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7 years ago Putman from Duiven already bought a beautiful Kinshofer Re-Handling Clamshell Bucket with cylinders.
Now Putman from Duiven has invested in a beautiful Kinshofer HPX grab.
The old grab had a central lubrication system powered by the grease pot of the crane, but the new low-maintenance HPX grab
has an oil bath with two pistons and two axles with helical teeth.
Four moving parts thus drive the grab, resulting in constant closing force and ideal closing curve of the scales.

Van der Spek and Rigter Handelsonderneming have done a project together Metaalrecycling Hoofddorp.
The metal recycling company invested in a beautiful Fuchs 335 with the construction of a
Steelwrist quick-change system supplied by Van der Spek. Rigter Handelsonderneming supplied
the head plates, the conversion of the sorting grab and a 4-armed orange peel grab.
The orange peel grab is a Kinshofer type P30VHD-600-4-W.

Rigter handelsonderneming BV has converted an Atlas 1905 for recyclingbedrijf Veldman from IJmuiden for use with an iron scissors.
The boom is dismantled and then shortened and checked for any tear.
A flat plate has been welded to it with various reinforcements.
The plate has the CAT-hole pattern which is one of the most common patterns worldwide.
A Demarec DRS 30 iron shear is mounted on the plate and the hoses have been adjusted to fit.
The Demarec DRS-30 shear excel in this class in speed and power.
The kinematics are calculated in such a way that the Atlas 1905 has an ideal range and stability, but also maximum range. You can now safely work around 360 degrees.

In addition, the entire combination has received a wash at the approved washing place.
Despite the fact that the Atlas has had quite a few hours, the machine shines again and is a great combination.
The boom can simply be reused for any sale of the machine.
Then a plate is also welded to the boom and it is again an approved crane.


For a project with a used Multidocker transfer crane in Cuxhaven Germany, Walter Hartman has invested
at Rigter Handelsonderneming.One is an orange peel grab with quick-change suspension and hoses type
Kinshofer P80VHD-2500 and a beautiful new re-handling clamshell buckets that also stood at the Bauma in Munich.
This is a Kinshofer C60VHD with the new low-maintenance pins and buses.

This allows the customer to transfer many tons of product several years in advance and hassle-free.
In addition, for the used machine, some piping and lamps have been adjusted on the boom and the boom has
been checked and, where necessary, reinforced.

 This makes Rigter Handelsonderneming more and more a one-stop shop, whether it concerns welding, special suspenions,
all kinds of grabs, piping and electricity / lamps etc. There is one address with almost all solutions in the heart of the Netherlands: Eemnes

Die Kinshofer Gruppe steht nicht nur für Qualität, sondern auch für Innovation. Nirgendwo wird das augenfälliger als am bauma-Stand von Kinshofer, der wegen der Hallenneubauten auf dem bauma-Gelände jetzt einen Block weiter ins Freigelände Mitte gerückt ist. Mit 128 Neuheiten trumpft Kinshofer am neuen, 1.485 m² großen Messestand auf und demonstriert dort eindrücklich Schaffenskraft und Größe. Thomas Friedrich, CEO der weltweit agierenden Kinshofer Firmengruppe, erklärt: „Unsere Entwickler haben seit der letzten bauma so viele neue Produkte realisiert, dass wir nicht wie letztes Mal 2016 die komplette Breite unserer riesigen Palette an Anbaugeräten zeigen, sondern diesmal anders fokussiert haben: An unserem neuen Stand zeigen wir 2019 ausschließlich Neues, Neuentwicklungen und neue Versionen von Anbaugeräten. Diese enorme Zahl an Neuheiten zeigt, wie sehr wir und unsere Tochterfirmen uns in den letzten Jahren angestrengt haben. Statistisch betrachtet betrifft das etwa jedes zehnte Produkt unseres Angebotes. Kinshofer beweist eindrucksvoll, dass auf dem Gebiet der Anbaugeräte noch längst nicht alles erfunden ist. Zusammen mit unseren Kunden entwickeln wir stets neue Ideen und Produkte und sind stolz darauf, die Ergebnisse auf der bauma zu zeigen.“