and cement-making industries. Hundreds of machines supplied by TML, individually tailored to deal with challenging operating conditions, are constantly proving their value in the harshest of conditions.
Under its philosophy of “working solutions”, TML works closely with its customers to develop solutions that are tailored precisely to special requirement profiles, and which work reliably during harsh day-to-day work ... always on the basis of proven, robust, standard components, innovative technology and the expertise gained over 50 years in the business.
At its headquarters at Monheim am Rhein - centrally located between Dusseldorf and Cologne - the company develops and designs the machines, and manufactures them in six factory buildings, covering an area of 22,000 m²: “Made in Germany”