Fliegl Fahrzeugbau GmbH

Above all sloping land, low buildings, tunnels, underground operations and in particular sticky and damp materials as well as heavy goods loads all cause problems with dumping. Fliegl solves these problems with the newly designed heavy goods push-off superstructures “Fliegl ASW Stone Lkw” and “Fliegl ASW Stone Dumper”. Depending on the chassis these are available in 11.5 m³ to 24 m³ volumes. The push-off superstructures are made of long-life Hardox steel troughs, which have been especially designed for heavy loads. The troughs for the bodies on the dumpers have been particularly strengthened, as they have the highest loads on construction sites, quarries and in demolition work.

Open air F8, Stand N824/5, www.fliegl.com

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