The PTX40 service plow with an optional forward-mounted trencher and boring attachment was designed primarily for irrigation and utility installations. These types of jobs often require a machine that is narrow, maneuverable and fits in tight spaces.
Trimble has announced TILOS version 9.0 time and location planning software for highways, railways, pipelines, tunnels, water engineering, transmission line construction and other linear civil engineering projects. Trimble TILOS merges technical and schedule information into one dynamic plan, giving users more information than Gantt charts or network diagrams alone. The new version of TILOS offers better linear construction project visualization and improved integration with Primavera project management software and Trimble Business Center – HCE office software for heavy civil construction takeoff and data preparation.
Atlas Copco Construction Equipment Canada has appointed Rob Johnston to be Business Line Manager – Portable Energy Division, effective July 6, 2015, based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Johnston is currently Factory Product Manager for Atlas Copco Portable Energy located in Rock Hill, South Carolina.
According to the company, Johnston is returning to the Canadian construction equipment organisation from his current position as Factory Product Manager at Rock Hill, South Carolina, where he was responsible for the management of a large portfolio of Atlas Copco Portable Energy equipment. Prior to his time in Rock Hill, Rob was an integral member of the Atlas Copco Construction Equipment team in Canada where he held the position of Western Regional Sales Manager.
The KDI Power Unit range of engines developed by Kohler Engines for the power generation market is a ready-to-use, versatile, high-output solution for both end users and OEMs alike. The range was recently expanded with the addition of a new 3.4-litre model.
KDI Power Unit is a "plug & play" solution which represents an effective answer for generator manufacturers looking for a complete high-performance drive system which can be easily implemented in their product range, thanks to the availability of a package of standard components and accessories. Due to its seamless installation, the KDI Power Unit line boasts a compact size and a light weight.
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JLG Industries, Inc., a global manufacturer of aerial work platforms and telescopic material handlers, is introducing www.JLGUsed.com, a website where users can find, inspect and buy quality pre-owned construction equipment from JLG.
The website, which will initially support equipment sales in the U.S. and Canada, will feature a wide variety of brands and machine types, as well as exclusive JLG factory-reconditioned machines and JLG-certified pre-owned machines. Some machines will carry warranties of up to three years, depending on condition. Payment options include credit card, Automated Clearing House and financing. Users will even be able to arrange and pay for shipping their purchase.
The EC140E excavator from Volvo Construction Equipment boasts increased fuel efficiency, increased power and updated in-cab controls for extremely high levels of productivity, comfort and low total cost of ownership.
Equipped with a Tier 4 Final Volvo D4 engine, the new Volvo EC140E crawler excavator features a 5 percent increase in engine power and 10 percent improvement in fuel efficiency versus previous models, helping customers minimize their fuel cost, while delivering performance and reliability. The increase in engine power and pump flow ensures highly responsive operation and travel speeds, as well as faster cycle times and improved productivity. The hydraulics system, electronic control system and advanced ECO mode have been optimized to match engine power and reduce power losses. The redesigned main control valve and new software builds on the hydraulic control system, improving fuel efficiency and controllability.
Worksaver, Inc. has introduces the new Sweep Action Material Bucket (SAMB) for cleaning large properties and construction sites. The patent pending design allows the SAMB to collect demolition debris, brush or small rocks with one tool, offering time and cost savings. Two models are available, the SAMB-72 with an overall width of 72 inches and the SAMB-84 with an overall width of 84 inches.
The front grapple operates in a sweeping action to pull debris or brush into the unit for effortless site cleanup. The grapple design retains the debris, allowing operators to handle uneven size material without it falling out of the bucket. Bolt-on side plates can be removed to reveal cutouts to handle loads of varying sizes.
Liebherr has unveiled the LR 1500 with maximum load capacity of 500 tonnes at 2015 customer days. The completely newly developed crawler crane delivers the load capacities of the 500-tonne crawler crane class throughout its complete operating range, whilst upholding the dimensions and component weights, which have previously been standard in the 400-tonne class. With a transport weight of just 45 tonnes, it can be transported around the world without restrictions. The overall concept of the new crane is designed for simplicity in all areas and great economy.
Compact dimensions and low cost worldwide transport were the main criteria for the design of the new Liebherr LR 1500. Ultimately the company managed to develop a crawler crane which delivers the load capacities of a 500-tonne model over its entire working range whilst retaining the benefits of the compactness and transportability of 400-tonne class crawler cranes.
The new circular stroke inclined screen, the SK2462, is part of the new SK&SC range from Sandvik Construction. It will enable aggregate producers, quarries and other associated businesses, to accurately and efficiently screen material during the secondary or tertiary stage of the process. Able to effectively operate in both wet and dry operating conditions, the SK2462 screen efficiently deals with most applications providing customers with leading levels of versatility, performance and flexibility.
Sandvik Construction’s new range of SK&SC screens have been developed with the real requirements of aggregates producers, quarries and other associated industries at the heart of the design process. Purpose built in order to facilitate accurate and efficient screening during the secondary or tertiary stage, the range also provides market leading flexibility. Available in sizes ranging from 1.5 m to 3 m wide, 4 m to 8 m in length, and in 2, 3 or 4 deck versions, the screens possess a modular design enabling ease of installation and maintenance.
JCB has added a 9.9-ton zero tailswing compact excavator to its rapidly expanding compact excavator range. The 90Z-1 boasts a more powerful engine than the recently released 9.4-ton 86C-1, with a larger dig end and increased hydraulic capacity to further boost performance.
The 90Z-1 features a revised H-design undercarriage, robust steel body panels, a spacious operator environment and a powerful Tier 4 Final engine that delivers increased efficiency and lower ownership and operating costs for the customer. The machine is powered by a JCB by Kohler diesel engine delivering 74 hp (55 kW). This drives through Bosch Rexroth hydraulic valves, Nachi slew motors and track drives.