1. Caterpillar material handlers. New from Caterpillar, Peoria, Illinois, are the MH3022 and MH3024 material handlers, the smallest models in the company’s new line of wheeled material handlers in the greater-than-20-ton class. According to Caterpillar, the material handlers offer these features:
- choice of dedicated front linkages, tools, guards and undercarriages
- U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final/EU Stage IV-compliant Cat C7.1 ACERTTM engines, rated at 169 horsepower, reduce fuel consumption
- operating weights of 22.7 metric tons and 25.7 metric tons
- emissions technologies include the Cat NOx-reduction system
Visit www.cat.com/requestcatinfo for more information.
2. CB&E jam-release two-ram baler. New from Catawba Baler & Equipment (CB&E), Greensboro, North Carolina, is the “Free Jam” two-ram baler, offering these features, the company says:
- patent-pending technology virtually eliminates the need for a person to manually clear jams
- automatic, push-button jam-release technology
- reduces downtime and offers increased workforce efficiency
- jams can be cleared in as little as five minutes
- reduces saftey-related risks
- provides easy and safe maintenance access
Visit www.cbebaler.com for more information.
3. Northshore 2100-SE excavator. Northshore Manufacturing, a Two Harbors, Minnesota-based, manufacturer of the Builtrite line of products, has introduced the Builtrite Model 2100-SE for dismantling automobiles. The excavator offers these features, according to the company: • combines Northshore’s stationary electric material handler/excavator and its auto dismantling system to recover nonferrous metals from end-of-life vehicles
- capable of processing an average of six to 10 vehicles per hour
- uses on average 35 kilowatts per hour
- high-efficiency, 75-horsepower Baldor industrial electric motor
- quiet stationary electric machine creates no emissions
- cab, designed for operator comfort, features large windows
Visit www.builtritehandlers.com for more information.
4. Terex Fuchs MHL360 F HD material handler. New from Terex Fuchs, Southaven, Mississippi, is the MHL360 F HD material handler, offering these features, the company says:
- six-cylinder, 255-horsepower turbo-charged engine meets Tier 4 Final emissions standards
- three engine operating modes: Power, ECO and ECO Plus
- programmable automatic engine shut-off and auto idling
- oversized undercarriage increases operating weight, which ranges from 48 tons to 53.8 tons, depending on configuration
- a variety of boom/stick configurations
Visit www.terexconstruction.com for more information.
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