ICUEE, the International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition, will take place October 1-3 in Louisville, Kentucky. ICUEE is the utility industry's largest trade show, covering 28+ acres of indoor and outdoor exhibits, and bringing together more than 18,000 utility professionals every two years.
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Weighing 43,580 pounds (19,768 kg), the XL 4300 V has a 4 x 4 wheeled undercarriage that can be driven up to 20 mph both on and off pavement. The exclusive design allows the XL 4300 to work at the front, rear or either side of the machine without the need to lower its optional outriggers or optional grading blade for extra stability.
The Gradall XL 4300 V on/off pavement excavator is designed with a lower center of gravity and working profile, thanks to a compact, full-tilt telescoping boom. These features, plus oscillation lock cylinders, create a stable, balanced working platform that makes these models extremely productive and versatile.
Volvo Penta has reached an agreement with Ohio-based Gradall to be the exclusive supplier of Tier 4 Final diesel engines for their XL line of excavators. The Gradall telescopic-boom hydraulic excavators, powered by Volvo Penta 5 and 8 liter engines, will be available starting Q2 2015.
Gradall’s wheeled and railway maintenance excavator models can use mower attachments to clear away brush, long grass and weeds and other vegetation along highway boundaries and railway tracks.
Michael Haberman, President of Gradall Co., New Philadelphia, Ohio is Chairman of the 2011 CONEXPO-CON/AGG exposition and leads the show's management committee, a group of volunteer business executives overseeing show planning to ensure the event meets industry needs. Vice Chairman of the show's management committee is Tom Flynn, President of Flynn Ready-Mix Concrete co., Dubuque, Iowa. CONEXPO-CON/AGG will be held March 22-26, 2011 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, USA. It will be the international gathering place for the construction industries in 2011, with a focus on construction, aggregates and ready mixed concrete. The show is co-located with the IFPE exposition for fluid power/motion control/power transmission. Haberman has 30 years of experience in the mining and construction equipment field. He began his career as a marketing engineer for walking draglines with Marion Dresser and has held various positions in sales, marketing, and distributor development in the industry. In 2006, he was named president of Gradall Industries Inc. (division of Alamo Group) and is responsible for the Gradall line of telescopic boom excavators and Vacall sewer cleaning and sweeper products. Haberman has been actively involved in CONEXPO-CON/AGG show planning committees since 2002. CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2011 Management Committee Members Members of the CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2011 Management Committee, in addition to Michael Haberman and Tom Flynn, are:
- Scott Alexander, President, Johnson Construction Materials, Columbus, Indiana
- Thomas Baird IV, Director Sales and Marketing, CONCO Companies of Springfield, Springfield, Missouri
- Henry Batten, President, Concrete Supply Co., Charlotte, North Carolina
- David Baxter, Director Marketing, JLG/Oshkosh Corp., Hagerstown, Maryland
- Sam Cooper, Global Marketing Support Manager, Caterpillar Inc., Peoria, Illinois
- Frank Craddock, Executive Vice President Commerical, Cemex Inc., Houston, Texas
- Gus Edwards, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association, Alexandria, Virginia
- Robert Garbini, President, National Ready Mixed Concrete Association, Silver Spring, Maryland
- Mike Hawbaker, Vice President, Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc., State College, Pennsylvania
- Audrey Hecht, Manager Marketing Communications, Events, Promotions, John Deere Construction & Forestry, Moline, Illinois
- Robert Hund, Executive Vice President Crane Care and Marketing, Manitowoc Co. Inc., Manitowoc, Wisconsin
- Chuck Martz, President and Chief Executive Officer, Link-Belt Construction Equipment Co., Lexington, Kentucky
- Sean McLanahan, President, McLanahan Corp., Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania
- Scott Nelson, Chief Executive Officer, Doosan Infracore International, Atlanta, Georgia
- James Russ, Senior Vice President Construction Materials Division, Essroc Cement Corp., Stevensville, Maryland
- Dennis Slater, President, Association of Equipment Manufacturers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- David Thomey, Executive Vice President, Maryland Materials Inc., North East, Maryland
- William Wetta, Chief Executive Officer, Dredging Supply Co. Inc., Reserve, Louisiana
- Lynne Woodworth, President and Chief Executive Officer, Stone Construction Equipment Inc., Honeoye, New York
- Julia Zelenock, Director of Marketing North America, Volvo Construction Equipment North America, Asheville, North Carolina
The new XL 5300 III excavator is the largest model in the Gradall excavator family of on/off highway machines – with greater capacity as well as the ability to work efficiently in any direction.
It has an operating weight of 51,216 pounds (23,231 kg) with a maximum lift capacity of 13,508 pounds (6,217 kg). Rated boom force is an impressive 24,941 pounds (111 kN) while bucket breakout force is rated at 25,405 pounds (113 kN).
New operators can become more comfortable with this model faster thanks to a switch in the cab which provides a choice of SAE, Deere or Gradall joystick control patterns.
A standard “bucket shake” mode, controlled with a joystick button, allows operators to more evenly distribute fill dirt and rip-rap.
A single Detroit Diesel Mercedes engine delivers 173 horsepower to the upperstructure as well as the carrier. The chassis features the new Series III counterweight design that creates a shorter tail swing – a big plus when working in tight quarters or along highways. But even with a compact counterweight design, the machine has excellent working boom reach to 33 feet, 10 inches (10.3 m) and digging depth of 24 feet, 7 inches (7.5 m).
Gradall has introduced the XL 5100 III excavator – the company’s largest production model for construction markets. It weighs just over 55,000 pounds and represents dramatic new Gradall-engineered advantages over the model it replaces, the XL 5100.
Gradall excavator versatility takes a giant step forward with a unique tree limb shear attachment. The full tilting action of the Gradall boom allows an operator to put the attachment at the correct angle to productively trim branches and limbs that extend over roadways. The low working profile of the Gradall telescoping boom also allows an operator to position the carrier and work under tree limb obstructions – something that is not possible with a conventional knuckle boom.
The VacAll AT vacuum/hydro excavator benefits from the performance advantages of the VacAll Industrial vacuum loader and high pressure water sewer cleaning machines, providing contractors and municipalities with a high productivity solution to remove material for holes and ditches, and to excavate around sensitive underground utilities quickly and efficiently.
Gradall’s largest production model for construction markets, the new XL 5100 III, provides advantages over the model it replaces, the XL 5100. It is shorter for easier highway mobility, has a shorter rear swing and weighs just over 55,000 pounds. Unlike the XL 5100 that used two Cummins engines, the XL 5100 III uses just one Detroit Diesel Mercedes engine. Conserving fuel while producing greater horsepower, the new engine operates both the truck carrier and the upperstructure and boom. Plus, the concept reduces maintenance costs with only one electrical system, one radiator, one set of filters and other non-redundant features.
Gradall’s job-proven, tilting, telescoping boom creates a low working profile, enabling the 166-hp, 45,000-pound-class XL 4300-II to work in places where a conventional knuckle boom cannot – under bridges, beneath tree limbs or in tunnels. Consistent boom power is achieved with the telescoping action, unlike conventional knuckle booms, which cannot maintain constant power throughout the full digging cycle. Maximum digging depth for the Model XL 4300-II is 20 feet, 11 inches (6.4 m), while boom radius at groundline is 30 feet (9.1 m). The rated boom force is 22,075 pounds (98.2 kN). Bucket breakout force is 25,449 pounds (113.2 kN). A range of attachments and boom extensions, including a Gradall Telestick, are available.