October 24 - 30, 2022
After 3.5 challenging years, bauma 2022 has proven to be the heartbeat of the industry and a success for Comacchio.
The new MC 14 marks a further expansion of Comacchio’s range of solutions for geotechnical engineering projects.
The CH 320 is the latest addition to the Comacchio range of piling machines, the first in the 30 ton weight category featuring a winch pull-down system.
The new MC 20 A is a compact and powerful drilling rig, equipped with an innovative rods and coatings carousel, designed with a focus on demanding shoring projects using double head drilling techniques.
History and Structural Features: after many years of temporary repair, the decision was made to fully restore the wooden Ponte degli Alpini bridge in the Veneto region of Italy. The complex piling work needed as part of the project was carried out with the use of a Comacchio MC 22.
Beyond the Wall of Ground: the Comacchio CH 450 proved up to the task of constructing 6500 m of CFA piles with 1000 mm diameter (in Italian only).
Going deep in Sweden: Comacchio's GEO 900 was used for drilling 1000 m deep geophone wells for a deep geothermal energy project in Sweden.
During Conexpo in Las Vegas Comacchio presented new capabilities of its CH 450 rig.
Comacchio's industry advancing exploration rig: Comacchio's expoloration rigs are setting new standards in the mining industry in terms of safety and operational efficiency.
Shepard Piling sails into the Marine Piling Sector: a Comacchio CH 650 has been selected for the riverside development of Craven Cottage, one of the oldest grounds in England.
Repairing Flying Cloud Drive: Comacchio double head drill rigs were used for slope stabilization in road expansion project in Minnesota.
July - August 2019
Taking control - remotely: the new ComNect remote fleet management tool provides real time information on Comacchio rigs.
January - February 2019
Italian Excellence in the Heart of Paris: the Comacchio MC 5 D proved to be the ideal solution for the construction of large diameter wells in limited access and low headroom conditions (in Italian only).
Grouting Solutions for Urban Transport Problems: in the capital of Ecuador Comacchio rigs are being used for the construction of the highest metro system in the world.
Going large leades to success: in recent years Comacchio has focused on the development of large diameter piling rigs and as a direct result has seen both production and turnover increase significantly.
With the new MC 4, the range of Comacchio rigs for vertical applications has been expanded with its most compact unit.
The MC 10 is the latest addition to the Comacchio line-up of drill rigs for vertical applications, a 10t class rig featuring an 8000 daN mast with simplified articulation. The machine can be supplied with alternative rotary heads for open hole rotary and rotary-percussive drilling methods. Thanks to the modular mast construction the rig can be operated both in low-headroom and in open-site conditions.
Developments in Italy: On October 12-13, the Comacchio headquarters in Italy became the meeting point for global players in the drilling industry.
Comacchio’s CH 650 gets to work: after its debut at Conexpo/Con-Agg 2017 the new Comacchio piling rig CH 650 has been successfully implemented on a power line extension project in Texas, US.
Not just drill rigs: Comacchio Srl supports "Casa Gialla", a project aimed to improve the social integration of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in collaboration with "I Bambini delle Fate" Foundation (in Italian only).
Comacchio Srl supports F.a.r.c.e.l.a., a non-profit organization that works at local level providing a variety of goal-directed programs for disabled children (in Italian only).
ESG invests in Comacchio rigs: two Comacchio GEO Line rigs to tackle high-profile British construction projects including the Thames Tideway Tunnel scheme.
Comacchio at Conexpo: two new rig models and much more on display - the equipment show in Las Vegas proved to be a great success for Comacchio (in Italian only).
Small but Mighty: the Comacchio MC 6 F is the first model of a new product line designed for mini-piling with solid stem and CFA augers.
The Keys to Success in Waikiki: Comacchio MC22s and MC28s were used for the construction of foundations at the International Market Place in Waikiki Beach, Honolulu. The Deep Foundations Institute (DFI) has selected this project as the DFI 2016 Outstanding Project Award winner.
September / October 2016
Innovative by Tradition: an article in the Italian Drilling and Special Foundations Magazine (PF) devoted to the history of Comacchio on the occasion of its 30th anniversary. (in Italian only)
July / September 2016
Comacchio is proud to partner with the Umberto Veronesi Foundation, a non-profit organization promoting the most creative, original and ethically-aware aspects of scientific progress.
Operators’ safety and the new European standard EN 16228 were the focus of attention at the recent Intermat show in Paris. Always involved in health and safety issues, Comacchio gave evidence, thanks to the synergy with the historic French dealer Eurofor, of its commitment to providing concrete solutions to the industry’s latest safety challenges.
Comacchio was in the spotlight at the International Foundations Congress and Equipment Expo (IFCEE 2015). The show, that was held in San Antionio, Texas, from March 17 to 21, is one of the major events dedicated to foundation equipment in North America. In collaboration with our US dealers Hammer & Steel and ICE Inc., Comacchio showcased as much as 4 drill rig models for different applications.
Comacchio played a leading role at the recent GeoTHERM show in Offenburg. The event is considered to be the leading European event for geothermal energy. Its opening ceremony saw Comacchio’s endorsed nomination for the European Geothermal Innovation Award 2015, an initiative from the European Geothermal Energy Council (EGEC) in collaboration with Messe Offenburg.
The Angostura hydroelectric power plant, which began operations earlier this year, represented a major power project for Chile and offered plenty of construction challenges.