Wacker Neuson is introducing the first battery-powered single direction vibratory plates offering zero-emissions compaction. The AP1850e and AP1840e series offer a new solution for contractors and rental centres looking for a cordless, emissions-free plate compactor for a variety of applications. These plates are ideally suited for use in new commercial interior or indoor renovation projects, poorly ventilated areas such as trenches and tunnels and projects with strict emission and noise guidelines, as well as traditional soil and asphalt compaction applications.
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About Wacker Neuson
Wacker Neuson – all it takes! Wacker Neuson offers customers worldwide the promise of a comprehensive range of construction and compact equipment, spare parts, and related services. This includes internal and external vibrators for concrete compaction; trowels and screeds for concrete finishing; rammers, vibratory plates and rollers for soil compaction; demolition products and saws; lighting; generators; pumps; and heaters; as well as compact construction equipment, including excavators, wheel loaders, telehandlers, skid steer and compact track loaders, and dumpers. Wacker Neuson has earned its leading market position through an unwavering commitment to customers, as well as the reliability, performance, and innovation of its products. With corporate sales and service organizations in more than 35 countries, nine plants around the world, and an extensive dealer network, Wacker Neuson has a broad global presence in the construction, agriculture, landscaping, oil and gas, and municipal industries. In addition, Wacker Neuson provides solutions and services, such as financing, that meet the diverse requirements of its customers
Wacker Neuson is introducing a new line of mini track dumpers. The DT series (Dumper Track) will be available in three models with various skip options making them ideal material handling solutions for smaller jobs that need the advantages of a tracked machine. They are designed for smooth travel while maneuvering across rough terrain and in confined areas.
Berkim Construction is constructing the new Canada Post sorting facility in Burlington, Ontario. The family-owned construction company, which specializes in small-to-medium-sized projects like this one, brought the first equipment on site last October and expects to have the work completed by July.
"A lot of work is subbed out – formworks, steel erectors, steel manufacturers, earthworks," says Alex Monteleone, site supervisor, Berkim Construction. To perform the earthworks, the company hired MGI Construction Corp.
Wacker Neuson has updated its 1.2-ton tandem vibratory roller line to include improved visibility, curb clearance and easier service access. The RD12 series has dominated the industry since it was originally developed and introduced to the North American market 30 years ago. These popular ride-on rollers are the perfect fit for residential and commercial construction for asphalt and subbase soil compaction of parking lots, driveways, secondary roads and nature trails. Additionally, they are an excellent choice for landscape and golf course contractors to statically roll sod, fairways and greens.
Skid-steer loaders are nimble, versatile machines capable of performing a variety of jobsite tasks. Although skid steers have recently been overshadowed by the higher growth in demand for tracked machines, our experts emphasize that skid steers offer a number of advantages that are not to be overlooked, including speed, transportability and cost of ownership.
Wacker Neuson's two new compact excavators boast operator comfort, stability, power and serviceability
Wacker Neuson continues to optimize its excavator line with the addition of two models that are built for operator comfort, stability, power and serviceability. The 3.6-ton EZ36 and 2.6-ton EZ26, compact excavators with a minimal tail swing design are versatile machines for a variety of applications.
Wacker Neuson Group at Bauma 2019 will feature 35-metre-high ferris wheel to help customers reach for the sky
Visitors to Bauma will be treated to an electrifying experience at the Wacker Neuson and Kramer stand FN.915. In addition to showcasing an assortment of products, the stand will feature a 35-meter high big wheel that will give visitors a unique view of the two brands' 6,000 square meter exhibition and demo space as well as the surrounding exhibition grounds.
Wacker Neuson's dual-view dumpers bring a new perspective to material handling. The unique concept allows the entire operator's console to swivel 180 degrees so the operator is always facing the task. Available in North America later in 2019, the DV series of dumpers provide optimal visibility, regardless of the working direction or payload size.
Wacker Neuson's new G70 mobile generator, powered by a Tier 4 Final Kohler engine, is a prime powered generator designed to withstand the rigors of repeated transport and continuous load. The compact, sound-attenuated model provides single and three-phase power for construction, commercial, industrial and special applications where quiet power is needed.
Material handling takes on a new dimension with Wacker Neuson's newest wheel loader, the WL95. The new 2-yard articulated wheel loader is the company's first heavy-duty model to be introduced in this size class and is the largest in Wacker Neuson's extensive fleet of wheel loaders. The WL95 offers performance with a high payload that allows operators to load, move and place more material efficiently.