Scheuerle Fahrzeugfabrik GmbH

Otto-Rettenmaier-Str. 15, 74629 Pfedelbach
Telephone +49 7941 6910
Fax +49 7941 691400

This company is co-exhibitor of
Kamag Transporttechnik GmbH & Co. KG


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METEC 2015 hall map (Hall 4): stand C37

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METEC 2015 fairground map: Hall 4

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 13  Miscellaneous equipment for metallurgical plants and rolling mills
  • 13.01  Iron and steelwork vehicles

Iron and steelwork vehicles

  • 13  Miscellaneous equipment for metallurgical plants and rolling mills
  • 13.04  Transport and storage techniques

Transport and storage techniques

  • 14  Steel mills

Steel mills

Our products

Product category: Transport and storage techniques

SCHEUERLE InterCombi SPE - low, wide, strong

SCHEUERLE InterCombi SPE combination transporters are available with four or six axles. The energy for the hydrostatically driven and electronically controlled transporters is supplied by a power-pack unit. All sorts of driving manoeuvers can be carried out with the steering programmes All-wheel steering along and cross, Diagonal steering along and cross, Front-wheel and rear-wheel steering and Circle steering, with a single vehicle as well as in coupling mode. The InterCombi SPE of course can also be coupled with platform transporters from the InterCombi programme. Same height, same width, same couplings – the InterCombi SPE is the economic supplement in order to create self-propelled transporter units with the existing InterCombi vehicles. The required modifications on the existing InterCombi fleets can be carried out easily and fast. The InterCombi SPE comes with the new "STEPS.3-control technology" (SCHEUERLE-Transport Electronic Processor Systems 3rd Generation). This 3rd generation covers all further developments in the vehicle field and ensures compatibility with the previous modular transporter generations. With this, SCHEUERLE offers reliable control technology for the specific requirements in heavy-duty transportation, which synchronises all functions between the individual vehicle entities.

Three metres wide, to be lowered to 920 millimetres and with double tyres – these are the characteristics of the InterCombi SPE:

  • Low construction type, extremely high loads and very reliable
  • Wide wheel alignment for high stability
  • Axle compensation +350/-300 mm
  • Steering angle +/ - 140 degree
  • Control technology developed by the company, functional and reliable
  • Experience from the development, production and utilisation of more than 10,000 axles of driven modular vehicles

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Product category: Steel mills

Ladle Transporter

The transportation of ladles of molten steel places high demands on both man and machine.

SCHEUERLE's ladle transporters are eminently suited to this task. The safe handling of ladles weighing up to 400 tonnes is guaranteed to the utmost extent by the vehicle design.

The ladle is set down in the centre of the transporter on a low bed which can be hydraulically lowered to the ground for crane loading. The driver's cabin is protected at both ends by extensive safety features. Despite its size, the transporter can be manoeuvered simply and easily from the cabin. Thanks to its steered pendulum axles and hydraulic axle compensation, which compensate for uneven ground, every desired position can be attained.

This flexibility considerably increases the capabilities of the transporter as compared to conventional systems and renders it particularly cost-effective.

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About us

Company details

For 70 years now SCHEUERLE has continuously set new standards with its pioneering work in developing and producing heavy transport vehicles. Many of our developments, such as the SCHEUERLE pendulum axle, still form the basis of modern heavy goods transporters.

SCHEUERLE forms – together with its sister companies KAMAG Transporttechnik and Nicolas Industrie - the TII Group. TII Group is the global leader in developing and manufacturing top class heavy goods vehicles and is owned by multi-entrepreneur Senator E.h. Otto Rettenmaier, Heilbronn.

Rettenmaier took over SCHEUERLE in 1987 out of technical fascination. In 1994, he expanded his involvement in the heavy goods sector by purchasing NICOLAS and, in 2004, KAMAG.

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