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Climbing operations continuing even in force-8 winds

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At Eemshaven in the Netherlands, an advanced anthracite-fired power station with a gross output of 1600 MW is being built in the space of just four years.

Impressions

  • At the Eemshaven power station in the Netherlands, the modular Xclimb 60 system is climbing up to a height of 64.40 m.
  • The 13.75 m tall Staxo 100 towers for shoring the cantilever slabs on the R2UET silo building are preassembled and dismantled on their sides.

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