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26.06.2012 Gotthard Base Tunnel, Junction Erstfeld

The Gotthard Base Tunnel with a length of 57 km is regarded as the currently longest railway tunnel in the world. Far below the mountain peaks of[read more]


18.05.2012 Vibrating table to clean submerged trickling filters

Mooser-Schwingungstechnik has produced a special vibrating table for the spoil area SARA in Hamburg, in order to clean trickling filters from rests of mud and sludge. The trickling filter segments are mounted directly onto a...[read more]


22.05.2012 Concrete Compaction at Finnetunnel Construction

At the new tunnel constructions of the railway high speed line between Erfurt and Leipzig, so called "Sonic Boom" constructions were built, amongst them at Finnetunnel. Sonic Boom constructions are specially designed...[read more]


14.06.2012 Our new website has been launched

The new website has been launched.  The navigational concept and the design have undergone a complete overhaul, so that those who visit our website can retrieve respective information quickly. In addition, we have created a...[read more]


27.07.2012 Concrete compaction at commercial building J. Pschorr-House in Munich

Presently at the biggest construction site in the Munich pedestrian zone, Mooser formwork vibrators are being used for concrete compaction of single-face walls, built with a cut-and-cover construction method. The support of...[read more]


09.10.2012 Formwork vibrators for airport tunnel construction Rio Hato/Panama

Rio Hato Airport was a former military denfence base - now it turns into an international airport for tourism.

Construction of the infrastructure for...[read more]