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The atadoras of armours/armors DF16 of Wacker Neuson, more efficient
October 4, 2011
The atadora of armours/armors DF16 of Wacker Neuson substitutes the tenazas to tie bars of armours/armors and is she the one who places and tightens the wires to tie. Alexander Fischer, owner of the company of placing of steel, trusts entirely in the atadoras of armours/armors DF16 of Wacker Neuson, “in comparison to the work with the tenazas, twisting and cutting the wires, the work with the atadora of armours/armors DF16 is considerably more efficient”. His team attains to tie the double quantity of knots by hour since it began to tie with the DF16. Because of the ergonomic design of the team, his personnel can work of way considerably faster that with other methods, especially in the horizontal constructions like the ceilings or the losas, as it is the case of the professional school of assistance in Pfarrkirchen near of Munich, in which they are carrying finish the links DF16. His handle is extremely easy, since to tie the wires, the operario supports the DF16 in the bars of armour/armor and pushes it downwards with an alone hand.
To be tying on horizontal surfaces, the operator can work on anatomically correct, upright position. Stages of work fatigue as the crouch position, or rotating the hand movements are eliminated to twist the wire.