Standardizes electronic controls regardless of truck make/model, chassis, and equipment set.
This EPA Tier 4F unit can save in operating costs than high-pressure pumps with non-compliant engines.
Discomfort is the No. 1 reason road crews and other employees working in dangerous conditions don’t wear their personal safety equipment.
Among other changes, the ZX17U-5 and ZX26U-5 feature an EPA Final Tier 4 engine that requires no aftertreatment device to meet emission requirements.
Hydraulic unit provides 33% more output at the same truck rpms.
Sewer cleaner can be specified with single-engine, dual-stage fan and/or 10-foot telescopic boom.
Models 4955, 6955, and 8955 provide more control, convenience, and comfort when striping pavement, grass, or turf.
Final Tier 4-compliant machines feature an updated electro-hydraulic (EH) control system.
Both Final Tier 4-compliant machines have a third service door so operators and technicians can better access daily maintenance checkpoints.
Portable, submergible units for manholes, vaults, and other confined spaces.
Keeps horizontal directional drilling jobsites as tidy as possible.
Conveyors save recycling operations money by eliminating manual sorting.
Updated design also includes a more comfortable cab and Tier 4-Final engine.
Company says its low-maintenance waste pulverizer also produces better feedstock for waste-to-energy applications.
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