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A4 JULY9,2018 EQUIPMENTJOURNAL.COM @EQUIPJOURNAL When construction season kicks off, so does the com- plaining. Regardless of where you live, you’ve likely read a local news story of busi- ness owners furiously condemning nearby con- struction that is impeding potential customers from entering their store or res- taurant. And their anger is legit- imate. Although the project will almost certainly benefit the merchant in the fu- ture, trenches, fences and machinery are an obvious barrier to success. And the fact construction usually synchronizes with the sea- son of peak foot traffic only fuels their anger.
Montreal has created a solution to help mitigate the beef between business and government construc- tion sites. Montreal Mayor Valérie Planterecentlyannounced the city will earmark $25 milliontoassistbusinesses affected by construction work carried out by the municipality. The city’s merchants will be able to apply for compensation up to $30,000, if their business is disrupted by municipal construction projects. As well, the funding is retro- active to Jan. 1, 2016 and available until the end of 2021. “It is a very positive and strong move in telling mer- chants,‘wewantyoutostay alive, of course, and keep your business up while we aredoingconstructionthat will benefit you in the long term,’” Plante told the CBC. Montreal is expected to have a system in place for merchants to apply for restitutionthisfall.Toqual- ify, business owners must prove that construction work caused them to lose business.
TheCanadianFederation of Independent Business (CFIB) was one of the first organizations to applaud the city’s compensation program.Inarecentreport, theCFIBoutlinedthatsince 2012, up to 65,000 busi- nesses have been seriously affected by infrastructure projects. As well, the federation has called upon Canadian municipalities to offer compensation, develop mitigation strategies and appoint business liaison officers for future projects. “We commend Montreal for showing leadership on this issue and encourage other municipalities to follow its example,” said Simon Gaudreault, CFIB director of economic af- fairs.
“Extended roadwork can have devastating effects on small businesses, which often lose sales, have to borrow or relocate to sur- vive, or even close down altogether.” While Montreal’s ap- proach may not solve the problem, and will likely attract criticism, the city is at least making an effort to build bridges between two important elements of its economy. BillTremblay//Editor firstname.lastname@example.org Montreal sets an example for all municipalities LETTER FROM THE EDITOR email@example.com • 1 877 641 8355 MERLO IS THE MOST PRODUCTIVE•COMPACT•SAFEST•COMFORTABLE•FUELEFFICIENT TELEHANDLER MERLO IS THE MOST PRODUCTIVE•COMPACT•SAFEST•COMFORTABLE•FUELEFFICIENT TELEHANDLER
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A7 JULY9,2018 EQUIPMENTJOURNAL.COM @EQUIPJOURNAL The JCB Dancing Diggers recently made an appearance in Canada to help celebrate the company’s customers. The hydraulic dance troupe performed at MooreJCB’sannualCustomerAppreciation Day, held at the company’s St. Laurent, Quebec location on June 6. Lance Stroll, a Williams Martini racing driver, also made an appearance at the celebration. The JCB display team (known as the Dan- cingDiggers)tourshowsandcelebrationsto demonstrate the unusual ways in which the company’sbackhoescansupportthemselves or manoeuvrer.
The machines used are stock 3CX back- hoes and the only modifications are the temporary pyrotechnics devices attached with a magnetic base. To avoid transporting machines around the world, the team uses the dealers’ stock machines when performing at dealership events. The four-person Dancing Diggers team featured two drivers were from the United Kingdom and two from Savannah, Georgia. TheideafortheJCBdisplayteamwasborn in1962,whenJosephBamfordorchestrated the first ‘up and over’ manoeuvrer, where fourJCBbackhoesliftedthemselvesontheir hydraulicsarmstocreateabridge,whilethe company Cadillac drove underneath. The stunt was developed to show off the power and versatility of the backhoe con- figuration.
Over the years, the show has evolved into a gymnastic routine by the company’s display team. If we don’t stock it we will find it for you. WANTED USED GEN. SETS, INDUSTRIAL AND MARINE ENGINES USED & RESTORED PARTS Dependable Alternative Toromont Rebuilt and Used Generator Sets. If you don’t see what you want, call me and I’ll get it for you. A transformer can be used to reduce 600 to 480 volts. For pictures please visit: www.toromontpowersystems.com Engines • Various 3412 core engines available. Call for Pricing RecentArrivals • 330B Rebuilt Swing drive p/n 114 1441 . $ 6950 exchange • 938, 950, 962 GP buckets, new take off’s $ 6200 and up • New CAT 420 pin on front buckets, c/w bolt on edge . $ 950 ea • Numerous Fusion couplers, IT couplers all new take off’s . $ 1800 ea • 446D Side Dump new Cat unused 1.25 cu yd . $ 16,500 • 430E 30’’ rear bucket, new CAT . $ 1800 • Numerous Hydraulic cylinders rebuilt, Excavator and loader.
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CONTACT US TODAY! 1-800-268-0182 INFO@ALDENEQUIPMENTINC.COM Withover45yearsofexperienceowningandoperating excavators and hydraulic attachments, we: WHY RENT FROM ALDEN? Deliver equipment to site on-time and ready to work. Minimize downtime with strict inspection & maintenance. An apprentice from Toromont Cat’s Peter- borough, Ontario location has won gold in the Heavy Equipment Service category at the 2018 Skills Ontario Competition. On May 8, Toromont apprentice Kaleb Czyruk joined more than 2,300 other par- ticipants in about 70 skilled trades and technology contests.
During the competition, several stations were set up with a variety of challenges such as electrical system troubleshooting, hydraulic system troubleshooting, engine troubleshooting,powertraintroubleshooting and precision measuring. Each competitor was evaluated on their ability to work safely, solve problems, re- cord accurate measurements and follow documented procedures. At the end of the competition,whenallthescoresweretallied, Czyruk placed first overall to take home the gold medal. Toromont Cat and Battlefield Equipment supported the provincial leg of the compe- tition by providing three CAT 924K wheel loaders and three judges.
Winning the gold medal allowed Czyruk to represent Ontario and Toromont Cat at the2018SkillsCanadaNationalCompetition (SCNC) in Edmonton on June 6. Atnationals,Czyruktookthebronzemedal giving Ontario a podium finish. “Having technologically driven skills and digitalliteracyskillsisbecomingincreasingly important for careers in these sectors, and through SCNC we are able to raise aware- ness of these evolving occupations” , said Shaun Thorson, Chief Executive Officer of Skills Canada. Team Ontario is the largest team at the Skills Canada National Competition, send- ing a competitor for every contest area in secondary and post-secondary levels. This year, the Ontario team won 36 medals in 44 contests, including 15 gold medals, 16 silver medals and five bronze.
The purpose of SCNC is to engage Can- adian youth and promote the careers that are available to them in the skilled trades and technologies. It is the only national multi-trade and technology event of its kind for young students and apprentices in the country. SCNC 2018 also represents a qualifying year where the two highest-ranking age eligible competitors in 28 identified Skill AreasatSCNCareselectedtotakepartinthe next stage of the WorldSkills Team Canada Selection Process. ToromontCatapprenticewinsgoldat SkillsOntariocompetition
A10 JULY9,2018 EQUIPMENTJOURNAL.COM @EQUIPJOURNAL By Lee Padgett, Takeuchi-US product manager Hydraulics are the heart and soul of your machine. Over the last several years, hydraulics have become more sophisticated with better per for mance through larger pumps and higher pressures. And some machines maintain performance with less horsepower due to Tier 4 emission regulations. Not only do hydraulics now feature higher quality components for improved liftingcapacityandbreakout forces, but they also make more versatile machines. That versatility starts with attachments.
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A11 JULY9,2018 EQUIPMENTJOURNAL.COM @EQUIPJOURNAL performance. The capacity to connect a multitude of attachments continues to advanceintheindustrywith stronger hydraulics, as well as attachment-friendly de- signs and features. Improvement — even in the last five years — is evident. For example, the auxiliary hydraulics in Take- uchi’slargerexcavatorswere recently improved with the addition of dual hydraulic circuits. Now, attachments, such as a hydraulic breaker, can mount on the excavator withoutdetachinghydraulic lines.
Therightflow Multiple attachment presets on Takeuchi excav- ators can dial in proper flow adjustments for optimal at- tachmentperformancefrom thecomfortoftheoperator’s station multi-informational display. The biggest item to keep in mind when purchasing an attachment to pair with your machine is the recom- mended flow requirements. Avoid making mistakes like operatingthemachineatfull throttle as it could surpass the maximum settings of the attachment. Over time, excessive flow wears and damages the attachment, seals, components and hoses.
Attachments may add efficiency to a jobsite. Pick out the right attachments for your lineup and you can turn one machine into an all-encompassing versatile monster. If you do not yet possess multiple attach- ments, you may be missing out on the opportunity to expand your business. Keepinghydraulicsclean It is important to perform regular maintenance and safeguard the hydraulic sys- tem from even the smallest contaminates. Like emis- sions compliant diesel engines, today’s more re- finedhydrauliccomponents are highly sensitive to con- tamination.
Contamination will al- most certainly shorten the life of or completely wipe out hydraulic components, depending on how much and what variety. To protect sensitive components, prac- tice routine maintenance for everything from filters to fluid testing. In addition to routine maintenance, cleanliness is also important when swap- ping out attachments. Keep dirt and other contaminates from getting into the system by cleaning attachment fit- tings on both the machine and attachment side before connecting. Clean the refill cap and surrounding area beforereplenishinghydraul- ic fluid.
We recommend con- necting only new hydraulic attachmentstoyourmachine or ones already in your line- up. Otherwise, you may be introducing contaminated oil into your machine’s sys- tem by using an unfamiliar attachment. Unless you are willingtotakethetimetotest the hydraulic fluid already stored in the attachment, you should be aware of the potential consequences. Maintenanceschedule Daily Routine: · · Check fluid levels · · Look for damaged lines, cylinders and hydraulic leaks around the ma- chine.
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A12 JULY9,2018 EQUIPMENTJOURNAL.COM @EQUIPJOURNAL While The Sarjeant Company has helped construct Simcoe County for nearly 130 years, the company is now helping to build its local arts community. For the last eight years, the Barrie, On- tario-based concrete supply company has partnered with the MacLaren Art Centre for The Sarjeant Company Design Project. Through the program, high school art stu- dents in the Muskoka and Simcoe regions are invited to create a revolving image to decorate the drum of the company’s con- crete trucks.
Mike MacMillan, manager of IT and de- velopmentatSarjeant,explainedtheproject helps bring art into an unusual venue. “Jobsites are not generally a place where you would see artwork. These trucks really doaddquiteabitofbeauty,”MacMillansaid. Each year, new artwork is selected from students at three high schools for three of the company’s trucks. So far, more than 600 artistshaveenteredtheirworkintothecom- petition, with the work of 31 students being featuredonSarjeant’sfleetofconcretetrucks. “There’sacertainsenseofprideourdrivers have, because these machines look great, they’re very impressive,” MacMillan said, whoisalsoaboardmemberfortheartcentre.
“This has really become a part of our brand, andourcustomerscommentonthedifferent trucks and the new designs.” Christina Mancuso, education officer at the MacLaren Art Centre, explained the partnership with Sarjeant is a perfect fit for the centre’s mandate to “bring people to art and art to people.” “It’s art in unexpected places. Art doesn’t have to be on the wall of a gallery and stay there, it goes out into the world,” she said. TheprojectisthebrainchildofScottElliott, CEO of The Sarjeant Company. At first, Elliott tried to recruit artists to paint on the actual drums.
“Due to how tall the trucks are, and a number of health and safety problems with enclosed spaces, it wasn’t really practical,” MacMillan said. However, around 2010, wrap technology began to gain popularity, and the cost of wrappingavehiclewithprintedvinylbegan to drop, created a viable avenue to decorate the trucks. Alongside creating a method to display art on the truck drums, the vinyl wrapping also helps protect the equipment. We’ve noticed it keeps the rust down on some of the drums,” MacMillan said. “Some ofthewrapsfrom2011arestillonthetrucks. They hold up very well.” Each year, MacLaren recruits a profes- sional artist from the region to assist the students in creating a design that is suitable foraconcretetruckdrum.Thestudentslearn Bringing beauty to Simcoe Countyjobsites
A13 JULY9,2018 EQUIPMENTJOURNAL.COM @EQUIPJOURNAL how to create a design that will work on a rotating drum. “The idea for the project is to create a design that is very vibrant, very graphic in that sense where you can see it from afar,” Mancuso said. “The design is cyclical, so it has no begin- ning or end.” Whentheartworkiscomplete,ajurycom- prisedofstafffromtheartcentreandSarjeant select the winning designs for the year. The artwork entered into the competition is displayed at the art centre and the finalists are invited to the gallery’s opening night. “Theexposureishugefortheartistandthe school.It’sawin-winforallpartiesinvolved,” Mancuso said.
“Andit’saprojectthatcontinuestoliveon. You see them throughout the community.” When the students arrive, the trucks, decoratedwiththewinningwork,areparked in front of the centre. “Then the students see their truck. They get super excited. They’re thrilled. The ex- citement level in the building is electric,” Mancuso said. As of this year, Sarjeant has worked with every public and catholic high school in the region. Aswell,thecompanyhasannounced the project has been extended indefinitely. While the program helps Sarjeant to fur- therextenditsrootsintothecommunity,it’s also a sense of pride within its staff. “Part of it is; who has art? You wouldn’t thinkofatruckdriver.Thisissomethingthey get to have that’s aesthetically pleasing and they get to be proud of it,” MacMillan said. “Each trucker has a story when they’re visiting a site. They’re proud of their trucks andthestudentsthatproducedthework.” John Deere Commercial Worksite Products will take your jobsite abilities to another level this year. It’s time to take on summer with equipment that delivers the power, productivity and features you need for an easier workday. Get the versatility and performance you need with multiple implements available! Augers | Pallet Forks | Buckets | Blades | Scrapers | Plus, many more! GreenTractors.ca HuronTractor.com HutchinsonFarmSupply.com PremierEquipment.ca GreenTech.ca WORKSITE WORKHORSES THAT NEVER QUIT For more information, stop by your nearest Ontario John Deere dealership or visit online.
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Theimpactfromthetariffs is not reflected in the most recent data. “These increases far out- stripped the 4.2 per cent rise in the price index for new construction, implying that contractors are facing a severe squeeze on costs for both ongoing and new projects,” Simonson said. “Moreover, tariffs imposed onsteelandaluminumsince this data was collected in mid-May are likely to drive contractors’costsstillhigher.” The producer price index for inputs to construction industries, goods—a meas- ure of all materials used in construction projects in- cluding items consumed by contractors,suchasconcrete products—rose 2.2 per cent inMayaloneand8.8percent over 12 months. The year- over-year increase was the steepest since July 2011. Even before tariffs took effect, construction of- ficials say the tariffs have triggered a surge of orders that mills say exceed their current capacity, a situation that threatens to produce construction delays, budget problems and possibly cancellations for future con- struction projects.
“Considering the impact themerethreatoftariffshave had on material prices and demand, prices are likely to increase further as the new trade restrictions come online,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the AGC’s chief executive officer. “Forcing contractors to pay more for materials and wait longer to receive them will make construction more costly and slower.” Sales • Rentals • Service Call: 1-855-625-0941• WWW.CRDCREIGHTON.COM ON Mississauga • Washago • Timmins • Sudbury • Oshawa • Ottawa • Kingston QC Boisbriand • Rouyn NB Moncton NS Dartmouth DEMOLITION ROBOTS Stay Safe Stay Productive All models will fit through any 32”opening Dozens of pieces of historical construction equipment came out of retirement on June 9 and 10 for Wheels and Tracks in Motion, hosted by the Historical Construction Equipment Association Canada (HCEA Canada). TheHCEACanadaeventwelcomedabout1,800peopleto the Simcoe County Museum in Minesing, Ont. throughout the two-day demo.
Theeventisoneofthelargestdisplaysofworkinghistorical construction equipment in Canada. The museum grounds and adjacent gravel pits hosted dozens of pieces of heritage equipment, including steam powered equipment, tractors, vintage road building, rock crushing, grading and hoisting machines. The HCEA’s next public exhibit returns in the fall with the Last Blast at the museum on Oct. 13. TariffsarealreadytakingatollonconstructioncostssaysAGC A 1930s Caterpillar Model 30 crawler tractor owned and restored by HCEA CanadaDirectorPaulLevittofCarryingPlace,Ontario.
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A15 JULY9,2018 EQUIPMENTJOURNAL.COM @EQUIPJOURNAL Doosan has revamped its DA30-5 articulated dump truck (ADT) to include numerous performance and productivity updates. A significant develop- ment in the new DA30-5 ADT — rated in the popular 30-metric-ton size class — is a new front suspension. The front suspension has been updated to a hy- dro-gas,self-levellingsystem to provide greater shock ab- sorption. “A number of customers said improvements were needed on the front sus- pension. The engineers took that and decided to utilize a similarconcepttotheDA40, said Doosan’s marketing managerAaronKleingartner. Combined, these suspen- sion system features allow for better driving comfort, especially when the truck is being driven empty on a construction jobsite or at a mining operation.
“When it’s empty, the characteristics of the ma- chine are vastly different, and a lot of time, the vehicle is empty,” Kleingartner said. From a technical stand- point, the truck’s hydro-gas cylinders are connected to pressure accumulators, and the accumulators and hy- draulic system replace the previous shock absorbers and a rubber spring. The suspension of the updated DA30-5includesaself-level- lingfeatureandtheabilityto changethecharacteristicsby adjusting the pressure. The DA30-5 cab interior was redesigned to provide betterergonomicsandmore operatorcomfort,takinginto consideration input from current owners and oper- ators. There are more than a dozen new features inside the completely new layout of the Doosan DA30-5 cab to enhance the driving ex- perience.
“Insidethecab,you’llreal- ly notice we’ve made a lot of strides to make it more comfortablefortheoperator,” Kleingartner said. Theseincludeanewdash- boardwithamodifiedshape and a soft-touch automotive material, making it easier to clean, and a high-quality finish and appearance. “The truck’s new monitor in the cab has bigger indi- cators for easier reading. User-friendly graphics and icons can be controlled by buttonsonthedisplaypanel, and the panel now has the capabilitytodisplaymultiple cameras views for increased visibility around the ADT. “As they’re driving, we want them focused on their environmentandworkarea,” Kleingartner said. “We also want to make sure they’re aware of how the machine is functioning.” UpdatestotheDA30-5pro- vide lower operating costs forownersastherearefewer service points with fewer oil types in the driveline and increasedintervalsfortrans- mission oil changes. “There’s one oil to stock. There’s one oil to keep on the shelf for the customer or dealer.Thishelpstoimprove serviceability,” Kleingartner said.
A new cab tilting system allows service technicians to lift and close the cab in a few minutes. As well, the truck is no longer built with rubber springs in the suspension, and there are only four rub- bercomponentsintheentire front and rear suspension. NewDA30-5safetyfeatures include a new control panel with a power cut off switch and a bright LED indication lampwhichindicateswhenit issafetoswitchoffthepower cutoff. In prior iterations of the DA30 ADT, the limited slipdifferentialwasoperated manually. Other features in- cludeaneweasy-to-uselever forretardersteering—anew, more precise brake system for increased sensitivity and performance—andanextra hand grip on the right-hand side.
OutoftheDoosanDA30-5 cab, a new all-round hand grip rail has been installed for improved safety for mov- ing round the outside of the truck for maintenance and cleaning tasks. A new paint scheme has beendesignedintheDA30-5 to better fit within the Doo- san equipment lineup. The trucks’ bottom structure is painted grey. “It’s very spe- cifically similar to wheel loaders introduced this year to really fortify our brand identity,” Kleingartner said. “Our brand identity team has really worked hard to change the look and feel of the machine.” Poweredbya370hpdiesel engine, the updated DA30-5 meets Tier 4 emission regu- lationsthroughtheSelective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) and Exhaust Gas Recircula- tion(EGR)technologies,with an electronic brake system, oneoffourbrakesystemson the trucks.
DoosantweaksitsDA30-5 articulateddumptruck VolvoConstructionEquipment introducesnextgencombinationrollers With the latest engine tech- nology and features that help to provide a dense, high-qualitymat,theCR30B and CR35B are developed for small-scale compaction projects. Built on the platform of previous models, the next-generation machines canbeusedinavarietyofap- plications,suchasdriveways, small paths, patchworks or shoulders on roads. The rollers use the high-frequency vibration of the front drum to achieve density targets, and the four pneumaticreartiresmanipu- latethecompactedmaterial, ensuringimpermeabilityand smoothness of the mat. Both models are pow- ered by a Kubota 49.6 hp low-emission, fuel-efficient engine, which meet Tier 4 Final emissions regulations and feature a passive re- generationsystemthatcleans the filters automatically. The filter cleaning capab- ility eliminates the need for the machine to stop or for operator input. Fuel use is also reduced via the option- al auto-idle feature, which reduces engine speed when controlsareinactiveformore than 60 seconds.
Consistentcompaction The CR30B and CR35B combination rollers offer consistent compaction due toahandfulofadvancedfea- tures,accordingtoVolvo.The auto-vibration feature auto- matically engages vibration when the machine reaches 2.4 km/h and disengages whenthespeeddropsbelow 1.9 km/h to reduce the risk of over-compaction. Tooptimizefinishedpave- mentquality,thedrumedges are chamfered and rounded to avoid marking the mat while rolling. The pressurized water spraying system and a sep- arate emulsion tank prevent material pick-up. As well, the operator can adjust the waterflowrateandemulsion flow rate independently, for greaterproductivityandease of use.
Ease of operation is en- hanced by the new side console and display, en- abling operators to make adjustments on the fly. Slidingseat The operator seat can also slide laterally according to individual preferences and jobsite requirements. For increased rolling pre- cision, the engine hood is sloped, offering a clear for- ward view of the jobsite, as well as unobstructed sight- lines down to the drum and spray bars. Moreuptime For improved uptime, the 300 litre water spraying system increases time be- tween refills, while the low positioning of the water and emulsiontanksenablethem tobequicklyandeasilyfilled from ground level.
The machines’ hinged hood provides clear access to the engine, hydraulics, fusesandrelaysforswiftand convenient servicing. Volvo also offers a range of solutions to optimize ma- chine uptime and reduce operating costs. The CR30B and CR35B are Tech Tool and MATRIS compatible, helping speed up diagnostic time. Since 1983 Central Diesel Service has specialized in DEUTZ. In fact, we’re proud to say “Nobody knows Deutz products better,” and we can prove it! CENTRAL DIESEL SERVICE Solid Service Since 1983 6604 Davand Dr., Mississauga, Ontario L5T 2M3 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 905-564-9444 Fax: 905-564-9313 We have the maintenance parts for new generation fully electronic engines.
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A17 JULY9,2018 EQUIPMENTJOURNAL.COM @EQUIPJOURNAL Caterpillar has announced the launch of two new Cat forest machine models — the 548 and the 548 LL — with increased horsepower, swing torque, lift capacity and tractive effort. The new Cat forest machines are versatile, pur- pose-built track machines that can be customized to performacompleterangeof tasks for forestry operations and contractors. The Cat 548 forestry ex- cavator is configured for forestry tasks ranging from road building and site prep- aration to processing logs roadside or at a landing. The Cat 548 LL is configured as a log loader and can per- formloghandlingtasks,such as shovel logging, loading, power clam/butt-n-top applications and millyard activities.
T h e m a c h i n e s a r e equipped with an enhanced hydraulic system to deliver morepower.Upsizedpumps, the layout of components, and back-to-back main control valve all optimize hydraulic oil flow. The hydraulic updates enable the 548 and 548 LL engine to run at a lower steadystaterpmwhilemaxi- mizing power. Operating at a lower rpm saves fuel and lowers operating costs. Atthesametime,theTier4 Finalengineandfeatureslike a variable pitch fan, variable power modes, automatic engine speed control, one- touch idle and boom and stickregenerationvalvesalso assistwithfuelconservation. Withautomaticenginespeed control,themachineswillre- vert automatically to a lower idlespeedwhenthereisalull in operation. Regeneration valvesminimizeoilrequired from the pump to maximize efficiency.
The 548 and 548 LL are powered by a Cat 204 hp C7.1 ACERT engine with increased horsepower that maintains maximum per- formance under load. Strong hydraulic horse- power allows the 548 and 548 LL to handle a variety of work tools. Analmost20percentboost in swing torque, depending on the model, provides more power to move trees, increasing production and efficiency. Heavy lift mode and other updates enable greater lift capacity to han- dle larger payloads with improved control, and trac- tiveefforthasimprovedbyas much as 13 per cent to allow efficientmanoeuvringwhen workingawayfromtheroad. With boom arrangements and hydraulic systems for specificapplications,the548 and 548 LL are optimized for road building, loading, processing, shovelling or millyard unloading and stacking.
New track options meet shovel logging and low groundpressureapplication requirements, while ground saw hydraulics are available for log loader applications. Inadditiontothestandard cab, a purpose-built proces- sorcaboptionisavailablefor both models, and two pre- miumrearentrycabchoices are available for the 548 LL. The Forest Machine cabs have features designed to reduce fatigue and keep operators working comfort- ably all day. An air ride seat, which is fully adjustable, includes heating and cooling cap- ability, and a bi-level air conditioner, heater and defroster keep the cab at a comfortable temperature. Other features include a sat- ellite radio, 12-volt power supply socket for charging, a larger monitor and LED lights.
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He attributes the company’s success todeliveringhigh-quality,cost-effective projectsthatarefinishedontimeandon budget. “I run a tight ship. The crew all get along and everyone is very metic- ulous on every project,” stated Vince. “We had very good success with Bob- cat® machines at a previous compa- ny so I contacted Gino Cervo, sales specialist for Bobcat of Toronto when Istartedmybusiness. ThefirstBobcat machine I purchased was the S220 skid-steer loader. I still have it and will never get rid of it! I now have 9 Bobcat machines: S220, S250, 463 compact skid-steer loaders, 331 and E85 com- pact excavators, and two T750, T450 and T770 compact track loaders. I have never had a real problem with any of them.” “My new Bobcat R-Series E85 com- pactexcavatorhasevenmorevisibility, greater clearance, has a quick attach, A/C,heat,radioandkeylessstartwhich is a big plus. Each operator gets their own code. I don’t have to worry about keys. The machine will also send sig- nals to both myself and the dealership when service is needed, etc. It saves timeandmymachinesfromdamage.” “Gino Cervo and Bobcat of Toronto’s service has been great. Gino and I are so close now, I was even at his wedding.” Thanks Vince. Left to right: Frank Sanchez, foreman for Valterra Landscaping for the past 10 years, Gino Cervo, sales specialist for Bobcat of Toronto and Vince Baggetta, owner of Valterra Landscaping take a break from their current sales pavillion landscape job to take a picture of Valterra’s newest Bobcat machines the new R-Series E85 compact excavator and the T770 compact track loader. TORONTO Bobcat of Toronto 416-679-4172 bobcatoftoronto.com HAMILTON Bobcat of Hamilton 905-643-3177 bobcatofhamilton.com TORONTO EAST Bobcat of Toronto 416-679-4171 bobcatoftoronto.com GREY BRUCE Bobcat of Grey Bruce 519-372-9100 bobcatoftc.com CASSELMAN Bobcat of Ottawa Valley 613-764-2033 bobcatofov.com OTTAWA Bobcat of Ottawa Valley 613-831-5166 bobcatofov.com “ I have never had a real problem with any of them.” CALL YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED BOBCAT DEALERS Thunder Creek Equipment has redesigned itsserviceandlubetrailer(SLT)toincludea new chassis and front-end design. As well, the SLT now includes expanded storage in the front and rear utility boxes, and a modular design that allows owners to add new features and components at any time after purchase.
Thetrailerfeaturesamodulartankdesign that is capable of holding 1,665 litres of fluid inuptoeighttankswithcombinationsof95, 208 and 416 litres. This can include tanks for diesel, engine or hydraulic oil, used oil reclamation, grease delivery, antifreeze or diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). “The Thunder Creek SLT provides a sig- nificantly lower total cost of ownership compared to full-sized lube trucks with similar capacities and functions,” said Luke VanWyk,generalmanagerofThunderCreek Equipment. “We give equipment managers the flexibility to customize their trailer with uptoeightfluids,plusseparatesolutionsfor DEFandgreaseinthenewlyexpandedfront and rear compartments.” The redesigned front-end provides an additional 378 litre DEF storage tank and Thunder Creek’s proprietary two-in-one closed DEF distribution system. This can either be included at the time of purchase or field installed at a later date. The new frontenclosureis23percentlargerthanthe previous model, and the rear utility box is 56 per cent larger. The enlarged spaces give owners the opportunity to add toolboxes, workbenches, grease delivery systems and added oil or fluid capacity. “Theabilityforownerstoeasilyfieldinstall many of these options after their purchase, such as the DEF system and the rear utility box, further allows the trailer to grow with their field service needs,” Van Wyk said. In addition to fluid delivery, the service and lube trailer is outfitted with a com- bination generator/air compressor or a three-in-onewelder/generator/aircompres- sor. This helps power pneumatic pumps for fluiddeliveryandotherjobsitetoolsneeded forfieldmaintenance.AnoptionalWorkSight light tower with LED lights is also available for performing service work at night. The service and lube trailer retains many ofthedesignfeaturesofthepreviousmodel, including 10-gauge steel tanks, interior LED lighting and the pneumatic pumping system with reels up to 23 metres long. The trailer can be purchased without the rear utility box and combination generator/air compressor for those who prefer to run the air off of their truck.
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A spacious cab comes equipped with an easy-to-navigate LCD monitor that lets the operator dial in a wealth of machine information and functionality. On the outside of the machine, LED lights connected to the reconfigured counter- weightrequirelessmaintenanceandincrease visibilityonthejobsite.Astandardbattery-dis- connect switch and larger handrail keep operator safety a priority. The 190G W is protected by a heavy-duty undercarriage and durable D-channel side frames. Added strength comes from welded bulkheadswithintheboomthatresisttorsion- al stress, tungsten-carbide thermal-coated arm surfaces and oil-impregnated bush- ings. An enlarged cover provides additional protection for the blade cylinder. As well, a reinforced outrigger cylinder further boosts component durability.
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“The MR 160 C, along with the rest of the Potain range, features all of the latest breakthroughs for the tower crane industry,” Le Besnerais said. “Theseincludequickset-upandconfiguration,improved performance,acompactfootprintandseveralotherfeatures thataresuretoimproveefficiencyandreturnoninvestment for our customers.” PotainMR160CtowercranemakesitsNorthAmericandebut Link-Belt Cranes is promising “a lot to like” about its soon- to-be-released348Series2,273-tonnelatticecrawlercrane. First shipments of the new 348 Series 2 will begin in the fourthquarterof2018,followingfinaltestingatthecompany’s Lexington, Kentucky facility.
The lattice crawler crane is equipped with a Cummins QSL 9 350 hp Tier 4 Final or Tier 3 engine option, which deliver power to a Kawasaki pump and motor package for fast, responsive, fingertip control providing simultaneous operation where it is needed. Dual swing motors provide dynamic control for the smooth free swing all Link-Belt HYLABS are known for. As well, the operator is able to dial swing speed with volume speed controls in the cab. Matching hydraulically driven main and auxiliary hoist drums utilize Link-Belt designed gear drives for either straight power-up or down auto-brake mode. As well, it’s able to incorporate an optional wet clutch free fall feature, if required.
New ultra-wide hoist drum laggings, an integral part of the drum itself, provide the standard 28 mm hoist rope an extra-large circumference, extending rope life and offering maximum line pull of 24,179 kg. The Series II ECO winch system improves upon fuel economy,resultinginloweroperatingcost,lessenginerpm under load and reduced emissions without compromising linepullwitha28mmrope.Whenactivatedbytheoperator, ECO hoist provides maximum line speed with lighter loads allwiththeengineunder1,000rpm.Also,standardequipped isoperator-selectableauto-engineshutdown,whichallows theenginetoshutdownautomaticallyafterextendedperiods of inactivity, so long as critical operating criteria are met. Cabin The crane operator is assisted by on-board high-resolu- tion winch-view, rear-view and non-cab side swing-view cameras to enhance jobsite visibility from within the cab. Inside operators will find a full LED system monitor and adjustable armchair-mounted controls. The ergonomic design offers the operator improved visibility, more room and a six-way adjustable seat.
An audio/visual travel and swing alarm system alerts crew members on the ground when the crane swings or travels.Thecapacitylimitermonitoringsystemprovidesthe operator with all lift information, and allows the operator to set swing and other control parameters creating virtual walls with audio, visual alarms and function kick out. The 348 Series 2 has telematics in place to give current data to forecast maintenance and service needs of the crane. Attachment The new attachment on the 348 Series 2 allows the heavy-duty boom top section to remain in place to tran- sition from conventional mode to luffing configuration, eliminating the need to change out tops. The maximum heavy-duty boom length is 91.4 metres and maximum heavy-duty jib combination is 73.1 metres plus 42.7metres.
The maximum long-range boom length is 108.2 metres and maximum long-range jib combination is 89.9 metres plus 42.7 metres. A maximum combination of 54.8 metres of luffing boom and 73.1 metres of luffing jib provides 128 metres of attachment and a tip height of 127.7 metres. In order to provide quick conversion from conventional style lifting to a luffing configuration, assembly has been simplified with the introduction of semi-bore weldments for pin locations; point of use storage provisions for all components; and stop cams for quick pin alignment. A new luffing jib transport package with lifting lugs sim- plifies and expedites luffer assembly.
Therearpostwillscissorintoplacebymeansofalignment links. Also, the transport package comes assembled with nylon rope reeving to assist with initial luffing jib wire rope hoist reeving. Once the rear post is in working position, all luffing jib pendant connections are made and the luffer is ready to be raised for work. All assembly is done from the ground with no work at height exposure. Variabletrackpositions Apairofpositiontrackgaugesofferownersvariabletrack positions depending on the application. The extended pos- itionprovidesawidebaseforoperationswhere6.71metres of space is available, and the retracted position reduces the footprint to 5.84 metres for tighter, more restricted environments.
Frontandrearlowercounterweightsfeaturehookandpin style car body design and consist of two stacked weights at the front and rear. The top counterweight slab weighs 7,711 kg and lower weighs 9,071 kg – fitting neatly between the side frames even in fully retracted gauge. The upper superstructure and lower carbody of the new 348Series2comprisethemaintransportload,requiringno undecking or assist crane. Transport Toaccommodatevaryingtransportregulationsthroughout North America, the 348 Series 2 is equipped with car body jacks and quick disconnects for lower hydraulics for quick and easy installation and removal of side frames when needed.Counterweightandlatticesectionsofthe348Series 2 are also configured for minimal overflow loads. A new counterweight removal system can lift up to (102,965 kg of upper counterweight.
B4 JULY9,2018 EQUIPMENTJOURNAL.COM @EQUIPJOURNAL JCB’s new 512-56 Loadall telescopic is the world’s first 5,440 kg telehandler that does not require a diesel particulate filter (DPF), diesel engine fluid (DEF) or any other engine after-treat- ment. Thenew512-56telehandler usestheprovenhigh-torque, 74 hp EcoMAX engine from the company’s popular 510-56 telehandler, with en- hancementstoachieve14per cent more available power and an 11 per cent increase in the machine’s power-to- weight ratio. “The 74-horsepower ver- sion of the 512-56 Loadall is the perfect machine for rental operations and large construction projects. It is the only machine on the market that can offer such impressive lift height and capacity without the oper- ating costs and hassle of engine after-treatment and regeneration,” said Andrea Whelan, vice president for direct sales at JCB North America.
“With JCB telehandlers commanding the highest resale values on the market, the512-56Loadalltelehand- ler has the potential to boost profits and productivity, es- pecially for fleet buyers.” The 512-56 Loadall fea- tures JCB’s U-pressed steel boom that requires fewer welds and results in fewer stress points, further en- hancing the strength and durability of the machine. Also, unique to JCB Loadall telehandlers are the 500- hour extended service intervals and simplified maintenance procedures, with all daily checks per- formed at ground level. LiveLinktelematics Maintenance planning is enhanced by JCB’s available LiveLink telematics system, which provides machine statusinformationtoremote devices.
JCB pioneered the tele- scopic handler in 1977. Today, the company has soldmorethan250,000units worldwide. The 512-56 Loadall adds to the growing range of 15 Loadall telehandler mod- els for the construction and rental industries — eight tool carriers and seven lift- and-place machines — with lift capacities ranging from 2,500 kg to 6,350 kg and lift heights from 6 metres to 20 metres. Get the EDGE Lease on a 4.3 yd3 HL960 for as low as per month† More standard features. More value. The Right Measure Of Performance And Value Built for severe-duty applications, Hyundai HL900 series wheel loaders deliver maximum performance, productivity and efficiency, and unmatched value.
Up to 5% greater productivity* Up to 10% more fuel-efficiency* 3-year or 3,000-hour warranty High-performance bucket Wider opening, curved side plates and enhanced spill guard ensure maximum capacity and reduced material loss. Standard onboard weighing system Accurate load- weight monitoring improves production management. Hyundai’s Hi-Mate® telematics Track and monitor your new Hyundai loader free for five years. www.hceamericas.com *Compared to Hyundai 9A series. †Payment based on 60-month Edge Lease for standard configuration HL960.
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Thegoodnews?Thesefalls are almost always prevent- able. Theproblemwithladders Therewillalwaysbeatime and place for ladders and when set up and used cor- rectly,theycanbeagreattool for getting high-reach work done. However, setup and usage is where the problems with ladders arise, and the resultofnotfollowingproper guidelinescanleadtoinjuries and costs. According to a Bureau of LaborStatisticsstudyof1,400 ladderaccidents,66percent who were injured had not been trained on how to in- spect and set up the ladder. It’s evident the idea that lad- dersareconvenientandshow up to the jobsite ready to go is a myth, which is why they shouldbeconsideredlastfor any job. There is, however, equipment that does show uptothejobsiteready—low- level scissor lifts; and users get more than enhanced safety.
Low-levelscissorliftsallow workers to reach working heights of about 6 metres, which accounts for about 90 per cent of high-reach work. While many think a lift’s overall size is a setback, low- level units are compact and in some cases take up less space than a ladder. For in- stance,thelegsofa3.5metre stepladder spread nearly 2 metres apart, which means the ladder consumes about 1.8 square metres of floor space. A low-level lift with a 3 metre platform, however, takesupjust70squarecenti- metres of space. Both offer the same working heights, yetthescissorlifthasa58per cent smaller footprint. A ladder may be fairly sim- ple to move by folding it up, but the taller it gets, the more cumbersome moving it be- comes. Not only do ladders get heavier as they get taller, but those taller heights also make it challenging to get aroundcornersandintotight spaces. Low-level lifts, on the other hand, take lifting and awkwardmanoeuvringoutof the equation. Operators can simply lower the units down to an overall height as low as 1.6metres,andifit’saself-pro- pelledlift,usethecontrolson theplatformtonavigatetothe next area.
Low-level scissor lifts can never compete with ladders’ light weight, but some of the lightestscissorliftmodelscan be used on tile, laminate and raisedfloorswithouttheriskof damage. Some push-around units weigh just 260 kg. Riseaboverisk High-reach work comes with challenges, and when usingaladdertoperformthat work, those challenges be- come compounded and can testthehumanbody.Forex- ample, HVAC and plumbing technicians installing pipes andductworkoverheadneed ample materials and tools as the job progresses. When they’ve completed one sec- tion, they must step down, move the ladder, grab more materialsandclimbbackup. This not only is inefficient, but the repetitive climbing can cause injuries to knees and hips, and standing on the rungs for long periods can lead to painful plantar fasciitis. This scenario also sets the installer up for a fall. In addition, once workers areontheladdertheirlateral reach is limited, restricting how much work they can accomplish in one spot. As aresult,manyaretemptedto —andoftendo—overreach and risk the ladder toppling over. These reasons are why improper ladder usage con- tinues to make OSHA’s Top 10mostcitedviolations,year afteryear.Infact,accordingto thelaststudyprovidedbythe Center for Disease control, 81 per cent of all fall injuries amongconstructionworkers in 2011 involved a ladder. Lifts can hold as much as 340kg and offer as much as 1.5 square metres of plat- form space, including their extensions. That’s plenty of capacityforamplematerials and supplies. Also, loading the lift with those supplies is substantially easier and less taxing on the body. And because workers can load the lift with more materials, theymakefewertripsupand down, which enhances pro- ductivity. In addition, some units feature integrated pipe racks, which give installers a placetorestlongermaterials. These types of features help boostefficiencywhilemain- taining safety.
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B6 JULY9,2018 EQUIPMENTJOURNAL.COM @EQUIPJOURNAL New technologies are able to solve several operational challenges faced by fleet managers, Terex Utilities told participants in the 27th Annual Canadian Utility Fleet Forum in Toronto, Ontario. The event format pro- vides open discussion between fleet managers and equipment manufac- turers. In Canada, Terex Utilities partnered with its dealers Wajax and Com- mercial Equipment Corp. for the event. The Terex Utilities pres- entation featured several new technologies and oper- ational aid concepts that are designed to provide solutions for safety and productivity challenges. Loadalert The newest technolo- gies from Terex Utilities includeswirelessloadmon- itoring for digger derricks, load alert for monitoring jib and basket weights on aerial devices and the Z45 Utility Substation Articu- lating Boom Lift.
The wireless load mon- itor for digger derricks provides operators with the ability to determine the ac- tual load being lifted. Load alert helps operators know if the boom condition is nearing its capacity or over- loaded through visible and audible alarms. Optionally, the system can send email and text notifications to designated personnel when an alarm condition occurs. Load Alert, for aerial lifts, monitors boom angle, jib angle and length, the winch line distance from the plat- form pivot point and basket and jib load.
“The Z45 Utility Sub- station Articulating Boom Lift, a self-propelled aerial from our sister company Genie, with insulated boom tip, evolved out of discussions we had with c u s t o m e r s w h o w e re looking for a solution to operating in substations,” said Joe Caywood, Terex Utilities director of mar- keting. Terex Utilities also shared two other concepts with forum attendees in order to gain feedback. Objectdetection Outrigger object de- tection would prevent outrigger deployment if an object is in the way, and a positive lanyard attach- ment would provide audio and visual warnings to the operator when controls are engaged and the lanyard has not been attached. “By listening to the cus- tomer and using that input throughout the design pro- cess, we are able to offer innovations that aid crews to follow their companies’ safe work practices,” said Caywood.
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B7 JULY9,2018 EQUIPMENTJOURNAL.COM @EQUIPJOURNAL MaintenancestaffatArcelor- Mittal’s Mine de Mont- Wright in Quebec are now able to reach new heights, thanks to a custom solution created by Manulift. The Mont-Wright mine is one of the largest open- pit iron ore mines in North America. Naturally, a large mine requires big machines to extract the ore. To facilitate maintenance onthemachines,ArcelorMit- talrequiredatelehandlerand custom basket with frontal entry. “They were looking for a special basket, and no one was able to deliver on their specs. When they called us, we said we would make it happen,”saidMichelRobert, director of marketing and communications for Ma- nulift.
Working with its in-house teamofengineersandweld- ers,Manuliftbuiltthebasket from scratch. When complete, the 2 x 1 x 1.3 metre basket was equippedwiththerequested frontal opening, which en- abled staff to walk outside of the basket to complete maintenance safely. “We worked for several months to make sure what they wanted was done, legal and safe at the same time,” Robert said. “It seems like something quite simple, but it was a major project.” Manuliftalsodesignedthe procedure that would allow staff to exit the basket safely and legally.
“When you’re up, you’re not allowed to go out of the basket, or open the door. We were able to make it bigger and have a frontal opening they could open with a cer- tainprocedure,”Robertsaid. “We wrote that procedure to make sure no one is going to be able to get hurt.” Thecustombasketispaired with the Merlo Roto 60.24 MCSS. With a 6,000-kg capacity and 24 metres of reach, the continuous rotation of the Roto turret also provides a safety advantage by operat- ing within the confines of its stabilizers.
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B9 JULY9,2018 EQUIPMENTJOURNAL.COM @EQUIPJOURNAL ATTACHMENTS By Dan Pelton It is plain to see that steel piles are both uniform and ver- satile. They can be deployed in applications ranging from fencing to decks, building additions to garages and, when accompanied by a full foundation, steel piles can take on the role of deep footings. Premade under factory conditions, steel pilings boast a structural consistency that results in less time-consuming, on-site building inspections. If these attributes are not enough, there is now a plasma cutting technology that further enhances the piles’ appeal. MotoCut, a company based in Finland, has introduced a fully-automated, self-contained P-400 plasma cutter that runs off any 13-to-20 ton hydraulic excavator with a hammer line and tilt-rotator. The computer-controlled cutting process increases both quality and productivity. The pile cutter may be operated solely by the excavator driver without the need for extra labour. While MotoCut is a relatively new company that started in 2012, it possesses a wealth of experience in the indus- try and has established a global network of experienced distributors, including Pinnacle Drilling Products (PDP) that has locations in Burnaby, BC and Calgary, Alberta. “Pinnacle Drilling Products, in conjunction with its part- ner Motocut, offer a full installation, commissioning and operator training package as part of the support provided with the purchase of the unit,” said PDP’s Simon Bennett. “In addition, PDP has all wear parts, and critical spares readily available.” Plasma cutting is a process that cuts through electrically conductive materials by means of an accelerated jet of hot plasma.Itinvolvesanelectricalplasmaarc,whichisusedto melt the metal and when compressed air is blown through a nozzle at high velocity towards the molten metal, it is then blown away; thereby cutting through the steel pile. The nature of plasma cutting does not allow it to be used on such things as concrete or wood, since they are not electrically conductive. MotoCut, however, does have a product line that deals with concrete cutting. The P-400 plasma cutter obtains its power from the ex- cavator’s hammer line hydraulics. Oil is fed to the hammer line at a rate of 151 litres per minute at 2,900 psi, in order to start the hydraulic generator. The excavator needs a minimum 13,000 kg capacity, so it may lift both the P-400 and the offcut steel pile.
“When piles are cut with the MotoCut P-400, the cut offs do not need any rework and they can be easily be spliced,” Bennett said. The cutting speed of the P-400 is 51 cm per minute, but Bennett figures the more important benefits are not ne- cessarily the speed of the machine, but the time and cost savings that come from handling the offcuts and that the cut offs do not need rework. The thought process behind the development of the P-400 is perhaps best summarized by the mission state- ment of MotoCut: “Our mission is to make the excavator more versatile and more cost-effective, as well as safer to use, thereby producing competitive advantages for our customers.” Cutsteelpileswithouttheneedtorework Kinshofer’sP-Seriesorangepeelgrapplesaremorethanfour decades in the making.
The P-Series hydraulic system is fully enclosed and pro- tected, reducing the risk of damage to hoses and other components.Aswell,thegrapple’suniquetinedesignenhan- cesmaterialpenetration,increasingtheamountcontractors cansafelysecureinonecycleandsavingtimeonthejobsite. “We’ve spent 42 years researching and testing, in collab- oration with our subsidiaries and clients, to develop the bestorangepeelgrabsonthemarket,”saidFrancoisMartin, general manager of Kinshofer North America. “During this time,we’vespentcountlesshoursensuringcomponentsare FEA optimized to improve the attachment’s lifespan while providing top of the line speed and force.” The P-Series orange peel grapples handle loads up to 3 cubic metres within one cycle and are available with three, four or five tines. The grabs also come in four different tine profilesincluding;fullyclosing,halfclosing,pointedandwide style pointed, which provide an optimized solution for any material. The slim design of the tines guarantees maximum penetration of scrap and demolition piles. Theattachment’shydraulicsystemiscompletelyprotected through its yoke system design. This prevents material from fallingintothesystemanddamagingcomponentsorhoses,a commonproblemindemolitionandrecyclingapplications. Kinshofer’s hydraulic cylinders are fitted with replaceable piston rod protection that is hydraulically cushioned for added durability. Removable covers provide quick access to the hoses, oil distribution system and grease points for easy serviceability.
The system is fully integrated with a heavy-duty slewing ring, which allows for 360-degree continuous rotation and ensures optimum force during operation. Kinshofer also designed the robust slewing ring to withstand the stress and excessive loads of different operating styles, extending the grapple’s service life. The non-return valve, located directly under the rotation device, retains the grapple’s load to increase safety during unintended pressure drops. KinshoferorangepeelgrapplesareFEAoptimized,which translates to a 10 per cent weight reduction at 20 per cent stress reduction, and their overall structural parameters are maximized to meet the toughest requirements and increaselongevity.Tofurtherimprovedurability,Kinshofer manufactures its tines and wear plates with wear-resistant 400 HB steel and its weld-on tips with high-resistant 500 HB steel.
The tine heads and main bearing are widely spaced to reduce the face pressure in the bushings, as well as absorb distortionifthegrabisoverloaded.Theinduction-hardened pins are seated in steel bushings and the lateral thrust discs provide a solid support for the tines and also reduce wear during operation. The P-Series standard package includes the grab, rotator or integrated slewing ring rotation, head plate and non-re- turn valve. A hose guard is available as well as a bolt-on bottom plate with a welded lifting eye to hang a magnet. Furthermore, a heavy-duty, rigid-mount model with three tines and a larger surface bearing is available to handle bulky scrap material. The attachments are available for excavatorswithacarrierweightrangingfrom16to88tons. P-Seriesorangepeelgrapplesofferaddedprotection
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The Nova Scotia based attachment company has adapted its original design to incorporate a scroll case that allows the Ditch Doctor to expand its capabilities. “The old one worked in wetterconditions,whichhad limits,” said Adam Fisher, the creator of Ditch Doctor. “The new one will work in semi-wet to dry conditions. It opens up a whole new industry, which would be municipal roadways and municipal drainage.” The Ditch Doctor attaches to a 13 to 20-ton hydraulic excavator and uses a rotary wheel to grind silt or plant material that’s settled in the ditch.
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Like its smaller sibling, the 500 HD is equipped with automatic torque adjustment valves located between the two hydraulic motors, with drum rpm and temperature sensors, as well as sensors for oil leakage detection, located inside the frame construction. The excavator operator controls the rotational direction of the drums to adjust for most effective mixing. Extension tubes are also available as options for added working depth. Both Allu Processors provide a var- iety of applications, as they essentially reach, mix and process whether the material is wet or dry.
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Steve Ferguson has been named president of Perkins Engines Company. Ferguson’s appointment was announced by Ramin Younessi,whoservedasPer- kins’ president since 2013. Younessihassincebeenpro- moted to group president of Caterpillar’sEnergy&Trans- portation’s segment. “Stevehasbeendelivering great results by driving lean andflexiblecost-competitive component manufacturing operations at Caterpillar fa- cilities around the world,” Younessi said. “Combined withhisbusinessandfinance background, focus on safe- ty and quality, and ability to connect with customers, Stevewillprovideexemplary leadership for this exciting and diverse group.” In addition to his role as Perkins president, Fergus- on will lead the Caterpillar Industrial Power Systems Division (IPSD), which con- sists of design, development and sales of all engines (18 litres and below), retail generators and Caterpillar Defense — spanning the Cat, Perkins and FG Wilson brands.
Before joining Perkins as president, Ferguson was generalmanagerofCaterpil- lar’s Advanced Component Manufacturing business, overseeing operations at 15 global facilities. He began his career with Caterpillar as an accountant in1990andheldpositionsof increasing responsibility in both machine and engine divisions including roles in pricing, business planning, financial analysis and busi- ness resource segments. He holds a bachelor’s degree fromEasternIllinoisUniver- sity and is a graduate of the AdvancedExecutiveProgram atNorthwesternUniversity’s Kellogg School of Manage- ment.
Ferguson will report to Younessi. YounessijoinedCaterpillar in 2013 to lead IPSD, bring- ing more than 25 years of outside senior leadership experience. P re v i o u s e x e c u t i v e responsibilityincludedprod- uct development, quality, purchasing and product planning with Navistar, as wellasproductdevelopment and planning for Daimler AG’s commercial vehicle division. Younessi has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engin- eering from the Rochester Institute of Technology and master’s degrees from Syracuse University and the University of Maryland. In his new role as a Cater- pillar group president, Younessi will lead Caterpil- lar'sEnergy&Transportation group that includes Marine &PetroleumPower,Progress RailServices,ElectricPower, Solar Turbines, Industrial Power Systems and Large Power Systems.
Both the appointment of Ferguson as Perkins presi- dentandIPSDvicepresident, andYounessi’sappointment asgroupvicepresidentwere made by the Caterpillar Board of Directors. NEW HIRES & APPOINTMENTS IN THE HEAVY EQUIPMENT INDUSTRY SERGE LEGAULT 450-434-2460 firstname.lastname@example.org EQUIPEMENT LOURD S.L. INC. B.P. 68016 • BOUL LABELLE • BLAINVILLE, QUEBEC • J7C-4Z4 • CANADA Submersible Pump TOYO DXL150H-1 $12,000 ea. 1998 LINKBELT HTC8650, cap 50 tons, current inspection $105,000 1998 LINKBELT HTC8670, cap 70 tons, current inspection $105,000 2 New PIONEER Centifugal Pumps - 5500GPM $5,500 ea.
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In May of 2017, Ritchie Bros. finalized the acqui- sition of online auction company IronPlanet, after announcing the deal the previous summer. "I am very proud to have been a part of the team and helping to build such a strong company,” Owens said. "Ritchie Bros. has successfully integrat- ed IronPlanet into the business and has clearly demonstrated that they are the industry leader in both on site and online marketplaces." In his role, Owens provided the overall leadership for the strategic relationship with Cater- pillar and also lead both Kruse Energy and Gov- Planet.
Prior to joining Ritch- ie Bros., Owens served as managing director at Red Zone Capital, chairman and chief executive officer of Manugistics Group, Inc. and was a founding mem- ber of Accenture’s supply chain group. "I want to thank Greg for his leadership in helping me bring Ritchie Bros. and IronPlanet together, and in agreeing to stay on with the combined company throughthepast12months to ensure a successful inte- gration, said Ritchie Bros. CEO Ravi Saligram. "I wish Greg all the best in his fu- ture endeavours." Established in 1958, Ritchie Bros. is a global asset management and disposition company, offering customers end- to-endsolutionsforbuying and selling used heavy equipment, trucks and other assets. Operating in a multitude of sectors, including construction, transportation,agriculture, energy,oilandgas,mining, andforestry,thecompany's selling channels include: Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers; IronPlanet; Marketplace E, an online marketplace offering multiple price and timing options; Mascus, a leading European online equipment listing service; and Ritchie Bros. Private Treaty, offering privately negotiated sales.
The company also offers sector-specific solutions including GovPlanet, TruckPlanet, Kruse Energy Auctioneers, and Cat auc- tions. Ritchie Bros. group president resigns Takeuchipromotes KeithKramlich
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