Bauma 2022: rolling news on the Munich exhibition
By KHL editorial staff12 September 2022
KHL Group is providing a rolling news update for Bauma 2022 as the massive show prepares to open its doors on Monday 24 October. We will report on new products being launched and any other news relating to the show. If you have stories and photos to share, please e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, or any KHL journalist.
Grove’s latest addition to all terrain range (Monday 26 September)
Crane manufacturer Grove will be premiering the GMK6400-1 all terrain crane at Bauma, the company has said.
The crane is an upgraded version of the GMK6400. Read more here.
Hyundai to reveal hydrogen loader (Thursday 22 September)
South Korea-based manufacturer Hyundai will reveal a concept hydrogen-fuel-cell-powered wheeled loader at Bauma in October.
The new 14 tonne loader, the HW155H, promises eight hours of operation, with a 20-minute refuelling time – and the only emission is water. Read more about it here.
Caterpillar’s new electric prototypes (Thursday 22 September)
At an online press event Caterpillar announced that its construction industries division was working on four new electric equipment machines, two excavators and two wheeled loaders.
Several of these machines will be on display at Bauma Munich in prototype form. More information can be found here.
Tyrolit to launch cutting and drilling tools (Thursday 22 September)
Tool manufacturer Tyrolit will showcase a variety of new products and upgrades in concrete drilling and cutting, floor grinding and digitalisation at Bauma.
New launches for smaller drilling include the new PC4505 Bump Grinder, DHE32 drill hammer and HCE125 wall chaser. Find out more here.
Electric focus for Liebherr (Thursday 15 September)
Seventy machines on show will include six new ‘Unplugged’ products for piling, drilling and lifting. Read more here.
Download the KHL Bauma App (Thursday 15 September)
App is available for Android and Apple devices and will provide the latest news and videos in the run-up to the show and during the event. More details here.
A step closer to ‘Autonomous crushing’ (Thursday 15 September)
SBM Mineral Processing will use Bauma to showcase its new REMAX 600 crusher, which it says represents the next step to autonomous crushing. The 600t/h-capacity impact crusher serves as a technology platform for the first fully automatic production monitoring and control system.
The system incorporates sensor and video technology, automatic gap adjustment, communication and IT networks. Learn more here.
Sennebogen to present battery-powered material handler (Wednesday 14 September)
Sennebogen will present its new mobile electric material handler to the public for the first time at Bauma. Jointly developed by metal recycling specialist Cronimet, the 825 Electro Battery allows for autonomous working in battery operation as well as connection to the mains. Click here to find out more.
Demarec to introduce EcoLine attachment range (Tuesday 13 September)
Demolition and recycling attachment specialist Demarec is to introduce the first of its new EcoLine range of crushers at this year’s Bauma trade fair in Munich, Germany. Find out more about the model here.
Wacker Neuson to launch updated electric loader (Tuesday 13 September)
Wacker Neuson is to launch an updated version of its fully electric WL20e compact wheeled loader at Bauma. Click here to read more.
Zero emissions forum at Bauma (Tuesday 13 September)
The European Rental Association (ERA) and the Committee for European Construction Equipment (CECE) are to host an event on zero emissions in rental and construction as part of the Bauma Forum on 28 October. Read more here.
Shortlist announced for Bauma Innovation Award (Tuesday 13 September)
The shortlist has been announce for the prestigious Bauma Innovation Awards. On the eve of Bauma, one winner will be selected in each of the following categories: Climate Protection, Digitalisation, Mechanical Engineering, Building and Research. Find out who’s made it to the shortlist here.
Doosan to launch 4x4 DA45-7 ADT (Tuesday 13 September)
The South Korea-based company has announced that it will launch its new 4x4 DA45-7 ADT at this year’s Bauma. The new machine is less than 4m wide to avoid the need for special transportation. Read more here.
Weber MT’s ‘Smart Assist’ (Tuesday 13 September)
German compaction specialist Weber MT will use Bauma to launch Weber Smart Assist (WSA), a system to prevent damage to machines and provide troubleshooting guidance. Read more here.
‘Mystery’ transport platform from Geda (Monday 12 September)
Aiming to “set new standards for the future”, Geda is to launch a new transport platform model at Bauma, that it says is characterised by new special features and an optimised load capacity. Find out more here.
Show guides (Monday 12 September)
All KHL magazines are publishing guides to the show, covering general construction equipment, cranes and transport, access equipment, demolition, power and the rental sector. First off, see Access international’s guide to access equipment.
Rubble Master to highlight electrification (Wednesday 7 September)
Mobile crushing equipment manufacturer Rubble Master will reveal its new RM 50X hybrid screen and RM 110X jaw crusher models, and showcase its X Smart software solution, and other digital developments. Find out more here.
New fully electric Böcker truck crane and work platform (Wednesday 7 September)
German manufacturer Böcker in Germany will launch its new AK 48e at this year’s Bauma exhibition. The AK 48e is a fully electric crane and aerial work platform mounted on a 27 tonne 6 x 2 Mercedes eActros truck. For more details click here.
Bauma launch for ‘world’s highest spider lift’ (Monday 5 September)
Easy Lift is to launch what it claims is the highest spider lift in the world at the Bauma construction exhibition in Munich, Germany.
The RA53 features a double telescopic boom and jib, and has a working height of 52.4m with a maximum outreach of 20m. More information on its specifications can be found here.
Imer to launch electric mini scissor (Monday 5 September)
Italy-based manufacturer Imer is to launch its new IM 5080 mini scissor lift model at Bauma 2022. The IM 5080 machine is one of two models in the company’s new series of self-propelled electric mini scissor lifts. Read more here.
Vögele to debut road pavers (Tuesday 23 August)
Vögele is to premiere new road pavers and screens as part of its new Dash 5 generation at bauma 2022.
The Super 1900-5(i) and Super 2100-5(i) highway class pavers, and the AB 500 and AB 600 extending screens, will be among the equipment on show. Find out more here.
Bauma launch for 3.5 tonne hybrid truck mount (Friday 19 August)
Aerial platform specialist Ruthmann is to show a new 3.5-tonne Steiger truck mount at this year’s Bauma exhibition. The Steiger T 300 XS Hybrid truck mount offers a 30m working height with a maximum outreach of 23m. More details can be found here.
50-tonne electric crane from Sennebogen (Monday 15 August)
The Sennebogen 653 E Electro Battery is a 50 tonne capacity machine with a telescopic boom. It will be launched at the Bauma construction equipment exhibition in Munich, Germany, this October. To find out more about the crawler crane, click here.
Zoomlion to introduce 58m boom lift (Friday 12 August)
Among the equipment launches from Chinese access equipment manufacturers will be the new ZT58J Ultra model from Zoomlion.
Boasting a working height of 58.8m, the telescopic boom lift is a four-wheel-drive unit that can handle rough terrain. It will be presented alongside three new lithium-battery powered MEWPS, on which more information can be found here.
Kleemann premieres Mobirex crusher (Wednesday 10 August)
German crushing and screening machine specialist Kleemann is to demonstrate its new Mobirex MR 130(i) Pro impact crusher for the first time at Bauma 2022.
The MR 130(i) is the latest addition to the company’s existing Pro range, which now comprises nine models. Click to find out more.
What to expect this year? (June 2022)
KHL journalist Lucy Barnard talked to Messe Munchen and some prominent exhibitors about what visitors can expect to find at this year’s show. It’s a fascinating, detailed account which you can read here.
Buy your ticket (Monday 12 September)
A one-day ticket for Bauma costs €29, although there are numerous ticketing options, including special rates for groups. See the details here.
Webcam of showground (Monday 12 September)
Stand construction work is already getting underway at the exhibition site in Munich. A webcam shows the progress being made, although still at an early stage. View here.
Five new machines to watch for (Tuesday 30 August)
International Construction magazine has highlighted five new machines getting their launch at Bauma.