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In spring 2017: In-House-Exhibition at WILBERT factory in GER-Waldlaubersheim
Solar tower in solar power station Ouarzazate (Noor III), Morocco
For the construction of a solar tower WILBERT recently shipped a WT 2405L e.tronic to Morocco. The crane was climbed up to 222.0 m tower height
with only 4 connections to the tower and is able to lift up to 96.0 to with its 54.0 m jib. The solar power station has one of the highest solar radiation
in the world. A total of 4 complexes will be built here.
"Marieninsel/Skyscraper Marienturm", Frankfurt am Main / Germany
Within Frankfurts financial district a new 155.0 m office skyscraper is currently built by two WILBERT WT 325L e.tronic and
WT 335L e.tronic tower cranes. In their final stage they will both have a tower height of 167.0 m by only having 3 connections to the building.
The new tower system "T 100" developed by WILBERT comes into operation here in both cranes for the first time.
Construction of waste-fulled power stations in England and Ireland
Together with the general contractor, WILBERT has developed a crane concept for two waste-fulled power stations in Dublin (IRL) and Hartlebury (GB).
WILBERT WT 1905L e.tronic from the Heavy Lifter series come into operation to recover energy from waste of urban settlements. The luffing
jib cranes used at the jobsites are working with a maximum radius of 60.0m and a freestanding tower height of 60.0m as well and are able to
lift up to 64.0to.
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With or without a head, high or higher, luffing or trolley jib - our modern top-slewing tower cranes are ready for anything at all times.
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