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Additional information on our services and projects is available in the form of newspaper articles and videos. We also provide downloads of relevant certificates, certifications, etc.

On this page we compiled some useful materials for you. View our certificates and certifications or download our General Terms and Conditions (GTC) for reference.

Newspaper articles and videos provide you with additional information about our services and insights into our company.

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General Terms and Conditions (GTC)

Below you will find the General Terms and Conditions (GTC) of MB Spezialabbruch for download as a PDF file.

General Terms and Conditions (GTC)

Last updated: 8/2019

Certificates

Our quality management and SHE system are certified by ÖHMI EuroCert GmbH. You can download the certificates as PDF files below.

Certificate: DIN EN ISO 9001

Quality management for demolition and construction waste recycling

Certificate: SCC

SHE Management system for demolition and construction waste recycling

Certificate: EfbV-Certification

Waste management company

We create new space for you.

 

Press

Here you will find some newspaper articles and articles from magazines on MB Spezialabbruch for downloading or online view.

“More safety tranks to hydraulically self-climbing scaffolding system”

BauPortal 1/2021


Protective measures against falling during the renovation and dismantling of tower-like structures, such as chimneys

„Tailor made demolition equipment for extra delicate projects“

PDi Magazine, Issue 5, September/October 2019


Some projects require customized equipment for highly individual demands.

“It’s gone: The cooling tower is now rubble and dust”

Rhein-Zeitung, Edition B, dated 8/10/2019, page 17


Article by Damian Morcinek

With kind permission of the Rhein-Zeitung newspaper

Demolition of the NPP cooling tower

STADTJournal Mülheim-Kärlich, Issue 11/2018


Safety is the top priority: At an evening information session on cooling tower demolition, the processes involved in dismantling were explained.

Concrete production from recycled materials

Steinbruch & Sandgrube, Issue 04/2018


MB Spezialabbruch successfully worked on a project for the mobile production of recycled aggregates for concrete production.

Cooling tower demolition: Project is picking up speed

Rhein-Zeitung, Issue 8/16/2017


Sea containers will be used to erect a protective wall to contain falling debris in the collection basin.

DriveBreaker

bauMagazin, Issue 4/2010


The DriveBreaker is a special demolition device developed by our company. It allows the spiral dismantling of industrial chimneys with diameters ranging from 4 to 20 meters.

Videos

See our employees and machines in action and learn more about our work in general and about the challenges of some projects in particular. The videos are available as direct streams and downloads.

Jena CHP 2019

Chimney dismantling

Jena combined heat and power plant, Winzerla


Machine-based dismantling of 225 m reinforced concrete chimney using DriveBreaker and Spider Excavator.

Cooling tower collapse, montage

Mülheim-Kärlich NPP


The cooling tower of the decommissioned nuclear power plant shaped the image of the area for decades. Now it is a thing of the past.

Mülheim-Kärlich​ NPP 2019

Cooling tower collapse, montage

Mülheim-Kärlich nuclear power plant


The cooling tower of the decommissioned nuclear power plant shaped the image of the area for decades. Now it is a thing of the past.

Cooling tower collapse, exterior view

Mülheim-Kärlich nuclear power plant


16 supports of the cooling tower were removed via remote-controlled excavator before the tower collapsed.

Cooling tower collapse, interior view

Mülheim-Kärlich nuclear power plant


The controlled collapse of the cooling tower marked the spectacular end of the dismantling process.

Cooling tower dismantling

Mülheim-Kärlich nuclear power plant


Scenes of the demolition work on the cooling tower of the nuclear power plant from the beginning to its final collapse.

Cooling tower collapse, montage

Mülheim-Kärlich nuclear power plant


The cooling tower of the decommissioned nuclear power plant shaped the image of the area for decades. Now it is a thing of the past.

Cooling tower collapse, exterior view

Mülheim-Kärlich nuclear power plant


16 supports of the cooling tower were removed via remote-controlled excavator before the tower collapsed.

Cooling tower collapse, interior view

Mülheim-Kärlich nuclear power plant


The controlled collapse of the cooling tower marked the spectacular end of the dismantling process.

Cooling tower dismantling

Mülheim-Kärlich nuclear power plant


Scenes of the demolition work on the cooling tower of the nuclear power plant from the beginning to its final collapse.

Lubmin NPP, Plant IV 2017-2018

Dismantling of North IV ventilation stack

Lubmin nuclear power plant


Chimney 4 of the nuclear power plant was “shortened” piece by piece using sawing technology. The individual sections were transported down by crane, where they were disassembled into their basic components.

(Video: EWN GmbH/Roland Kaschade, 2017)
Dismantling of Plant IV

Lubmin nuclear power plant


A track system for two cranes was erected for the dismantling of the device building superstructure. With the help of this construction, among other things, the ceiling and wall panels of the plant were dismantled.

(Video: EWN GmbH/Roland Kaschade, 2017)
Dismantling of Plant IV

Lubmin nuclear power plant


With the help of two crane trucks, the plant’s overhead cranes were removed and then processed at recycling facilities. The fan attachment and the remaining chimney landing were also dismantled.

(Video: EWN GmbH/Roland Kaschade, 2017)
Dismantling & Recycling of Plant IV

Lubmin nuclear power plant


Roof slabs and trusses as well as wall slabs of the device building 8 were dismantled. 5,500 tons of certified recycled material were obtained by recycling scrap steel and concrete.

(Video: EWN GmbH/Roland Kaschade, 2018)
Dismantling of North IV ventilation stack

Lubmin nuclear power plant


After decontamination of chimney 2, it is removed piece by piece using wire saw technology. A total of 1,071 m³ of concrete and 6 tons of carbon steel were recycled.

(Video: EWN GmbH/Roland Kaschade, 2019)
Dismantling of North IV ventilation stack

Lubmin nuclear power plant


Chimney 4 of the nuclear power plant was “shortened” piece by piece using sawing technology. The individual sections were transported down by crane, where they were disassembled into their basic components.

(Video: EWN GmbH/Roland Kaschade, 2017)
Dismantling of Plant IV

Lubmin nuclear power plant


A track system for two cranes was erected for the dismantling of the device building superstructure. With the help of this construction, among other things, the ceiling and wall panels of the plant were dismantled.

(Video: EWN GmbH/Roland Kaschade, 2017)
Dismantling of Plant IV

Lubmin nuclear power plant


With the help of two crane trucks, the plant’s overhead cranes were removed and then processed at recycling facilities. The fan attachment and the remaining chimney landing were also dismantled.

(Video: EWN GmbH/Roland Kaschade, 2017)
Dismantling & Recycling of Plant IV

Lubmin nuclear power plant


Roof slabs and trusses as well as wall slabs of the device building 8 were dismantled. 5,500 tons of certified recycled material were obtained by recycling scrap steel and concrete.

(Video: EWN GmbH/Roland Kaschade, 2018)
Dismantling of North IV ventilation stack

Lubmin nuclear power plant


After decontamination of chimney 2, it is removed piece by piece using wire saw technology. A total of 1,071 m³ of concrete and 6 tons of carbon steel were recycled.

(Video: EWN GmbH/Roland Kaschade, 2019)
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