Demolition Shears GDR - Simply The Perfect Demolition Machine
A perfect synthesis of performance and cost-effectiveness. With a GENESIS GDR demolition recycler, you can transform even small excavators into high-performance power packages for all applications from demolition to concrete breaking. The GDR’s features include a huge jaw opening and unprecedented power to weight ratio.
The position and number of blades and pulverizing teeth can be configured to your requirements. For you this means maximum power, maximum flexibility and high cost-effectiveness.
You can be sure that in the tough reality of everyday work, a GDR keeps the promise that we make to you today: capability you can rely on. We call it:
THE PROMISE OF PERFORMANCE.
The Sum of Impressive Features.
1. Main pivot: Extra strong, heavy-duty pivot design The main pivot is protected by the superstructure frame.
2. Upper plate: Extended upper plate aids in positioning concrete for processing.
3. Pulverizing teeth and cutting blades: Bolted on and easy to replace. Four cutting blades are four-times usable with four cutting edges per blade – to minimize maintenance costs!
4. Upper plate: Extended upper plate aids in positioning concrete for processing.
5. Chin: Extended chin aids in positioning concrete for processing.
6. Material quality: The use of Hardox and Weldox steel offers maximum stability and resistance to wear over the entire body while enabling a large cutting force - with a low weight!
7. Regeneration valve: For shorter cutting cycles. Developed by GENESIS for more cutting performance per hour. Combination of large-bore cylinder and regeneration valve eliminates need for intensifier and complex hydraulic system!
8. Slewing ring: For maximum flexibility. Oversized slewing ring rotates continuously through 360° to ensure optimum force distribution.
9. Body: Tight tolerances between the cylinder, the body and the upper jaw minimize the risk of debris damaging internal components.
10. Cylinder: Optimized cylinder mounting ensures that cylinder rod always stays inside the shear body.
Dates & Events
15 - 21 April 2013, Munich
27-29 May 2013, Shanghai