On 15th of April 1993 the time was coming and the production of the first suction excavator was started. Now we are celebrating 25 years of RSP GmbH. We proudly look at the past and the goals we have achieved. We thank our customers for the pleasant and trustful cooperation over the last 25 years and look forward to a successful future together.more
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RSP suction excavators are excellently suited for rapid use in the field of underground supply cables. They are established as a gentle excavation method for repair or cleaning work. Instead of arduous physical work with shovel and air hammer or the risky use of an excavator, the available soil is simply suctioned away with the suction excavator.
The use of suction excavators is more than 16 times more effective than conventional excavation methods and replaces the time and cost-intensive work done by hand in different sectors. Suction excavators are safe, very fast on site, ready for immediate use, operate in an environmentally harmless way, offer a high level of industrial safety, require little space and suck through small openings. They always leave behind a clean construction site and ensure that fewer machines and deployment of personnel are necessary. Instead of 3 workers, an excavator and a truck you only need one suction excavator & an operator.
Whether you are searching for an agile solution for town centres or a particularly large and powerful suction excavator for special excavations or industrial sector. In principle, the superstructure can be carried on all truck types.Go to our products.
RSP suction excavators are used efficiently where a high risk of damage prevents the use of hydraulic excavation technology or the environmental conditions do not allow this.Go to possible applications.
Have you already heard of it? Trenchless re-laying and replacement of supply lines in a small circular hole? And why do you need a suction excavator for this?Find out more.
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We are also there for you after delivery of the machine and provide you with a comprehen- sive service with the usually high quality.More on our service.
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In addition to a detailed induction in suction excavator technology when your machines are handed over, we also offer subject-related training courses and workshops given by the practitioner for the practitioner.Find a training course date.
To make our 2019 wall calendar a very unique thing, we would like providing us pictures of your RSP Suction Excavators in action to put together a collection showing your/our machines working all around the world. A planned construction site, an extraordinary emergency intervention or simply your attractive machine at an interesting and beautiful location – your submissions will be most appreciated.
As a businessman you are forced to carry out a cost-benefit analysis again and again. At the latest in the annual financial statement, you notice one figure in particular that usually remains hidden and then you ask yourself how did these costs occur and why is this so? When you take a closer look, it is often for costs for fuel, wear parts and the highest costs of all are those for personnel.
After 24 years of manufacturing Suction Excavators the 800th unit left our company today. It has been delivered to company Doms from Leverkusen. We are very proud and would like to thank our customers for their trust as well as our employees for their steady commitment.
Replacement of the sand blasting plant as well as structural measures connected with that. The project was co-financed by the Free State of Thuringia with funding from the European Union as part of the European Fund for Regional Development (EFRE).