Rotary-head cutter

The compact IRC rotary cutting head—designed for use on excavators weighing between 15 and 50 tons—can handle a range of trenching and demolition jobs. The rugged, angled tungsten-carbide teeth loosen hardened or frozen soil, excavate rock trenches, or tear down structures. The teeth rotate in their holders for minimal wear, and the individual teeth can be removed and replaced easily. Indeco North America. CONEXPO–CON/AGG Booth C-4823.

Boom trucks

Two new 26-ton capacity boom trucks offer easily deployed jib extensions. The 2695 features 95 ft. of powered main boom, for a tip height of 105 ft.; and the 26105 has a 105-ft. boom, for a 115-ft. tip height. A load-moment indicator helps in safe boom operation; a variety of jib lengths, platforms, and accessories are available. Elliot Equipment Co. CONEXPO–CON/AGG Booth G-248.

Rugged skidsteers

The company's B2 skidsteers offer advanced hydraulics for optimal power and reliability (high-flow hydraulics are available on two of the models). Rated operating capacities range from 1400 to 2500 lbs. Each includes high horsepower and torque, permitting part-throttle operation for reduced sound and fuel consumption. The operator stations include user-friendly joystick controls designed to reduce fatigue while boosting productivity. Caterpillar Inc. CONEXPO–CON/AGG Booth N-2007.

Portable power

The R1100 portable generator delivers up to 1100 W of clean, stable power through automated voltage regulation. Reverse cooling makes it possible for the unit to be fully enclosed without overheating, which leads to attenuated sound. All engine functions are controlled with a single dial; when shut off, the control also disengages the fuel supply. Standard features include 2.4-hp gas engine, recoil starter, and fuseless circuit breaker. Subaru Robin America Inc. CONEXPO–CON/AGG Booth S-16204.

Hydraulic excavator

The PC300LC-8 has an operating weight of up to 79,152 lbs., and an electronically controlled fuel injected 246-hp Komatsu diesel engine. A 7-in. LCD monitor displays data in 10 languages and enables the operator to control the five modes of operation (power, economy, lifting, breaker, and attachment). All of the machine's components and systems are designed for ease of maintenance and a high level of durability. Komatsu America Corp. CONEXPO–CON/AGG Booth N-1009.

Cone crusher

The SBX cone crusher is engineered with new internal components and crushing chamber profiles that allow it to accept larger feed. Built for secondary crushing circuits, its features include a system that enables remote adjustment under load. In addition, it has a maintenance-free hydraulic anti-spin system that extends manganese liner life. The crusher is designed for compatibility with any fully automated plant, but can also be combined with a stand-alone crusher control system. Telsmith. CONEXPO–CON/AGG Booth 5135.

Tack coat applicator

The trailer-mounted Tack Kettle features a staggered dual-flue design that offers even, energy-efficient heating while applying bituminous emulsions and tack coats. Other features include a large solvent/flush tank and 36332-in. maintenance hatch for speedy cleanout, and a 50-ft. retractable material hose with lightweight spray wand for convenient application. Two models are available: 500 gal. and 250 gal. Cimline Inc. CONEXPO–CON/AGG Booth C-4822.