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Post #1 by Tristan » Tue Apr 06, 2010 2:28 pm

Hi, 've got some pictures for you from machines we have built the last few years,
when you need some more info just ask.
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Re: STC

Post #2 by Holger » Tue Apr 06, 2010 2:45 pm

Hello Tristan, very welcome to CMN!
Visited your companies site http://www.stcbv.nl
Impressive machinery!

Please tell us more about STC and the way you work!
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Re: STC

Post #3 by martyn williams » Tue Apr 06, 2010 2:56 pm

Hello Tristan
Welcome to CMN.
Impressive reach on those machines.
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Re: STC

Post #4 by Tristan » Tue Apr 06, 2010 3:29 pm

We are getting more and more specialized at building high reach machines witch can handle big attachments,
For the 48 mtr hitachi's we use 4200 kg tools,

The 870 Tripple we have built for Van Vliet can handle a 10000 kg shear at 24 mtr pin height or 28 mtr working height
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Re: STC

Post #5 by bigkit » Tue Apr 06, 2010 11:24 pm

Magic pictures thanks for posting. Fantastic machinery and even more impressive first hand no doubt! Looking forward to seeing more. :thumbup:


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Re: STC

Post #6 by Gavin Phillips » Mon Jun 28, 2010 7:41 am

I was trying to create a new topic asking what "STC" stands for but was redirected here - not that I am complaining; the photos are fantastic!

So, what is STC an abbreviation for?

Do some manufacturers make their own demolition booms or are they all 3rd party constructions madew by Kocurek and the like?

Thanks!
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Re: STC

Post #7 by TUHD » Fri Mar 18, 2011 6:57 pm

STC means Swanink (Ad Swanink is the founder) Techniek Coevorden. Coevorden is the place were they based.
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Re: STC

Post #8 by Tristan » Sat Mar 26, 2011 12:22 am

The other option for NKR
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Re: STC

Post #9 by Tracshovel » Sat Mar 26, 2011 7:17 pm

Gavin Phillips wrote:
Do some manufacturers make their own demolition booms or are they all 3rd party constructions madew by Kocurek and the like?

Thanks!



Not many manufacturers make their own demo booms, a lot buy in from Kocurek or similar companies. Liebherr design and build their own, CAT more or less use technology bought from Verachtert, Komatsu dabble in self built booms. It's really the small specialist companies that have learned the black art of boom technology that succeed in the demo boom sector. Must be the ability to build to individual spec/order that helps.

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Re: STC

Post #10 by TUHD » Tue Jul 10, 2012 11:08 am

On of the best 870-3 demolition machines. The STC 870-3 from Avenir Deconstruction on a very nice project and working with 55m boom.

http://www.bouwmachines.nl/fotowedstrijd/hitachi-stc-870-3-hrd-1606.html
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