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Komatsu: Large undercarriage design significantly increases lift capacity

Dec 14, 2011

Komatsu’s PC390LC-10 hydraulic excavator powered by a Komatsu SAA6D114E-5 engine and is EPA Tier 4 Interim and EU Stage 3B emissions certified. The excavator is built upon a proven Tier 3 engine platform and contains a flywheel horsepower of 257 ...

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Online Equipment Focus: Haul Trucks — Carrying a Heavy Load

Aug 03, 2011

Articulated haul trucks meet the heavy-hauling needs of aggregates operations, but they also offer something more — maneuverability. by Kerry Clines, Senior Editor To view this in the Digital Edition (including photos), click here. Case More horsepower/ergonomic design Case Construction Equipment says its new ...

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Michels keeps it mobile

Jul 06, 2011

Michels keeps it mobile

Portable plants are key in keeping Waterloo Quarry productive and successful during tough times. By Kerry Clines, Senior Editor Wisconsin-based Michels Materials, a division of Michels Corp., does things a little bit differently at its quarries. Instead of hauling material from the ...

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Excavators: Digging With the Big Boys

Jun 15, 2011

This article was originally published in the September 2010 edition of Aggregates Manager. To see the digital edition version, which includes photos, click here. Supply Lines Digging with the Big Boys This selection of 70-ton and larger excavators can help increase the ...

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Komatsu’s WA1200-6 wheel loader offers more horsepower, lower costs

Nov 05, 2010

Komatsu’s WA1200-6 wheel loader offers more horsepower, lower costs

Komatsu says its new WA1200-6 wheel loader was designed with environmental, technological, and ergonomic enhancements for greater productivity, while lowering operating costs. The machine is powered by a Komatsu SAADA16V160E-2 engine that delivers 1,892 gross horsepower at 1,800 revolutions per ...

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Komatsu’s new fuel-efficient crawler dozers

Sep 02, 2010

Komatsu’s new fuel-efficient crawler dozers

Komatsu’s new line of D65-16 crawler dozers are powered with a fuel-efficient 8.27-liter Komatsu SAA6D114E-3 engine that pushes with a net 205 horsepower at 1,950 revolutions per minute. Operating weight ranges from 43,690 to 48,940 pounds. The new dozers feature ...

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U.S. DOT donates crash test dummies to Smithsonian

Jul 19, 2010

The U.S. Department of Transportation is donating a number of “Vince and Larry” crash-test dummy costumes and related auto safety items to the Smithsonian Institution. These objects now become part of the permanent collection of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American ...

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Gradall announces NJPA purchasing contract

Jul 19, 2010

The National Joint Power Alliance and Gradall Industries entered into a four-year state and municipal purchasing agreement that allows the company to access a larger audience while ensuring competitive pricing. The contract allows Gradall and Vacall products to reach more than ...

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Bandit expands dealer network across U.S., Canada

Jul 19, 2010

Bandit Industries added new partnerships and dealerships across the United States and Canada to bring its Beast recyclers and whole tree chippers to new North American markets. Bandit added McClung-Logan Equipment and its six locations in Virginia -- Chesapeake, Manassas, Richmond, ...

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Orbcomm provides wireless data for Komatsu

Jul 19, 2010

Komatsu and Orbcomm signed an agreement allowing Orbcomm to continue to provide wireless data services for Komatsu’s heavy equipment telematics operations. The multi-year agreement covers the Komtrax and VHMS onboard machine monitoring and communications systems.

January 2010 – RollOuts

Jan 01, 2010

by Kerry Clines, Senior Editor Affordable, versatile hammer Doosan Infracore America Construction Equipment says its new DXB 170h hammer, for use with DX225 and DX255 excavators, was developed with the industry-leading engineering, design, and functionality of Montabert breakers combined with the affordable ...

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