TAG: compact excavator

JCB releases new compact excavators

February 22, 2016By

JCB unveiled three new compact excavators: the 48Z-1, the 55Z-1 and the 57C-1. The models are available in conventional and zero tail swing configurations. These new compact excavators feature an upgraded hydraulic system and a redesigned digging end. A longer main boom and shorter dipper arm provide up to 5 percent greater dump height, the company said. A new cab design allows operators to set auxiliary hydraulic flows... read more

Takeuchi adds compact excavator

December 10, 2015By

Takeuchi added the TB210R to its compact excavator lineup. Features include a minimal tail swing design, a retractable undercarriage, a backfill blade that can go from 40.2-in. wide to 29.5-in. wide and a new foldable ROPS/TOPS canopy that can reduce the machine’s overall height. Upgrades to the TB210R include pilot-operated joystick controls with an ISO/SAE control pattern change valve, selector... read more

Bobcat Zero Tail Swing E20 Compact Excavator

October 15, 2015By

Zero Tail Swing Bobcat E20 compact excavator features retractable undercarriage and improved cab design The Bobcat Zero Tail Swing (ZTS) E20 compact excavator is equipped with a Tier 4-compliant 13.9-horsepower engine and features a retractable undercarriage, unmatched cab comfort, increased uptime protection, attachment readiness and an ease of serviceability, all of which provide operators with an excavator unlike any other.... read more

JCB launches 90Z-1 zero tail swing compact excavator

June 29, 2015By

JCB added a 9.9-ton zero tail swing compact excavator to its compact excavator line. The 90Z-1 boasts a more powerful engine than the recently released 9.4-ton 86C-1, JCB said, with a larger dig end and increased hydraulic capacity. The 90Z-1 features a revised H-design undercarriage, steel body panels and a Tier 4 Final engine. The machine is powered by a... read more

The Grasshopper Co.: HighLift 15 B

October 3, 2014By

The HighLift 15 B collector can be emptied from a raised position at the flip of a switch, adding to the flexibility of the Grasshopper PowerVac system. With a maximum vertical emptying height of 72 in., it allows operators to empty clippings and debris with precision into an elevated space such as a pick-up bed or trailer. GrasshopperMower.com read more

The Grasshopper Co. HighLift 15 B

September 29, 2014By

The HighLift 15 B collector can be emptied from a raised position at the flip of a switch, adding to the flexibility of the Grasshopper PowerVac system. With a maximum vertical emptying height of 72 in., it allows operators to empty clippings and debris with precision into an elevated space such as a pick-up bed or trailer. GrasshopperMower.com read more