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Dragages connects Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macao with help of the NICOLAS MHD G2 SPE

Dragages Connects Hong Kong, Zhuhai & Macao with NICOLAS

Dragages connects Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macao with help of the NICOLAS MHD G2 SPE

Part of the massive Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge project, the Hong Kong Link Road project involves the design and construction of a 9.4km-long viaduct section from the Hong Kong Boundary to Scenic Hill on the Airport Island, supporting dual three-lane carriageways over deep waters. The bridge is Hong Kong’s first with a pre-stress and precast pier structure. Dragages Hong Kong choose the NICOLAS MHD G2 SPE modules for transporting all pre-cast bridge elements.

“The NICOLAS MHD G2 SPE is in use around the world under the toughest conditions – salty air, dusty environments, poor undergrounds – and that’s for a good reason. With the second generation of this proven vehicle we provide the specifications the industry needs, no matter if we are talking about the impressive bending moment, a multitude of precise steering modes or the sturdiness and long-term reliability of the NICOLAS MHD G2” says Jannick Mathieu, Area Manager Sales at TII Sales.

The NICOLAS MHD G2 is available as 2-,3-,4-,5- and 6-axle module and can be equipped with a 215 or 410 HP Tier IV final PowerPack. Coupling sets make the combination with G1 vehicles easy. Mechanically steered vehicles can be coupled with electronically steered ones with special connection equipment. The MHD G2 is also successfully in use as automatically guided vehicle, thereby proving high degree of flexibility and versatility in its concept.

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