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» Mini wheel loader
By super admin | Published 06/15/2012 | Compact Excavators | Unrated
The multifunctional loader is a very important self-hauling construction machinery. With the excellent mobility and adaptability to working condition, this kind of loader is almost used by all earth work construction on a small scale; so far the multifunctional loader at home and abroad is now being designed and developed under a new direction for light weight, flexibility, multifunction, intelligence, energy conservation and environmental protection. Application Cases: Industry. Racoon Skid steers, compact excavator and mini wheel loader have wide application in industrial area. Besides larger output power and reliable and compatible power system, Racoon also provides complete attachments, which can help customers to experience the convenience and boon. Agriculture. The requirement of modern agriculture for the mechanization is increased gradually, especially for the Mini construction machinery, which perform well in the complex environment, and make the former heavy work easier.
» New technology in the excavator industry
By super admin | Published 06/15/2012 | Compact Excavators | Unrated
Over the last 18 months there have been numerous new excavator launches in Europe and North America in response to Stage IIIB (Europe) and Interim Tier 4 (US) regulations on exhaust emissions. The laws now apply to diesel engines from 56 kW to 560 kW, which translates to excavators from 10 tonnes to over 100 tonnes. Those weight classes of course cover the most popular sizes of excavator used in the construction industry, particularly earth moving, quarrying and civil engineering applications. Machines light than this fall into the compact excavator category, and tend to be used on smaller-scale urban projects. Machines over 100 tonnes tend to be used for mining. So if you're a construction contractor or rental company looking to buy a new excavator in Europe or the US at the moment, no matter which brand you go for, the chances are it will be a Stage IIIB/Tier 4 Interim machine. It is not a foregone conclusion though. Flexibility provisions in the laws, which are designed to ease the transition for manufacturers, mean there are still 'old stage' machines, with the previous Stage IIIA/Tier 3 engines in them being sold. But as time goes on these machines will work their way through the supply chain to be replaced by the newer models.
» Takeuchi Announces new Dealership in Alberta, Canada
By super admin | Published 06/12/2012 | Compact Excavators | Unrated
Takeuchi-US has announced W.R. Scott Equipment Ltd. as the latest addition to the Takeuchi dealer network in North America. As a full service equipment distributor, W.R. Scott will represent the full line of Takeuchi compact earthmoving equipment. W.R. Scott Equipment Ltd. was founded by W.R. Scott, when he opened the first branch in Edmonton, Alberta in 1967. The 40 year old family-owned company has expanded over the years into three branch locations; Edmonton, Airdrie/Calgary, and Red Deer. Specializing in the sales, rental and service of compact equipment, W.R. Scott Equipment Ltd. will expand their current equipment offering with the full Takeuchi line.
» Gehl gets moving with Yanmar
By super admin | Published 06/12/2012 | Compact Excavators | Unrated
The first container load of Japanese-built Yanmar compact excavators is soon to arrive in the US following the North American sales alliance agreed between Manitou and Yanmar earlier this year. In a separate development, production of Manitou's rough terrain forklifts is being shifted to the Gehl facility in Waco, Texas, US. Currently, these models are built both in France and the US. The Yanmar excavators will be sold by Manitou under the Gehl and Mustang brands in North America. Previously, Manitou/Gehl sold Wacker Neuson excavators in North America. The Yanmar alliance is a two-way arrangement, with the first Gehl-built skid steers and compact tracked loaders also now on their way to Yanmar for sale in North America under the Yanmar brand, said Dan Miller, president of Manitou's Compact Equipment division, which includes the Gehl and Mustang brands.
» The Fishing Report — June 1, 2012
By super admin | Published 06/9/2012 | Cold Planers | Unrated
EAGLE LAKE — The lake opened with light crowds due to the weather, but those that showed up caught plenty of fish averaging fish 2 1/2 pounds. This was a typical Eagle Lake opener thanks to that last minute cold front. SHASTA LAKE — There’s been a good king salmon bite with fish up to 5 pounds in the Sacramento arm on big hoochies. Warmer weather coming up will move the trout down to about 30 and kings from 60 to 100 feet. Bass are taking plastics out to 20 feet but the topwater bite is also picking up. EUREKA — Stellar salmon fishing continued all week. Wednesday was the toughest day, although many still scored limits. A big 57-pound Pacific Halibut was caught aboard the Sea Weasel 2 skippered by Capt. Gary Blasi. NORTHEASTERN WATERS LAKE ALMANOR — Some days anglers limited and some days they didn’t, but the fish caught have been providing good battles. The east shore and west Peninsula still has insect hatches happening but no Hex activity yet. Most boats were trolling from the A-frame to Rec. 1 to get out of the wind. But when there’s no wind, Almanor West or the east shore are the places to be working. BATTLE CREEK RESERVOIR--Fishing has been hot but with little pressure. Worms and floating baits have been very productive and limits of 12- to 15-inch rainbows are common. Some browns are also starting to hit as well. The rocky shores around the campground were popular as well other parts of the west shore. No word yet as to when the California Department of Fish and Game will plant LAKE BRITTON — Crappie in the 10- to 12-inch size and smallmouth bass fishing was still good here. BAUM LAKE — Crowds put the pressure on here, but the water is in good shape and the fishing was fair. CASSEL FOREBAY--Closed until further notice for repairs. All water has been drained into the natural creek channel that flows into Baum Lake in order to work on structural repairs. FALL RIVER---River conditions are low but insects such as Pale Morning Duns and Blue Winged Olives are coming off in flurries, so the fishing has been good one second and cold the next. MANZANITA LAKE--Fewer reports as colder weather and higher winds kept a lot of anglers off of the water. The fish are there, all we need are a bit warmer days to take advantage of cruising fish. Golden olive streamers have been producing, so continue to fish streamer patterns. This lake has special restrictions so be sure and read the regulations. MCCLOUD RIVER — Water conditions are great and the fishing has been fairly good with the dry fly action good for anglers mid-day and into the afternoons when the hatches go off. PIT RIVER — Fishing has been good and a lot of different fly patterns have been working throughout the day.
» Duncan dominates Bay Mills Can-Am Challenge
By super admin | Published 06/9/2012 | Cold Planers | Unrated
Brimley, Mich. — By SCOTT BRAND THE EVENING NEWS BRIMLEY — Scott Duncan of Antioch, Ill., parlayed 15 fish over three days weighing a total of 54.97 pounds into a $40,000 in cold, hard cash in the 2012 Anglers Insight Marketing (AIM) Bay Mills Casino Can-Am Challenge. Cold and hard were also apt descriptions for the 61 professional anglers and their co-anglers over the three-day tournament as hellacious winds and falling rains made life miserable even for those catching fish. On Day 1 — Thursday — more than half the best walleye anglers from the United States and Canada went home without a single fish. Ten of the 61 registered anglers drew blanks on all three days of the tournament and a dozen more professional spent three days on the water to boat a single fish. Pat Neu of Forestville, Wis., was one of those anglers having a difficult time in the event coming up empty on days one and two. Rough weather forced him to seek shelter in Brimley Bay on the third day of the tournament where he suffered additional heartbreak when multiple fish came "unbuttoned" before they could be netted. But a lone fish — measuring over 30 inches with an estimated weight of 11.63 pounds — changed Neu's fortunes propelling him into 21st place. It was his only fish in three days on the water and the biggest of the tournament. The winning recipe for four of the top five anglers came in an area known as "The Horseshoe." Local angling expert and owner operator of Wild Bill's Bait and Tackle Dave Atkinson, explained the hot bite came in an area of Lake George upriver of the "The Bowling Alley," a series of floating cans marking the channel on the east side of Sugar Island.
» AMD gooses the clocks on 'Bulldozer' Opterons
By super admin | Published 06/8/2012 | Bulldozers | Unrated
Chip giant Intel has hogged all of the headlines lately in the server racket lately, and Advanced Micro Devices this morning is trying to get a word in edge-wise with some clock speed bumps on its "Bulldozer" family of processors for server with one, two, or four sockets. Don't get too excited, though. This is not a rev on the Bulldozer core or anything like that, but rather just the normal deep bin sorting that AMD always does a few months after the initial release of a chip - as the wafer baking process matures and, generally, as a reaction to whatever Intel is doing at the time. The Opteron 4200 (for servers with one or two sockets) and 6200 (for servers with two or four sockets) launched in November, ahead of Intel's "Sandy Bridge" Xeon E5 assault in March and April and got the jump on Intel at the low-end with its Opteron 3200s for single-socket microservers in March, ahead of the Intel "Ivy Bridge" Xeon E3-1200 v2.
» Backhoes, bulldozers make a popular detour to COSI
By super admin | Published 06/8/2012 | Bulldozers | Rating:
COSI Columbus will soon resemble a construction zone, thanks to the annual “Science of Big Machines” exhibit. Backhoes, dump trucks and bulldozers will stand out among the attractions when the exhibit opens on Saturday and as it continues through June 17.“It’s a really popular event,” said Jaclyn Reynolds, COSI spokeswoman.“For a lot of people, if they come to COSI over the summer, this or Farm Days will be when they come.” COSI and the Ohio Contractors Association have staged the event for 11 years, said John Shaw, director of production and fabrication at COSI. “Through that partnership,” he said, “we probably have more than 30 companies involved through donation of equipment or volunteer hours.”The businesses will also supply cranes, rollers, concrete trucks and excavators, plus several smaller pieces of equipment. With some of the machines, participants will be invited to do more than just look.
» JCB launches powerful new machines
By super admin | Published 06/7/2012 | Backhoe Loaders | Unrated
UK-based manufacturer JCB has showcased a range of machines at the CTT/Conexpo show in Moscow, Russia, including new launches that specifically target the Russia/CIS market as well as developing countries in the Middle East, Africa and Latin America. The company unveiled its most powerful backhoe loader to date - the all-wheel steer 5CX - which is powered by a 120hp (88kW) Tier 2 JCB Dieselmax engine and boasts a 1.3m˛ shovel as standard. JCB's TorqueLock transmissions - which is fitted as standard - is said to produce fuel consumption savings of up to 25% compared to standard transmissions. Tim Burnhope, JCB's chief innovation and growth officer, said, "The 5CX has been designed as a flagship model for those markets that demand ultimate digging and loading performance.
» Fiat Industrial SpA : Fiat Industrial supports population impacted by earthquake
By super admin | Published 06/7/2012 | Backhoe Loaders | Unrated
In support of the population that was severely impacted by the earthquake in the Emilia region of Italy, Fiat Industrial has launched a series of special interventions to help those communities and companies in difficulty. In particular, under the coordination of the Italian Civil Protection Department, CNH and Iveco have offered the Italian Civil Protection Department an emergency-rescue unit consisting of construction machinery, mobile service vans, parts, mechanics and operators. The emergency-rescue unit is currently operating autonomously and comprises 12 earth moving machines, including light (telehandlers, mini excavators, skid steer loaders and backhoe loaders) and heavy (excavators, wheel loaders) equipment from the New Holland brands, 5 Iveco mobile service vans and Iveco trucks for transporting rubble, as well as 20 operators and mechanics, including personnel from CNH and its dealer network. Furthermore, to strengthen its commitment within the three companies of the Group, Fiat Industrial has initiated a fundraising effort among employees, which will contribute directly to the restoration of sites and houses in the communities affected by the earthquake.
» Asphalt company owner fighting stop-work notice
By super admin | Published 06/6/2012 | Asphalt & Concrete Equipment | Unrated
The owner of an asphalt recycling company has hired a lawyer and is fighting an order from the Town of Gander (Newfoundland & Labrador) that work at his site on Garrett Drive cease immediately.Paul Walsh, owner of Atlantic Asphalt, received notice from the Town May 24 his operation in the industrial park is “in violation of the Municipalities Act, the Urban and Rural Planning Act, and in non-compliance with the Town of Gander Land Use Zoning, Subdivision and Advertisement Regulations.”
» Foyt: Detroit return a hit despite some bumps in the road
By super admin | Published 06/6/2012 | Asphalt & Concrete Equipment | Unrated
Foyt: Detroit return a hit despite some bumps in the road Bumps in the road. At the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix this weekend, there were a few of those, but, as racers everywhere understand, you don't give up and you don't give in.The race returned to Belle Isle for the first time since 2008, and once again the island was changed from a park into a racetrack. The peaceful setting seemed at odds with the roar of the race cars which claimed at least one unlucky squirrel who wandered onto the track during a practice session. Hats off to Penske Group for bringing the race back to a city that has definitely taken the brunt of the country's economic troubles on the chin. It gave those folks something to look forward to and cheer about. The sellout crowd welcomed us back, and fans seemed really happy to have the race in their city. STORY: IndyCar takes nervous first steps in return to 1.5-miler For our ABC Supply team, it was the first race we finished since April 1. When Mike Conway has finished, he's finished in the top 10. He has driven the wheels off our Honda-powered No. 14 car but a series of unfortunate things happened, so he hasn't had the results to show for it. His ninth place in Detroit doesn't sound like much, but it gave us something to cheer about too.
» Articulated Dump Truck features top speed of 34.2 mph.
By super admin | Published 06/5/2012 | Articulated Trucks | Unrated
Powered by 6-cylinder interim Tier 4 compliant diesel engine with gross power output of 365 hp, Model DA30 delivers 1,381 lb-ft gross torque at 1,300 rpm. Transmission offers 8 forward and 4 reverse speeds. Agile undercarriage, designed to ensure that all 6 wheels are in permanent contact with ground, means truck can operate on very rough and soft terrain. Articulation hinge is positioned behind turning ring to provide equal weight distribution to front wheels, even during maximum turning.
» Nigeria: Tragedy Again On Lagos/Ibadan Expressway - Tanker Fire Burns 24 Vehicles
By super admin | Published 06/5/2012 | Articulated Trucks | Unrated
It was another tragic day On Lagos/Ibadan expressway, yesterday, as 24 vehicles were burnt after an articulated vehicle carrying fuel fell and caught fire. In the resultant gridlock, thousands of passengers, including the wife of the governor of Oyo State, Mrs Florence Ajimobi, and a former deputy speaker of Ogun State House of Assembly, Hon. Ayo Odugbesan, were held for between five and twelve hours. Odugbesan told Sunday Vanguard, last night, that he left Lagos around 5 a.m. heading to Abeokuta but didn't reach his destination until 11 a.m. Yesterday's tragedy at Danco village came less than 48 hours after another fuel-laden articulated truck last control in Ibafo axis of the Lagos-Ibadan expressway, setting several vehicles ablaze and killing about five persons.
» New Load Lift from Penny Hydraulics for maximum working loads of up to 500kg
By super admin | Published 06/4/2012 | Hydraulic Lifts | Unrated
The new Load Lift 500 from Penny Hydraulics is a light and compact platform lift for maximum working loads of up to 500kg that can be fitted inside the rear or side doors of a van to provide users with highly versatile handling capabilities across a wide range of service, delivery and engineering applications. It complements the existing model with 250kg maximum working load and has been introduced to meet customer demand for increased capacity and meet the requirements of fleet tenders which stipulate 500kg performance for tail lifts and similar devices. Items such as packs, cases, roll cages, trolleys and pallets can all be handled easily with the Load Lift 500. When fitted inside the rear doors of a van the device performs a similar role to a conventional tail lift. Mounted inside the side door of a delivery vehicle it offers an excellent alternative in applications where a tail lift would be unsafe or impractical such as congested urban areas or when parking spaces are too short for convenient access to the rear doors. In each case the device fully retracts the load in to the vehicle with no need for manual handling or lifting. The load can then be rolled off the platform into the load space or left in position for secure and safe stowage and transportation.
» Oklahoma public pool operators rush to get lifts before deadline under new rules
By super admin | Published 06/4/2012 | Hydraulic Lifts | Unrated
Public swimming pool operators are racing to meet Monday’s deadline to provide easier pool access for disabled users, but a lack of equipment and confusion over the rules has left many pool managers scratching their heads. A new handicapped insertion chair is shown Thursday at Pelican Bay Aquatic Center in Edmond. Photo By Paul Hellstern, The Oklahoman MULTIMEDIA PHOTOview all photos Article Gallery: Oklahoma public pool operators rush to get lifts before deadline under new rules Some companies said they have forked over thousands of dollars to buy hydraulic pool lifts in order to meet the new federal standards. Others have reluctantly placed orders with hopes the requirements will go away.
» Equipment charred while thinning trees
By super admin | Published 05/11/2012 | Feller Bunchers | Unrated
A $250,000 piece of logging equipment, known as a feller/buncher, caught fire while cutting and stacking trees off of Tizer Lake Road Friday morning, setting off a small blaze. Pat McKelvey, assistant chief for the Clancy Volunteer Fire Department, said the equipment operator desperately tried to put out the flames on the equipment and emptied three or four extinguishers before realizing they were no match for the combination of hydraulic fluids, gas, oil, pine needles and wood chips on the feller/buncher. Luckily, however, the crew had a bulldozer on site and used it to plow a line around the blazing machine, removing other nearby flammable material and keeping the fire from spreading, McKelvey said.
» Deere & Company : World's First Prototype for Walking Forest Machine at John Deere Pavilion
By super admin | Published 04/14/2012 | Feller Bunchers | Rating:
The Walking Harvester, the world's first prototype for a walking forest machine, is now on display at the John Deere Pavilion. MOLINE, Illinois (April 10, 2012) - Now on display at the John Deere Pavilion in Moline, Ill., is the Walking Harvester - the world's first prototype for a walking forest machine. Only one of two in existence, the walking harvester was designed by John Deere's research and development unit in Finland in the 1990s but was ahead of its time and never reached the production phase.
» JOHN DEERE ADDS 9-LITER ENGINE TO HARVESTERS AND FELLER BUNCHERS
By super admin | Published 04/14/2012 | Feller Bunchers | Unrated
John Deere recently announced the addition of a 9-liter John Deere PowerTech Plus 6090H Engine to its 700-Series Tracked Harvester and 700-Series Tracked Feller Bunchers as a replacement for the existing 8.1-liter engine.
» Role of Millat Tractors in auto industry
By super admin | Published 01/9/2012 | Industrial Tractors | Unrated
Millat Group is Pakistan's leading engineering concern in automobile sector and has a history that spans almost half a century.
» Mahindra sells 15315 tractors in December 2011 in India
By super admin | Published 01/9/2012 | Industrial Tractors | Unrated
Mahindra & Mahindra's Farm Equipment Sector (FES) has continued to lead the tractor industry in December 2011. M&M was able to sell a total of 15315 units in December 2011 as compared to 15135 vehicles during the same month last year.
» Doosan New Generation Large Wheel Loader
By super admin | Published 01/5/2012 | Wheel Loaders | Unrated
All new generation Doosan large wheel loaders are equipped with load-sensing controlled, variable hydraulic piston pumps, improving performance and reducing fuel consumption.  With load sensing, the hydraulic pumps receive a signal from the MCV informing how much oil is needed.  This helps to save on engine performance.
» Asia-Pacific Gets a Lift in Industrial Hydraulics
By super admin | Published 01/5/2012 | Hydraulic Lifts | Unrated
The world market for hydraulic components used in industrial applications is expected to reach nearly $9 billion by the end of this year, bringing numbers back to 2008 levels. The hydraulic component market recovered almost two-thirds of those revenues with a 2.5% gain in 2010, and looks to be growing an additional 13% this year, according to IMS Research.
» Unique National Crane NBT55
By super admin | Published 01/5/2012 | Hydraulic Cranes | Unrated
Oilfield trucking and hauling company Trans Carrier, based in Canada, added a unique National Crane NBT55 boom truck to its fleet.
» CNH to build China plant to produce tractors, harvesters
By super admin | Published 01/3/2012 | Harvesters | Unrated
CNH Global, which manufactures farm tractors in Racine, said Tuesday it will spend $90 million to build a manufacturing plant in Harbin in northeast China.
» Turkmenistan receives German harvesters
By super admin | Published 01/3/2012 | Harvesters | Unrated
The Claas Company (Germany) has delivered another shipment of 270 grain harvesters to Turkmenistan, Trend reports.
» Eco Balance for Jungheinrich Forklift Truck Fleet MOT certified
By super admin | Published 01/2/2012 | Forklift Trucks | Unrated
TUV North has certified the product eco balance - a systematic analysis of environmental effects of products during their entire life cycle (manufacture, utilisation and refurbishment) - according to ISO 14040. This makes the Hamburg company the first in the branch to receive such an MOT certificate. The balance states that Jungheinrich( http://www.jungheinrich.com ) has lowered the CO2 emission in its traditional product segments by more than 25% during the last ten years.
» Forklift Truck for Heavy Lifting
By super admin | Published 01/2/2012 | Forklift Trucks | Unrated
Nissan Forklift Corp. has added the GO6 Series, which has a larger lifting capacity coupled with a fuel-efficient diesel engine, to its Platinum line. According to the company, the trucks are further characterized by:
» NACCO Introduces New Brand Forklift Truck
By super admin | Published 12/31/2011 | Forklift Trucks | Unrated
NACCO Materials Handling Group is pleased to announce the introduction of a range of UTILEV™ brand forklift trucks into certain markets, which provides an attractive option for users across many industries who require materials handling equipment but may not need advanced functionality.
» Most users confused about forklift truckThorough Examinations
By super admin | Published 12/31/2011 | Forklift Trucks | Rating:
A survey of companies owning and operating forklift trucks has found that 93% do not understand what is covered by Thorough Examinations, the forklift equivalent of an MOT. Most are unclear about what is included and who is responsible for ensuring trucks conform to legislation.
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