​Soilmec’s SR-35 Evo

By Mike HayesMay 19, 2020

Soilmec sr35_2_(8ce)

The latest piling rig from Soilmec – the SR-35 Evo – promises to combine power and ease of use with some of the latest technology in the construction arena.

The base machine has a compact geometry allows for rapid shifting from transport to a working configuration, and it can be moved without detaching the Kelly bar, reducing setup time.

The SR-35 Evo is equipped with a Cummins Stage V engine which, according to Soilmec, promises 12% more power than the SR-30, with 5% lower fuel consumption.

In terms of connectivity and accessibility, the rig has a DMS 4.0 system, based on Internet of Things technology, enabling some of Soilmec’s most advanced automatic functions, including Autodrilling, Autorotary, mast assisted lifting and automatic return to the hole centre.

MORE ARTICLES FROM CONEXPO-CON/AGG 365 NEWS
Four U.S. tower crane companies make the world’s top 25
Annual global ranking reflects growth in the crane sector and a general confidence in the construction market, despite unprecedented economic challenges
Komatsu’s newest small-size excavator is built for versatility in tight spaces
The PC78US-11 allows operators to quickly switch attachments with automatic adjustment of flow and pressure at the touch of a button 
Metallica, Carhartt team up for skilled trade worker recruitment
Harkening back to the metal band’s formation, the Labor Day employment drive was focused on combating the U.S. labor shortage in construction