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May Gurney

Foundation contractor May Gurney has taken delivery of another Woltman 4019-D piling rig. This is the firm's seventh new rig in four years as part of its fleet expansion programme. The modified machine weighs just under 50t but has a massive 453HP Scania engine to comfortably power the 15tm torque rotary table. It can form up to 900mm diameter, 23m deep piles. Front and rear outriggers make the rig incredibly stable and ensure that the machine has a full 360infinity. A unique onepiece folding mast with spotting capability means very low downtime, whether moving between sites or pile positions.

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