Lödige Industries delivered a 25 t lifting and tilting table for BMW AG

Lödige Fördertechnik GmbH delivered a lifting and tilting table for BMW in Regensburg / It facilitates the maintenance of a pressing tool weighing several tons and offers the employees more safety and ergonomics at the workplace
BMW AG, Hubneigetisch (Lödige Industries) mit aufgespanntem Werkzeugunterteil | BMW AG, Lifting and tilting table (Loedige Industries) with an open tool part (PresseBox) (Warburg, ) The pressing tools up to 25 t are lifted with the crane onto the 5 m x 2.5 m large table. They are then locked with locking pins on the platform and secured with
T-slots screws. In order to edit pressing tools the lifting and tilting table can be up to 70 ° inclined and working height can be changed up to 900 mm.

The hole pattern and the T-slots grids on the platform were engineered specifically for BMW in order to ensure that all different modules of pressing tools can befitted. The lifting table has an own weight of 20 tons and can be driven over with an axle load of 10 tons when collapsed.

Two identical lifting and tilting tables from Lödige Industries Group are used since 2006 in BMW plant in Dingolfing, Germany.

About BMW plant in Regensburg:

Location: Regensburg/Wackersdorf
Martina Griesshammer, Head of Plant Communication
Telefon: +49 941 770-2014, Fax: +49 941 770-3550
Internet: www.bmw-werk-regensburg.de

BMW plant in Regensburg in figures:
BMW 1 Series (5-door), BMW 1 Series (3-door)
BMW 3 Series Limousine, Cabrio incl. BMW M3

Employees - around 9.000 (up to 300 trainees)
Daily production - around 1.100 cars
Yearly production - 295.417 cars (2013)
Total investment around 4 billion Euro (since 1986)


Lödige Industries GmbH
Wilhelm-Lödige-Str. 1
D-34414 Warburg
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