Another Atlas 180Wsr Railroad Machine for SweJo

SweJo B.V. from Heers (Belgium) has once again received an Atlas 180Wsr railroad machine, this time through De Bruycker-Kemp. This fully equipped Atlas 180Wsr was assembled and delivered in collaboration with the Dutch sister company, Van Tetering Groundworks and Railroad Machines B.V. from Steenbergen. We wish SweJo B.V. much enjoyment with this seventh(!) railroad machine.

The Atlas 180Wsr has a motor power of 157 hp and complies with emission standard Stage V. Thanks to the reduced engine speed (maximum 1,800 rpm), the railroad crane has favorable fuel consumption. This rail crane comes standard with a double cabin, central lubrication, proportional control, and a compressor installation. For optimal safety and excellent all-around visibility, the machine is equipped with additional LED work lights, a side and rearview camera.

The highly equipped railroad crane has been carefully assembled and delivered by the specialists at Van Tetering. This includes features like two support legs, toolboxes, extra counterweight, hydraulic quick coupler, hose rupture protection, and an air gun in the cabin.

These are just a few of the many modifications carried out by Van Tetering. This expertise is valued by end-users, and that's why we maintain long and intensive relationships with many customers working in and around the railway sector. For more information about Atlas railroad machines, rail attachments, and rail carts, please feel free to contact us.