Powerful four-cycle engines
Ideal for a variety of industrial and construction equipment, V-Twin cylinder series engines boast easy starts, high power, and low exhaust emissions. Ranging from 18 to 25 hp, the four-cycle overhead valve gasoline engines meet EPA Phase 2 and CARB Tier II requirements.
Subaru Industrial Engines/Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.
Earth drilling attachments
The Dig-R-Tach attachment line features a 2-in. hexagon auger drive system that eliminates excessive auger driveshaft wear. Ideal for skid-steer loaders, mini-excavators, and small backhoes, the 671 Dig-R-Tach Series 16 is designed for smaller hydraulic systems, while the Series 234 is geared for larger systems. Up to 36-in.-diameter augers are available.
General Equipment Co.
Site dumpers for tight places
Designed with narrow dimensions and a tight turning radius, both the TA2 forward-tip discharge site dumper and the TA2s swivel-tip site dumper can work in tight places. Both models have 4,410-lb. capacity and a 32.6-hp diesel engine.
Heaters brave extreme cold
The HI 400HD series indirect-fired heaters deliver clean, moisture-free heat in extreme cold-weather conditions — as low as -40° F. Three interchangeable supply air adapters (20-in. single, 16-in. dual, and 12-in. triple) lets you direct heat where it's needed. An optional 20-in. return-air adapter delivers adjustable recirculation of warm inside air, which saves fuel. The heaters run on diesel or natural gas/propane.
Piling rig for sheet piling installation
While a conventional piling rig with a free-hanging hammer can install maybe 20 pairs of sheets a day, The LRB 125 — fitted with a high-frequency vibratory hammer with variable moment — achieves 75 pairs a day (equivalent to 300 ft.). The machine's hammer generates a downforce equivalent of 33,700 lbs.
Liebherr Nenzing Crane Co.