Neal Manufacturing updates full line to Tier 4 Final compliance
Updates also apply to the DA 350 Dual Sealcoat Applicator and High-Volume Road Maintenance Vehicle.
Neal Manufacturing has announced that all their machines are Tier 4 Final compliant, including the DA 350 Dual Sealcoat Applicator and High-Volume Road Maintenance Vehicle.
The DA 350 offers a 100 gpm hydraulic piston pump, for a robust, versatile application vehicle capable of handling pavement preservation products with heavy aggregate loads. The three-wheeled self-propelled sealcoating machine features a built-in, high-powered blower and AutoTrim, an automatic cutting-in attachment, allowing contractors seven times the productivity on prep work along curb-and-gutter streets. A 35-hp Yanmar Water Cooled Diesel Tier 4 final engine powers the DA 350.
Meanwhile, the High-Volume Road Maintenance Vehicle features Neal Manufacturing's Generation IV pump that delivers infinitely variable outputs from 0–150 gpm, even with larger aggregates mixes. The Road Maintenance Vehicle is available with a Yanmar 3TNV88C, 35-hp Tier 4 Final engine. Individually or in combination with the DA 350 as part of Neal Manufacturing's Asphalt Road Preservation Package, the High-Volume Road Maintenance Vehicle features innovative, productivity enhancing options for lasting sealcoat applications.
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