Winter time is regeneration time

The ground is frozen, snow and ice cover excavation pits and construction vehicles – for a few weeks in the year, almost all construction projects are at a standstill.

Then comes the time for regeneration and for gathering new strength. This also applies to construction machines and, in particular, to attachments that are subject to stress. During the main season, there is little time for regenerating worn-out or damaged equipment. Prompt and professional repairs are, however, necessary both for a long use of the construction machinery and for an optimum performance of the machines and an economical fuel consumption. Rädlinger Maschinenbau has a lot of different wear parts and spare parts made from top quality materials from reputable manufacturers. Together with the modern machinery, this allows repairs or alterations to be executed without long waiting times.

For optimum regeneration of the attachments, details on the area of application of the attachment and the technical options for improvements are agreed with the customer accordingly. One option is a variety of reinforcement systems that are attached to the whole attachment and effectively protect all the areas that are subject to wear. This has proven itself very well in use and has been refined for years. In addition, Rädlinger provides its customers with blades, bucket bases and various sheet metal parts for internal regeneration. For at some point every winter, and the “quiet time”, is over again.


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