On the construction of the Kerch bridge “lit up” Finnish equipment

Video On the construction of the Kerch bridge “lit up” Finnish equipment

Hydraulic hammer made in Finland invaders used to piling


On the construction of the Kerch bridge, which is conducted by Russia against all international norms, fixed equipment, manufactured by JUNTTAN of Finland. Information about how to use hammer of the Finnish company JUNTTAN clogged piles under illegal construction, published on the website of PSB-news.

The video was recorded that the production of JUNTTAN hydraulic hammer in the process in the Kerch Strait uses firm KTF “Mostootryad-125”, the branch of PJSC MOSTOTREST.

According to the authors, involved in the construction of the power plant 30CCU Junttan Powerpack is the most powerful in the lineup of the company.

“In the photo looks brand new, without a trace long operation. Technical specification-manufacturer (uploaded on the website in November 2015) allows the unambiguous identification of the unit location of technological hatches and lifting shackles, which each model its own”, – stated in the message.

On the website of the Finnish manufacturer JUNTTAN OY is the Russian version, which tells about the operational support of equipment, maintenance and staff training.

In Russia the official representative of the Finnish company, group of companies “Paulians”, including offering to rent a vibratory hammer.

In open source it is easy to find information about the supply of equipment for the illegal construction of a bridge across the Kerch Strait in December 2016, it was carried out by Crimean leasing company “Ginising” (General Director Vitaly Kosenko).

Experts of the site suggest that the company created to bypass the sanctions restrictions which are imposed on the aggressor nation because of the occupation of Crimea and aggression in Eastern Ukraine. Leasing company appeared in September 2014 and immediately “behind” one of the leaders of the Russian market.

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