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Hydrema Adds to Dump Truck Product Line

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New flatbed truck has been added to vehicle maker's articulated dump truck line.

Recycling Today Staff July 25, 2013

Hydrema has introduced the 912HM flatbed truck to its line of articulated dump truck products. The new model is based on Hydrema’s 912HM articulated dump truck model. The truck features a 1.6 foot extended rear half with a built-in tipping frame that is ideal for the construction, utility and oil and gas industries.

The 912HM flatbed is equipped with a 131 horsepower, Perkins E1104D-44TA Tier III engine and accommodates up to 22,000 pounds, providing superior hauling capacity and combined with a 24 mph travel speed, Hydrema’s newest addition offers maximum productivity. 

“We are pleased to expand our product line with the addition of the 912HM flatbed truck,” says Kris Binder, vice president of Hydrema North America. “The launch of this new model closely aligns with our goals to continually diversify our equipment offerings in order to provide innovative solutions for the evolving needs of our customers.”

Hydrema’s 912HM offers exceptionally low ground pressure – 7.6 front PSI and 12.3 rear PSI, which makes working on even the softest ground conditions possible. The machine uses its 2.6 foot-wide 30-inch wheels, high ground clearance, articulated pivot steering system and automatic weight transfer to successfully and efficiently traverse delicate terrain.

Standard features of the 912HM flatbed include a suspended front axle, suspended cab, front outside heated mirrors, adjustable steering wheel, interior red cab lighting for night use, heated seats, radio with CD and MP3 players, rotating beacon, eight megabeam working lights and automatic AC.

A/S Hydrema is an international group of Danish companies, which design, manufacture and market earthmoving equipment.

For more information on Hydrema, please contact its Alpharetta, Ga., headquarters at (877) 449-3736 or visit www.hydrema.us.

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