Hyundai has added the new HL960 wheeled loader with an operating weight of 18.8t. It is powered by a stage IV Cummins QSB.7 168kW engine, which makes the HL960 up to 10% more fuel-efficient in truck-loading and able to achieve up to 5% more productivity in comparison to its 9A series predecessor, the company claims.
The German engine manufacturer Motorenfabrik Hatz will use Bauma for the world premiere of the H family water-cooled three-cylinder engines on its stands 548 in hall A4 and on stand 9 in the courtyard 4 5A. The German manufacturer will also introduce generator sets and hydraulic power packs.
VTN Europe is introducing a new Combi Kit multitool. Thanks to its innovative features, this attachment meets the largest variety of complex demolition requirements, according to the manufacturer. The multitool is particularly suitable for specialized demolition contractors focused on safety, efficiency and productivity on jobsites, rental companies focused on the demolition market and users who try to combine several services with as few tools as possible.
BAIER was established 1938 in Stuttgart, Germany. The first electric-hand-hold metal saw was developed and commercialized in 1950 followed by the first percussion drill in 1953. From the first wall chaser in 1957 over the first diamond channel cutter in 1987 and further inventions in the ’90 up to today, BAIER has been and is always a highly innovative company.
A Trevi Benne BVR 12C screening bucket mounted on a 14t Kobelco E135R excavator has played a key role in cleaning oil and fuel spillage in Norway. Over 1,000t of crude oil and 1,200litres of diesel fuel released into the North Sea from a tanker in a heavy storm contaminated the Norwegian coastline. Bamble Council, responsible for the clean up decided on the Kobleco and Trevi Benne option.
Bauma is only a few weeks away but some manufacturers of crushing buckets have decided to release details of their equipment before the huge exhibition. Jan Hermansson reviews some of the equipment that will be on show.
Chinese construction equipment manufacturer LiuGong, showed nine machines, including wheel loaders, excavators and road equipment at the groundbreaking ceremony for the China-Laos Railway Project in Vientiane, Laos.