Sennebogen to show demolition and recycling machines at IFAT

By Steve Ducker08 April 2022

Machine manufacturer Sennebogen has announced that as well as its exhibits at next month’s IFAT event in Germany, it will present have four machines on display at the VDMA (German Engineering Federation) Demonstration Days and Crushing Zone.

Sennebogen IFAT exhibits Sennebogen will combine live demonstrations and indoor exhibits at next month’s IFAT exhibition in Munich. (Photo: Sennebogen)

Environmental technology trade fair IFAT takes place in Munich from 30 May to 3 June, and just a few hundred metres from the exhibition hall, the Demonstration Days and Crushing Zone will happen in parallel.

The live demonstrations offer guests the opportunity to experience the technical solutions of the manufacturers in an application-related way while working.

Sennebogen’s portfolio includes recycling machines, telehandlers, and demolition machines for effective deconstruction.

Each of them will feature in eight demonstrations over five exhibition days.

The 830 R-HDD demolition machine with an operating weight of 45 t and the 355 E series will be in the Crushing Zone.

It includes a quick-changer, with which it can be equipped with a sorting grab and the pulveriser in a very short time.

Demolition & Recycling International Buyers Guide For more details about this and other demolition and recycling equipment go to the new D&Ri Buyers Guide website.
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