The 8035 ZTS mini excavator from JCB, Pooler, Ga., features a 31.6-hp Perkins engine. The engine is mounted to a stable undercarriage that is matched to the excavator’s dig envelope. The undercarriage and dozer blade on the 8,049-lb. mini excavator are designed to ensure that debris doesn’t build up underneath or in front of the machine. The machine features a two-speed tracking motor, providing a top tracking speed of 2.6 mph, and has single-acting auxiliary pipework and rubber tracks as standard. Additional tie down points make it easier to strap the machine onto trailers. The excavator is designed so that the oil can be checked from ground level. The fuel filter system features a combined sedimenter, filter and primer allowing operators to prime the system if it runs out of fuel.
The CreteRod hydrostatic-driven material hauling machine from Material Haulers, Schaumburg, Ill., is powered by a Yanmar Tier 4 engine. The dumping system delivers the load low to the ground to reduce splashing and cleanup. The hydrostatic three-wheel drive machine features a rear wheel that turns 180 degrees and a payload of 33 cu. ft.
The four-ton KX040-4 compact excavator from Kubota Tractor Corp., Torrance, Calif., features the company’s ECO PLUS, which allows the operator to prioritize productivity or fuel efficiency based on the task at hand. Operators can select standard mode for increased power and productivity or Eco Mode can be activated for up to 9 percent fuel savings, the company says. The KX040-4 has a 42.4-gross-hp engine, a dumping height of 12 ft. 9.5 in. and a digging depth of 11 ft. 2.6 in.
The LHD 8000 from LHD Machinery, Carmel, Ind., is a blend of a skid-steer, concrete buggy and front-end loader and is designed to allow one person to load, haul and dump any bulk material without using a shovel, the company says. The machine features a 20-hp Honda engine, a 0.8-yd. bucket and compact design for use in confined spaces. The included self-loading pivoting shovel fills the bucket and provides the same versatility as a front-end loader, according to the company.
The 333G compact track loader from John Deere, Moline, Ill., offers a rated operating capacity of 3,700 lbs. and a bucket breakout force of 7,750 lbs. The track loader features an operating weight of 12,100 lbs. and a height to hinge pin of 11 ft. vertical lift orientation. The 333G features a boom design that keeps the load close to the machine, a low center of gravity and 35-degree bucket rollback. Other features include a 100-hp Tier 4 engine, increased auxiliary hydraulic flow and two-speed drivetrain, delivering travel speeds up to 12 mph.
The small range of essential case-mounted hydraulic breaker attachments from Atlas Copco Construction Equipment, Mining, Rock Excavation and Construction, Rock Hill, S.C., are designed to be compact enough to fit in limited-access work environments, such as pipe trenches, the company says. The breakers feature nitrogen-gas assist as well as the company’s box-style mounting systems and VibroSilenced Plus systems. The breakers include models EC 40 T, EC 50 T, EC 60 T, EC 70 T and EC 80 T, fit 1- to 12-ton carriers and generate impact rates as high as 1,600 bpm.
The UltraGrinder™ from ArborWolf®, Burnsville, Minn., features a radial piston motor and a cushioned parallelogram mechanism that consists of a rubber torsion element and four heavy-duty link arms that connect the cutting head to the mount frame. The stump grinder offers Greenteeth®technology as standard equipment, with teeth on both sides of the cutting wheel to allow for dual-direction cutting. The attachment is available for low- and high-flow skid steers from 16-45 gpm. The cutting wheel spins at 1,000 rpms, minimizing the potential for wheel-grabbing or sudden stops.
The V30 compact tractor skeleton rock grapple from Virnig Manufacturing, Rice, Minn., features an open bottom to allow dirt to fall through the 2.9-in. tine spacing and tines that are constructed of one piece of steel each, from tip to top cross member. The grapple’s NitroSteel® cylinder rod is designed to be corrosion, dent and flake resistant. The V30 features a raised ridge in the center of the tines and a notch near the tips to secure rocks while digging as well as fully gusseted tine tips and 1-in.-diameter greaseable grapple pins.
Terex bucket attachment 662-393-1800; terex.comThe 7-in-1 bucket attachment from Terex®, Southaven, Miss., is designed to increase a backhoe loader’s versatility for general contractors, landscapers, municipalities and rental yards. The attachment was originally developed by the Drott Co. and known as the 4-in-1 bucket, and has been referred to over the years as a multi-purpose or the double four bucket, the company says. The 7-in-1 bucket offers seven main functions, including digging, loading, dozing, scraping, spreading and leveling, grabbing and lifting. The attachment features lifting eye/forks with a safe working load of 2,204 lbs.
Allen Engineering propane wheel buggy870-236-7751; alleneng.comThe AR16 propane-powered wheel buggy from Allen Engineering, Paragould, Ark., comes equipped with a factory-installed, environmentally-friendly propane system that is designed for use in confined areas or indoors. The system features a closed fuel system and produces less than 1 percent carbon monoxide, making it compliant with OSHA, CARB and EPA standards, the company says.The Toro Co. power buggy952-887-8385; toro.comThe MB-1600 mud buggy from The Toro Co., Bloomington, Minn., is designed to allow the operator to dump material in tough to reach areas. The buggy features a 16-cu.-ft. capacity and travels up to 7 mph. The unit’s operator platform features an oversized brake pedal and dual-action dump pedal that returns the tub to the hauling position and allows the operator to keep their hands on the operating bar.Digga mini loader auger drive563-875-7915; diggausa.comThe 1MDS2 and 1MDS4 mini loader auger drives from Digga North America, Dyersville, Iowa, offer a maximum theoretical output torque of 2,119 ft. lbs. and are engineered for use on mini loaders and compact tool carriers. The planetary gearbox-driven auger drives are designed to work on auxiliary flows of between 6-16 gpm and come with a unit-specific mounting plate. The 1MDS2 features single axis 2-way swing capabilities and the 1MDS4 offers dual axis 4-way swing capabilities.Ditch Witch mini skid-steer580-336-4402; ditchwitch.comThe SK752 mini skid-steer from Ditch Witch®, Perry, Okla., features an improved operator station with customer-driven control placement and higher ground clearance for better visibility, the company says. The SK752 features a Kubota® diesel engine and an advanced attachment latching system. The machine offers an 860-lb. rated operating capacity, an 83-in. hinge-pin height, a high-drive track system with bolt-on sprockets and wide track rollers.Holt Industrial stump grinder attachment844-444-4658; holtindustrial.comThe HGS60R Eraser stump grinder from Holt Industrial by MTB Manufacturing, Wallerstein, Ontario, Canada, features a bent axis piston motor powered by a skid-steer’s hydraulics. The attachment has 20 carbide green teeth and a 1.25-in.-thick steel rotor. Each of the teeth makes a small cut, because the work is shared by a higher number of teeth and each one is designed to be rotated up to three times to provide a renewed cutting surface, the company says. The attachment’s blast shield is designed with dual rows of chain curtains to contain and control chips during grinding. The blast shield is hinged to give protection and chip control throughout the grinding process and for access to the rotor and teeth.Dieci United States site dumpers724-215-7081; dieciequipmentusa.comThe 1000 series dumpers from Dieci United States, Wyalusing, Pa., have four-stroke diesel engines with four-wheel-drive articulated steering, mechanical four-speed gear boxes with reversing gears and a single-plate dry clutch system. The dumpers offer forward and swivel unloading hoppers and options are available for a self-loading shovel on the 1000 PA model. The dumpers are designed for applications including concrete construction, agriculture, golf course construction and more.Montabert hydraulic breaker attachment770-831-2227; montabert.usThe 501 NG hydraulic breaker from Montabert, Atlanta, delivers up to 870 bpm and is designed for use with backhoe loaders and excavators weighing between 17,637 and 39,683 lbs. The breaker may be used for applications in demolition, road building and trenching. The 501 NG offers 2,000 ft. lbs. of impact and requires a hydraulic flow rate of between 21 and 37 gpm. Standard features include blank-fire protection and energy recovery systems that recycle recoil energy from the piston to increase striking power. An automatic lubrication system and a fully enclosed cradle reduce noise, protect against debris and reduce bushing and tool wear, the company says.Hercules aftermarket mini skid-steer cylinders800-777-5617; herculesus.comThe line of aftermarket skid-steer tilt cylinders from Hercules Sealing Products, Clearwater, Fla., are available in 2.75- and 3-in. sizes and come in charcoal gray. The cylinders are constructed with a hard chrome plated rod, cast iron piston, cast iron gland with buttress threads, SAE and JIC flared ports, and grease ports on both pin eyes.Kaivac battery powered cleaning system800-287-1136: kaivac.comThe battery-powered Auto-Vac cleaning system from Kaivac, Hamilton, Ohio, can be added to the OmniFlex trolley-bucket, allowing users to perform a number of floor care cleaning tasks on any type of hard surface, according to the company. The system has been certified by the National Floor Safety Institute, cleans more than 20,000 sq. ft. per hour and operates for up to 90 minutes on a single charge, the company says.
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