The CX490D and CX500D crawler excavators are designed for heavy excavation work and replace Case’s previous 47-metric ton excavator, the CX470C. Each model is engineered for cycle times that are up to 10 percent faster, improved responsiveness and multifunctional controls, and greater fuel efficiency. An electronically controlled hydraulic pump and larger control and solenoid valves are designed to boost breakout forces, increase lifting strength and improve responsiveness. The CX490D offers 362 horsepower, weighs 109,300 pounds and features 55,500 – 60,700 foot pounds of bucket digging force. The CX500D offers 362 horsepower, weighs 111,800 pounds and features 64,500 – 70,400 foot pounds of bucket digging force.
At CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 Caterpillar will have 40 machines on display in two different exhibit areas totaling 60,000 square feet. New machines to be displayed include the M317F wheeled excavator (pictured), a compact radius design that expands versatility and enhances productivity in tight work areas. In addition to excavators, the company will be showing wheel loaders, a dozer, an articulated truck, a telehandler and cold planers. Caterpillar will also introduce new remote control technologies and connectivity technologies at the show. North Hall booth 10924 will focus on excavating, grading, paving and aggregates mining and handling, while Gold Lot booth 4490, will feature small machines used in construction.
The HA46 RTJ range consists of multipurpose machines that suit many types of applications such as building works, finishing, maintenance, demolition and pruning. This machine offers the fastest lifting speed in 40 seconds, according to the company. A modular basket is designed to allow change within an hour. And the model is engineered to reduce fuel consumption by 15 percent.
The Honda GXR120 general purpose engine was uniquely developed as a power source for rammers—equipment used to compact soil or other granular material. Offered as a second power option to the GX100 engine, the GXR120 engine features a displacement of 121 cc, enough to appropriately power 110-pound to 175-pound rammers at multiple altitudes. A special cast-iron cylinder sleeve and a high carbon-steel, dual-ball bearing crankshaft provide increased engine strength for rammer applications.
Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas will unveil four new equipment models and introduce upgrades to many current models. The company will display more than 20 machines in its 22,500-square-foot North Hall exhibit, including a full-line of wheel loaders, excavators, compaction rollers and forklifts, Hyundai plans to debut additional models in its HL900 series of wheel loaders, 9A series compact excavators and its HR-9 series of tandem-drum compaction rollers. Hyundai also will unveil Tier 4 Final engines and other upgrades to its full line of compaction rollers, as well as a new boom offering for its HL900 series wheel loaders.
JLG Industries will use Conexpo to launch nine new products in the boom, scissor, and telehandler categories and will preview many new technologies across its lines. A variety of the company’s best-selling products including the 400S and the SkyTrak 10054 telehandler as well as the 1932R electric scissor lift (pictured) will be on display. A new Jerr-Dan product will also be featured at the show.
Thunder Creek Equipment has redesigned its Service and Lube Trailer (SLT) to include a new chassis and front-end design, expanded storage in the front and rear utility boxes, and a modular design that allows owners to add new features and components after purchase. The new SLT features a modular tank design that is capable of holding 440 gallons of fluid in up to eight tanks with combinations of 25, 55 and 110 gallons. This can include tanks for diesel fuel, oil delivery (engine or hydraulic), used oil reclamation, grease delivery, antifreeze, DEF and other fluids based on field maintenance needs.
Xtreme will be showcasing 11 of its heavy-duty telehandlers at CONEXPO. The display will include the Xtreme XR7038, which can lift up to 70,000 pounds. Also on display will be five high capacity models, including the 20,000-pound capacity XR2045, the 24,000-pound capacity XR2450, the 30,000-pound capacity XR3034, and the 40,000-pound capacity XR4030. The company will also display a range of attachments, including buckets, truss booms, and the Xtreme-engineered high capacity pipe and pole grapple attachment, showcasing the versatility of telehandlers to suit the requirements of all types of projects and jobsites.
The Zeecrane, which produces zero emissions, is available in two models: the 4500, with a maximum lifting capacity of 9,000 pounds, and the 9000, with a maximum capacity of 18,000 pounds. Compared to contemporary industrial cranes, Zeecranes have longer booms, a modern design and offer more capacity. The unique carry-deck cranes incorporate an all-electric operating system that uses maintenance-free batteries to power the machine. The integrated energy management system distributes power, allowing the cranes to work a full eight-hour shift at normal operating cycles, according to the OEM. The charging system uses standard 208-240 VAC power to recharge the machines overnight.
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