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Henk van Oostrum of Aannemersbedrijf H. Van Oostrum and Willem Dorrestein of WD Techniek, both from Eemnes, cut a launch installation into scrap using a rented Kinshofer KSC11 scrap shear.

The steel rocket launching installation had been at a customer in Amsterdam for some time and since it must be completely destroyed, Henk van Oostrum and Willem Dorrestein were asked to cut it into scrap.

Neither of them have scrap shears, so she called Rigter Handelsonderneming, who always have some available for sale and rental.

In consultation with Kees Rigter, a Kinshofer KSC11 scrap shear was chosen to get the job done.

With a weight of 1100 kg and a cutting force of 3800Kn, the Kinshofer KSC11 is the perfect shear for the Atlas of Henk van Oostrum.

The scrapshear had no trouble at all with the steel construction and according to the men 'the job was done in no time' and ‘thanks to Rigter Handelsonderneming and the large rental fleet, you always know that you have the right equipment to get the job done' .

Rigter Handelsonderneming always has several pieces of equipment in the rental fleet that are ready to be deployed 24/7. In addition to scrap shears, there are always crushers, orange peel grabs, Re-Handling Clamshell Buckets, sorting grabs and many other equipment available. Thanks to the professional workshop with a large warehouse, everything can be supplied with the correct suspension, hoses and couplings and they also provide service for all brands and types of equipment.


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