Track building

The Menzi Muck spider excavator also enables working next to the tracks because it can independently re-rail on an open section of track, for instance on steep railway embankments. The low centre of gravity and the low transport costs are thus only a part of the attractive price/performance ratio. Transformations from rail excavator to mobile walking excavators are also completed in a matter of minutes.

The Menzi M585 rail excavator was especially developed for track laying. Oncoming traffic will always be able to pass thanks to a low swivel radius of only 1.57 m. In this process, the 157 hp engine output develops vast levels of lifting force. This also means that attachments with high levels of power consumption, such as mulching units can be operated profitably.

The Menzi 45rd dumper rounds off the range of rail machines. With 102 hp the units provide a minimum of 30% more output than comparable dumpers. Hydrostatic traction is also more than suitable for railway operation.

Menzi Muck M545 in Luxembourg
Working on and off the track
2-way excavator with drill carriage and trailer
Menzi Muck M545 with carriage brake system
Menzi Muck M545 during re-railing
Work around the tracks
Menzi 45rd as railway dumper

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