who makes tunneling machines for crossrail

KAMY is the worldwide leader in manufacturing hydraulic cutters, road headers, tunnel support systems, and other specialized machinery used in the tunneling, mining, and construction industries. Through KAMY’s years of experience and innovative thinking, we can provide custom engineered solutions for nearly any project requiring rock excavation or concrete demolition.

KAMY is the leading manufacturer of roadheaders in the weight class of 13-80 tons weight. Our roadheaders offer interchangeable cutter heads, both transverse and axial and are custom engraved for each project. Our hydraulic cutters are suitable for material with uniaxial compressive strength ranging from 500 to 25,000 pounds per square inch. All of our products can be utilized in a variety of applications from rock excavation, trenching, demolition and concrete, to underwater cutting, tunneling, and scaling.

Meet our giant tunnelling machines - Crossrail

Crossrail used eight tunnel boring machines (TBMs) to construct the new rail tunnels under London. The giant machines carefully weaved through the capital's congested sub-terrain, snaking between the existing Tube network, sewers, utilities, and London’s hidden rivers at depths of up to 40 metres.

Meet Crossrail's giant tunnelling machines - YouTube

Deep beneath the streets of East London, the project’s final two gargantuan tunnel boring machines (TBMs), Victoria and Elizabeth, are approaching their final destination.

BBC - Future - Crossrail: The monster tunnelling under ...

Crossrail workers operate a 150 meter long tunnel boring machine, creating an 8.3 km tunnel from the Limmo Peninsula to Farringdon, on April 24, 2013 in London. Oli Scarff/Getty Images

Tunnel boring machine - Wikipedia

Tunneling Machine; crossrail tunnelling machines; Tunneling Machine. Products. ... Major breakthrough for Crossrail as tunnelling machine enters Canary Wharf station.

Meet Crossrail's Giant Tunnelling Machines - YouTube

The team building Crossrail used tunnel boring machines (TBMs) to carve out the tunnels. Over the past three years, eight 150 metre-long TBMs (working in pairs) have dug 21km of tube routes.

Crossrail: Tunneling Beneath London - The Atlantic

Crossrail tunnelling began in May 2012 and ended at Farringdon in May 2015 with the arrival of tunnelling machine Victoria. For three years, eight 1,000 tonne tunnelling machines have bored 42km or 26 miles of new 6.2 metres diameter rail tunnels under London.

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Details about how the Crossrail TBMs will be named will be announced during the coming months. To construct the 21km of twin-bored tunnel required for Crossrail, at least seven tunnel boring machines will be required and will undertake ten individual tunnel drives to …

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