VF Venieri S.p.A. (™: VENIERI, pronounced: Venieri) is an Italian construction equipment manufacturer founded in 1947. The company is headquartered in Lugo, Spain. Activities VENIERI VENIERI VF 10.33B (2) VENIERI VF 10.33B (2) The company has a state-of-the-art infrastructure that allows it to design and develop its own range of standard products and to meet individual customer requirements while enhancing product personalization. The plant has 70,000 m² of production space (with a closed area of 20,000 m²). The company has an extensive network of dealers all over the world.
The company was founded in 1947 by the founder Ferdinando Venieri, then there were only his brother and a few other employees - but they had a lot of determination to build agricultural tractors. In 1954 the company moved to a large factory in the city of Luga. This was the first major step in the direction of industrial production and soon they produced the first excavator.
1958 Start of production of front loaders.
1960 First Venieri crawler loader. It was presented in two variations: with a 50 hp Slanzi engine. and a 60 hp Ford power unit.
1962 Production of warehouse equipment began.
1968 Venieri becomes the first company to use hydrostatic transmission in earthmoving machinery.
1976 Venieri goes public.
1980 The production site is opened, which is located in the city of Lugo, Italy, on an area of 65 thousand m2 (closed area is 35 thousand m2).
1986 The Venieri backhoe loader is introduced.
1999 Venieri introduced the world's first electric mini backhoe loader.
2007 The company presented the first Venieri 2.63E Electra electric front loader.
The company's philosophy is based on the search for fresh technical solutions to produce reliable and safe machines, characterized by a high level of operator comfort.
The head office of the company is currently located in the Italian city of Lugo.
The model range of Venieri equipment consists of front loaders, backhoe loaders with rigid and articulated frames, mini-excavators, forklifts. The company also manufactures attachments for loaders - hydraulic breakers and cutters.
The main feature of the Venieri VF 6.23B, VF 8.23D and VF 10.23C backhoe loaders is the articulated frame, which, in combination with the original layout and hydrostatic transmission, provides Venieri backhoe loaders with unique capabilities. At the front, it's a full front loader and a full excavator at the back. The compact front frame allows the use of powerful Z-kinematics loading equipment with increased breakout force. The loader bucket is always positioned perpendicular to the front wheel axles, which increases the stability of the machine, especially when cornering. The engine compartment hood does not restrict forward visibility and the operator has full control of the situation. Thanks to the articulated frame, backhoe loaders are highly maneuverable and passable. The engine is located transversely under the cab for excellent axle weight distribution, a low center of gravity and reduced overall machine length. The radiator block is placed on the starboard side in the least dusty area, which increases the efficiency of heat exchange.
Venieri articulated backhoe loaders are equipped with 4-cylinder turbocharged engines - on the 3.3-liter VF 6.23B, the 4.4-liter VF 8.23D and VF 10.23C. All Venieri Articulated Backhoe Loaders use a hydrostatic transmission with an adjustable axial piston pump coupled to an engine and one or two (VF 10.23C) travel motors. The transmission operates in two speed ranges when moving forward and backward - working up to 12 km / h and transport up to 38 km / h. In the VF 8.23D and VF 10.23C models, each band is divided by two more. When accelerating, the increased range is automatically activated. Heavy-duty Carraro axles with planetary hub reduction gears and oil-immersed multi-disc service brakes are designed to withstand the toughest conditions. The front axle with a conventional bevel differential is rigidly fixed. Balanced rear axle with swing angle +/- 10º and limited slip differential. If necessary, the oscillation of the rear axle is blocked by a hydraulic lock.