HB-830 scissor lift handles 500 pounds up to 14 feet and has a zero turn radius. The platform measures 25.5x55.75 inches and can hold two people. A 30-inch slide-out extension holds 250 pounds and is supported by the lift’s midrail. Dual front tires distribute weight, and counter-rotating wheels reduce friction. Self-contained hydraulic system has only two connection points, reducing the potential for hydraulic fluid leaks. An on-board battery charger self monitors the current and stops it once the battery is fully charged.
MX-10 concrete mixer/pump handles up to 2,500 pounds of material. A closed-loop hydraulic circuit enables the unit to mix dense refractory materials in less than two minutes, the company says. The 3-inch swing tube piston pump operates with up to 2,200 psi to install up to 12 tons of material per hour. The electrical controls are mounted on the 22-square-foot platform and positioned away from the mixer to remain free from debris and water.
Model 893 portable screening plant has a 20x6-foot top deck and 18x6-foot bottom deck. The working range angle of the screen box can be adjusted 14 to 18 degrees. The unit can be raised 24 inches at the discharge end. A high-performance 44-inch apron feeder and hydraulic gearbox drive are standard. The hopper capacity is 13.1 cubic yards. Engine options include Tier 3 Cat C6.6 202-horsepower or Tier 4-Interim Cat C4.4 173-horsepower diesels. The plant can process up to 800 tonnes per hour.
Redesigned with a Cat C18 ACERT Tier 4-Final diesel, Cat D9T dozer has 436 horsepower at 1,800 rpm. An aluminum bar-plate radiator enhances cooling efficiency, and an air-to-air aftercooler cools combustion intake air. An air-to-oil hydraulic cooler “precisely modulates temperatures,” the company says. APECS electronic control system improves transmission shifting and works with the Enhanced Auto-Shift, with automatically selects and matches gear and engine speed. The dozer comes with Cat’s Autocarry blade lift feature.
The TR-14 directional drill has 14,000 pounds of thrust/pullback force. The V2403 MTG engine provides 55 horsepower at 2,700 rpm. The machine is 145 inches long and 48.25 inches wide, and weighs 5,360 pounds. The angle of approach is up to 20 degrees, and maximum carriage speed is 65 fpm at maximum engine rpm.
Purpose-built material handler line includes two track models and one wheeled: DX225MH-3, DX300MH-5, and DX210WMH. Built on Doosan excavator bases, the units are factory fitted with cab risers, straight boom, and droop nose arm. Standard fixed risers for the DX225MH-3 are 4 feet, and 6 feet for the larger DX300MH-5. Four power modes are available for the track units: Power+ mode, Power, Standard, and Economy. The DX210WMH wheeled versioni has three modes: Power, Standard and Economy.
The 776-horsepower Wirtgen WR 250 recycler/stabilizer homogeneously mixes or performs in-place cold recycling with dry lime or dry cement, or lime or cement slurry, or asphalt emulsion. When equipped, it also can perform in-place foamed asphalt or foamed bitumen recycling of existing failed pavements, the company says. It functions at a width of 7 feet 1 inches and a depth of up to 22 inches.
Updated with a compliant Tier 4-Interim engine, the SP 25i concrete paver places barrier up to 6.5 feet and paves 12-foot widths. The Deutz TCD 4.1 LD engine produces 154 horsepower. All other specifications are the same as the SP 25 paver.
Mobicat MC110Ri EVO and MC110Zi EVO jaw crushers have been redesigned to provide less transport weight: 85,000 and 87,100 pounds, respectively. The MC110Ri has a vibratory feeder with integrated grizzly, and the MC 110 Zi EVO incorporates a vibrating feeder with an independent, double-deck, heavy-duty prescreen. Both have feature a crusher inlet of 28x44 inches. A bypass flap diverts the material flow. A newly designed longer swing jaw prevents blocking of coarse material while moving all mounting elements of the crusher jaw from the wear area.
Rear oscillation paired with front vibration is featured in the HD12VO and HD14VO double-drum rollers. Drum width is 47 and 54 inches, respectively. The rollers have hydrostatic dual drum drive, automatic/manual vibration, and hydrostatic articulated steering. The engine is mounted lengthwise for visibility. Three-point articulation maintains even weight distribution across the drum width. The operator platform is fully insulated against vibration, and the operator's seat, steering column and tread plate are mechanically isolated from the framework.
The GRW 280i series pneumatic compactors has been updated with 114-horsepower Deutz Tier 4-Interim engines. Redesigned frame includes viewing channels the provide a view of the edges and the tires of the outer wheels. Each unit in the series can compact up to 82-inch widths.The revised ballast compartment improves users’ ability to vary the operating weight. The operator’s platform rests on a newly designed, asymmetrical frame. A single driver’s seat can be moved and pivoted at the side toward the machine’s outer edges and along with the console.
H11ix, H13ix, H11i, H13i, and H16i are four-cylinder compactors with Tier 4-Interim compliant engines. The H11ix and H13ix models have 114-horsepower engines that do not require a DPF. The H11i, H13i and H16i have 141 horsepower, and use EGR after treatment and a DPF with automatic regeneration. In addition to the standard smooth-drum models, all are available in padfoot configurations. The H 13i VIO combines conventional vibration with oscillation compaction in a single drum.
H25i VC is a vibration crusher designed to demolish concrete surfaces. The 25-ton roller has an 84-inch drum that can crush rock and concrete in one step. It has a 214-horsepower, Tier 4-Interim compliant engine. A toolholder system can accept a wide range of tailor-made point-attack tools designed for different situations. A total of 150 quick-change toolholders are welded to the drum for this purpose. With the appropriate kit, the H 25i VC also can be converted to a padfoot roller.
Mobirex MR110ZSi EVO2 and MR130Zi EVO2 impact crushers produce up to 350 and 450 tons per hour, respectively. The MR110ZSi has a crusher inlet opening of 43.3 inches, and the MR130Zi has a crusher inlet opening of 51 inches. The “S” indicates a secondary vibrating screen with extra-large screening surface mounted on the discharge conveyor. The feeding unit has hydraulically folding hopper walls and locking system. A vibrating double-deck prescreen between hopper and crusher eliminates fines from the product flow before they enter the crusher. Both units are Tier 4-Final compliant.
The basic width of the Super 1300-3i asphalt paver is 6 feet 1 inch with hopper wings folded. It paves from 2 feet 6 inches up to 13 feet 9 inches, and has a 20,000-pound hopper. It is Tier 4-Interim compliant, with a Deutz diesel. Maximum laydown rate is 390 tons per hour. With AutoSet Basic, the operator presses the “execute” button to hydraulically raise the augers, the hopper apron, and the deflectors in front of the crawler tracks to the uppermost positions.
The 47,179-pound Super 2100-3i tracked asphalt paver succeeds the Super 2100-2 and paves widths from 8 feet 4 inches to 42 feet 6 inches. The EcoPlus low-emissions package reduces fuel consumption and noise, the company says. When the paver is stationary while waiting, all hydraulic pumps for traction, conveyors and augers and compacting systems are automatically disengaged after about one minute. The tamper is driven by a variable-displacement pump that delivers exactly the amount of oil needed for the current tamper speed.
The 766-horsepower W 220 milling machine mills up to 14 inches deep at a width of 87 inches. Operating weight is 80,160 pounds, and it can produce up to 900 tons per hour. Three different milling drum speeds can be adjusted from the operator’s platform: high speed for large-scale milling of thin lifts, medium for standard surface courses, and low speed for optimized fuel consumption and low cutting tool wear. The standard milling width can be extended with additional drum units for working widths of 8.2, 10.2, 11.5, 12.5, up to a maximum 14.4 feet.
The W 200Hi milling machine has a hydraulically driven drum assembly that can be displaced 15.75 inches to the right or left. The unit is based on the W 200i/W 210i platform. The drum assembly can be moved while in operation, and it gives the machine a zero edge on both sides. The edge protector can be raised by 16.5 inches on both sides so the machine can work flush with the edge. The new W 200 Hi is powered by a Tier 4-Interim compliant 580-horsepower engine.
The Wirtgen W 100Fi, W 120Fi and W 130Fi milling machines have standard working widths of 39, 47, and 51 inches, respectively. They have a front-loading system. All three have a maximum milling depth of 13 inches and are powered by a 320-horsepower Cummins. Available as track- or wheel-mounted units, they have advance speeds infinitely variable from zero to maximum.
The 755-horsepower SX-8e stabilizer-reclaimer has a Cat C18 Tier 4-Interim engine. It cuts up to 20 inches deep and 120 inches wide. To reduce dust and debris entering the engine compartment, the unit has on-demand cooling with a variable-speed fan that takes air in from the cleanest possible area, the company says. The variable-geometry cutter housing has hydraulically adjustable front and rear doors.