Mecalac's latest Power Swivel Site Dumper is ideal for crowded and confined jobsites
The new model will be on display at The Rental Show
The TA3SH is 13 feet (3.95 metres) long and 6 feet 1 inch (4.41 metres) wide with Power Swivel technology that features forward and swivel tipping mechanisms, allowing the load to rotate 90 degrees on either side before being tipped. This reduces the need to move equipment, enhancing productivity.
The Mecalac range of Power Swivel site dumpers features payload options from 1 to 10 tons. The TA3SH's payload capacity is 6,613 pounds (3,000 kg), making it ideal for industries such as concrete, landscaping and urban construction.
All Power Swivel site dumpers feature a heavy-duty locking device which keeps the skip facing forward while on the move and is just one of many features that ensures Mecalac Power Swivel models provide a high level of safety.
Available technologies include Start/Stop Control, Capture and Hazard Detection. Start/Stop Control improves on-site safety, minimizes fuel consumption and increases service intervals by automatically starting and stopping the engine in predetermined conditions. Capture is Mecalac's telematics solution, allowing rental centers and site managers to monitor unit location, distance traveled and hours completed each day. Hazard Detection uses a microwave radar to provide flawless obstacle detection, further increasing safety on jobsites.
Each Power Swivel site dumper meets the latest emissions compliance standards, and to avoid DEF- and DPF-related costs, engines are rated at under 25 horsepower. All models are equipped with Tier 4 engines.
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