Prinoth to show tracked vehicles and vegetation management solutions at CONEXPO
Prinoth crawler and mulching carriers are ideal for land clearing, ground preparation, earthmoving, mat hauling, moving welding equipment, hydro-seeding, right-of-way maintenance and even hydro-vacuuming for pipe maintenance and inspection.
On show in Central Hall
Also on display in this booth will be attachments from the Vegetation Management product line. Prinoth will introduce its newest attachment, the M450h-1450, a hydraulic-driven mulcher for remote control carriers. Furthermore, the skid-steer loader attachment, M450s-1900, will be shown as well as the entire excavator attachments lineup including the stump grinder S700e.
On show in the Festival Grounds
New this year is a second booth for Prinoth in the Festival Grounds area showcasing Prinoth RentalSolutions by Multi Machine Inc. That booth will have on display the Panther T16 equipped with a dumpbox, the largest dump body unit by Prinoth, as well as the Panther T6 with a passenger cabin in the rear. Available for rental throughout the U.S. and Canada, Prinoth says its crawler carriers offer advantageous features while providing contractors with higher levels of productivity, better fuel consumption levels and outstanding reliability.
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