KAMY offers unmatched quality, value, and innovation in our rock and concrete cutting products. Our expertise in engineering and our quality, US manufactured tunneling, mining and construction equipment is unparalleled to others in the industry.
KAMY is the leading manufacturer of roadheaders in the weight class of 13-100 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.
Technology led the establishment of the quality assurance after-sales service, improve the management system.
Production license of the product ensure that the license number, approval date and expiration date.
Product packaging in line with national regulations, due to packaging damage caused by the products borne.
Any difficulties encountered by customers, we will do our best in the first time to provide perfect service.
Alaskan Way Viaduct - Jan. 18 #Realign99 update: Almost
Crews continue to make good progress at the north and south portals, installing barriers, striping lanes and pouring concrete at the ramps that will connect the existing highway to the new tunnel. You can watch the portals take shape on our construction cLearn More
Heavy equipment for sale | Used construction equipment
ITO - used heavy equipment for sale, internationally shipped. Construction equipment in good condition, like dumpers, excavators or dozers ... Heavy equipment and construction machinery for sale Heavy equipment for sale ...Learn More
SR-99 tunnel opening is also a chance to say goodbye to
Thursday, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) announced a weekend full of celebrations around the opening of the State Route 99 tunnel and closing of the Alaskan Way Viaduct ...Learn More
Find a Program . TV | OPB
Thanks to our Sponsors. become a sponsor. About; FAQs; Employment; Volunteering; Internships; Producing for OPBLearn More
SR 99 (@BerthaDigsSR99) | Twitter
The latest Tweets from SR 99 (@BerthaDigsSR99). Bertha completed her dig and now we’re completing the work to replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct. WSDOT feed for construction and demolition updates.Learn More
New photos capture massive scale of Seattle tunnel - GeekWire
A worker is visible inside the SR 99 tunnel is this view looking south from the back end of the tunneling machine Bertha. (WSDOT via flickr) The slow crawl of Bertha, the tunneling machine making its way below Seattle’s Alaskan Way Viaduct, hasn’t been wiLearn More
Demolition of Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct delayed due to
The underside of the Alaskan Way Viaduct is seen on January 9, 2019, just days before the elevated highway is set to close permanently ahead of the opening of the new state Route 99 tunnel. 8/8 SLIDESLearn More
alaskan way tunnel update - mini roadheader for mining
Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement tunnel - Official Site A year in tunnel progress. Since Bertha placed the last tunnel ring, crews have made great progress on the structures and systems inside. The roadways and walls inside the ...Learn More
alaskan way tunnel update | Best Mini Excavator, Best
The Alaskan Way Viaduct is an elevated highway in Seattle, Washington built in three phases from 1949 through 1953 and opened on April 4, 1953. It features a double-decked elevated section of State Route 99 that runs along the Elliott Bay waterfront in thLearn More
Article expired | The Japan Times
News on Japan, Business News, Opinion, Sports, Entertainment and MoreLearn More