Atlas Copco Construction Equipment3700 E 68th Ave
Commerce City, CO
- Website: www.atlascopco.us
Atlas Copco Construction has recently appointed Scott Carnell as president of its U.S. division. Carnell replaces Erik Sparby who has accepted the role of general manager, Customer Center CR Greater China. Carnell will lead the company in growing each of its product lines, including construction tools, portable energy and road construction equipment, within the contractor, dealer and rental industries across North America.
Atlas Copco’s LF forward plate compactors excel in soil compacting and asphalt patching applications due to productivity-enhancing features. Integrated water distribution systems and vibration-reduction handles help operators achieve maximum efficiency, while the lightweight bodies contribute to high maneuverability.
The HB 10000 from Atlas Copco has replaced the company’s HB 7000 as the world's largest mass production hydraulic breaker and is already an international bestseller. Now the leading supplier of industrial productivity solutions is celebrating its first sales of the breaker in Germany. The company Mendiger Basalt has been using an HB 10000 for gravel extraction since January 2016 – and thanks to its high levels of efficiency and performance – now considers it to be a commercial alternative to blasting.
Atlas Copco’s Dynapac CP1200 pneumatic tired roller enhances efficiency, serviceability, safety and operator comfort while achieving optimal compaction results. The roller’s flexible steel ballast is distributed evenly between tires for consistent ground pressure between the front and rear tires. This also allows the weight to be easily adjusted for optimal performance in any application – from finishing to sealing.
Atlas Copco’s new Tier 4 Final compact CA1400 soil roller offers two speeds and amplitudes for added versatility on a variety of applications, including pipe trenches, roads, streets, steep slopes and parking lots. The roller’s cross-mounted engine allows technicians to easily access all necessary components, minimizing downtime. Its ease of service, high versatility, and optimal gradeability contribute to a fast return on investment for rental centres.
Atlas Copco launched new versions of its Cobra PROe and Cobra TTe gas-powered handheld breakers. The breakers are available with two tool shank sizes, which allow rental centres to achieve high utilization rates and ROI by offering customers versatile equipment. The breakers also have high power-to-weight ratios and optimize operator comfort, which enhances productivity on a variety of jobs, including those in remote locations or confined spaces.
Atlas Copco’s new BG245 and BG375 walk-behind trowels excel at finishing concrete in limited-access worksites and close to walls due to their compact bodies and light weight. The upgraded trowels feature an adjustable handle to enhance versatility, a maintenance stand to make servicing easy and a centrifugal clutch for safe operations.