Peterson 5710D horizontal grinder has a 1,050-horsepower Cat C27 diesel. Operating weight is 88,500 pounds, and it can be moved without a special permit via an optional transportation dolly. The feed opening is 60x40 inches. Impact release system can be set in detent mode for consistent sizing or switched to floating anvil mode for primary reduction.
Cary-Lift 154 has a wider overhead lift arms and sloped engine compartment for improved line of sight. A Tier 3 Cummins QSB 6.7L diesel provides 160 horsepower. The maximum load capacity is 15,000 pounds with maximum lift height of 14 feet. It has four-wheel drive with two-wheel, four-wheel and crab hydraulic power steering modes. The wheelbase is 10 feet, and turning radius is 16 feet 7 inches.
Traverse series telehandlers have an extendable boom that traverses horizontally that, according to the company, is an industry exclusive. They offer 70 inches of horizonal boom transfer. Five models have lift capacities from 7,000 to 11,000 pounds, with the largest, model T1157 (shown), providing a maximum lift height of 57 feet 6 inches and forward reach of 48 feet 9 inches. Telehandlers have Carraro powershift transmissions paired with 110-horsepower Cummins Tier 3 engines.
Redesigned 375B skid steer includes curved corners for a wider view of the job site and of the bucket. Rated operating load is 1,907 pounds, with a dump clearance height of 7 feet 3 inches. Double-lever pilot control and hydrostatic transmission have been added. A Perkins 404F-22T provides 53.6 horsepower and meets Tier 4-Final standards.
Three wheel loaders are available through International Construction Products. Models CMD835, CDM856, and CDM858 have bucket sizes ranging from 3 to 4.6 cubic yards. Horsepower ratings run from 133 on the CMD835 to 220 on teh CDM858.Lonking Wheel Loader Specifications
Four excavators are available through International Construction Products. Models CDM6065, CDM6085, CDM6150, and CDM6235 range from 13,338- to 48,502-pound operating weights. Horsepower ratings run from 62 for the CDM6065 to 194.4 on the CDM6235, and dig depths from 12.3 feet on the CDM6065 to 27 feet on the CDM6235. Excavators are equipped with Navman Wireless telematics with three years of free service.Lonking Excavator Specifications
Model 220 cabover has a new electronic braking system and an redesigned cab. A curved dashboard features easy-to-read instrumentation and an interactive, 5-inch color display module that provides information on vehicle and driver performance. The steering wheel includes multiple functions, and a push-button style shifter has been placed within easy reach of the driver, Peterbilt says. Additional improvements include a galvanized-steel bumper, a radiator protection plate, and Lexan covering over the headlamps.
Class 6 and 7 Kenworth cabover trucks have been upgraded with front air disc brakes, electronic braking module, and a new dash and gauge cluster. Trucks come in wheelbases from 142 to 242 inches and can be fitted with bodies from 16 to 28 feet long. The cab has a 2,500-square-inch wraparound windshield. The 63.4-inch BBC dimension allows for 45 extra inches of payload room compared with a conventional truck. Turning radius curb to curb is 30 percent better, Kenworth says. A 6.7-liter Paccar PX-7 engine—which has power ratings from 200 to 250 horsepower and up to 660 lb.-ft.
Tier 4-Final DD25B double-drum compactor has a Volvo D1.7A 25-horsepower diesel that does not require after-treatment. Volvo says fuel consumption is reduced 7 percent. Users can choose 3,300 or 4,000 vpm compaction, with a 39.4-inch narrow drum or a 47.2-inch wide drum. Operating weight is 5,400 and 5,779 pounds, respectively. The redesigned roller has angled drum mounts, sloping hood design and sliding seat, all of which provide a 360-degree view of the drum edges and surroundings.
The F Series compact wheel loaders— 21F, 121F, 221F, and 321F—are completely redesigned. The more-compact design involves wheelbases that are 4 to 6 inches shorter and cab heights that are reduced up to 13 inches. Breakout force and lift capacity are also substantially increased, compared with previous models. The two smaller units, the 21F and 121F, are available with two loader linkages: Z-bar for primarily breakout applications and a parallel-lift for primarily lifting applications. All models can be fitted with high-flow auxiliary hydraulic systems.
The CX350D hydraulic excavator is the first of the company’s new D Series models. The CX350D meets Tier 4-Final regulations for emissions control by employing cooled exhaust gas recirculation, selective catalytic reduction, and a diesel oxidation catalyst. According to the company, the CX350D, compared with its predecessor model, will yield up to 10 percent greater fuel efficiency and provide up to 8 percent faster cycle times and 3 percent greater drawbar pull. Weighing in at 82,400 pounds, the CX350D is rated at 268 horsepower. It will be available in North America in early 2015.
XE360U excavator has a 194-kilowatt Cummins QSC8.3-C260 engine and meets Tier 3 emission standards. Operating weight is 36,800 kilograms, with a maximum dig radius of 107.2 meters.
The CV122U single-drum vibratory roller has an operating weight of 12,000 kilograms and static linear load of 308N/cm. A Cummins QSB4.5 delivers 97 kilowatts.
The WL40G wheel loader has an operating weight of 16,000 kilograms and a maximum dump clearance of 25.86 meters. A Cummins QSB6.7 delivers 144 kilowatts.
The QUY80U lattice-boom crawler crane has 360-degree full swing operation, and retractable crawlers. The boom length is 42 feet 8 inches to 190 feet 3 inches, and the fixed jib length is 29 feet 6 inches to 59 feet. Maximum rated lift capacity is 72.6 tonnes. A Cummins QSL9 delivers 198 kilowatts of power.
The RT70U rough-terrain crane is equipped with a two-axle off-road undercarriage and features two drive modes and four steering modes. Maximum rated lifting capacity is 70 tons, with a fully exended boom length of 43.2 meters. A Cummins QSB6.7 engine delivers 194 kilowatts.
The XTC90U truck crane has a 373-kilowatt Cummins ISX15 500 engine. Maximum lift capacity is 81.6 tons, with an extended boom length of 45 meters.
The S800TX mini skid steer is available with a 40-horsepower Kubota EFI gasoline engine the delivers 88.5 lb.-ft. of torque. The S800TX has an 840-pound operating capacity with a 2,400-pound tipping capacity. The operator station has a joystick control and a spring-cushioned platform with an integrated operator-presence system that shuts down ground drive and attachment motion with the operator steps off.
The M Series S450 skid steer replaces the K Series S130, and the M Series T450 reintroduces a compact-track-loader platform size that has not been available from the company in recent years. These 400 frame-size machines mark the final family of loaders to join the Bobcat M Series range. A new 2.4-liter, Tier 4-Final Bobcat engine features an ultra-low-particulate combustion system that varies cylinder pressure with the load on the machine and requires no diesel particulate filter. Horsepower ratings are 49 for the S450 and 61 for the T450.
The conventional-tail-swing E32i and zero-tail-swing E35i hydraulic excavators feature a Tier 4-compliant, 24.8-horsepower, naturally aspirated diesel engine. Bobcat says the engine uses some 8 percent less fuel when operated in an available Eco Mode. A new forward-mount instrumentation system is designed to “allow operators to maintain awareness of machine vitals without losing focus on the task at hand” and to simplify interaction with the panel.