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New Holland demoing landscaping and snow removal solutions at GIE+EXPO

The C245 is the most powerful and largest compact track loader offered by New Holland.
The C245 is the most powerful and largest compact track loader offered by New Holland.

New Holland will showcase a variety of light construction, landscaping and snow removal equipment at GIE+EXPO (Green Industry & Equipment Expo) October 16–18 in Louisville, Kentucky. Attendees can see the latest New Holland equipment in booth #1054 in the exhibition hall, or test drive it for themselves in the outdoor demo area (booth #7538D).

"New Holland Construction has a full line of solutions for snow removal, landscaping, hardscaping and general work site challenges," says Doran Herritt, brand marketing manager, construction equipment, New Holland. "Our full lineup of light construction equipment does more than just dig. With a full assortment of powerful, efficient attachments, a variety of jobs and applications are possible. In addition to jobsite performance, New Holland's FleetForce Telematics with real-time monitoring allows our customers to fully optimize their fleet."

Outdoor demo area

For attendees who want to get behind the wheel and test out equipment, New Holland's demo area will include the E60C compact excavator and the C245 and C232 compact track loaders. The E60C has the highest horsepower in its class, 9,190 pounds of breakout force and reduced tail swing for tight spaces. Operators will experience excellent all-around visibility and comfort. The compact excavator has standard separate one-way and two-way hydraulic circuits as well as an optional second auxiliary hydraulic circuit.

The C245 is the most powerful and largest compact track loader offered by New Holland. It offers superior visibility and an ergonomic control layout. The C245 features 9,188 pounds of bucket breakout force, 4,500 pounds rated operating capacity (ROC) at 50 percent tipping load and 34.4 inches of dump reach. The C232 features 7,360 pounds of bucket breakout force, 3,200 pounds ROC at 50 percent tipping load and 34.4 inches of dump reach.

The B95C features an outstanding loader bucket breakout force and narrow backhoe boom for increased visibility.

Solutions on display at the booth

Inside the exhibit hall, New Holland will display the W80C compact wheel loader, E37C compact excavator, L228 skid steer loader, B95C backhoe loader and C237 compact track loader with a cab. The W80C provides operators with exceptional versatility with high-flow auxiliary hydraulics and high-speed transmission. It has a low-profile frame, enabling it to maneuver in tight spaces. An open rollover protection structure (ROPS) unit is ideal for warmer climates and value-minded customers. The skid steer style coupler and auxiliary hydraulic connections enable quick attachment hookups to increase productivity on the jobsite.

The E37C features a four-way angle blade that can be angled left or right 25 degrees to allow for more efficient trench backfilling. Productivity is enhanced with standard and secondary auxiliary hydraulics, allowing operators to use a variety of attachments during the workday.

Featuring an ergonomic control layout and a Super Boom vertical lift design for superior lifting and reach, the L228 has 2,800 pounds ROC at 50 percent tipping load, and a dump reach of 32.3 inches. With 74 gross horsepower, the L228 has enough power for most applications and boasts an industry-leading view to the sides and rear of the machine for greater operator visibility.

The B95C features an outstanding loader bucket breakout force and narrow backhoe boom for increased visibility. The narrow backhoe boom increases visibility from the cab, and the inner slide extendable backhoe dipper provides 18 feet and 6 inches of digging depth without major loss of lift capacity.

The C237 features 3,700 pounds ROC at 50 percent tipping load, a long track base of 64.5 inches and strong bucket tip and outstanding lift breakout forces of 7,360 pounds and 6,111 pounds respectively.

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