DOOSAN INFRACORE PORTABLE POWER OFFERS POWER BUGGIES TO TRANSFER THE HEAVY LOADS
November 30th, -0001
Category: Powered Buggies
STATESVILLE, N.C. ”The PB-Series power buggies from Doosan Infracore Portable Power are designed to work in a variety of applications, such as concrete spreading, demolition debris removal, landscaping, material distribution and spot pouring.
Equipped with a reliable and powerful 13-horsepower Honda engine and seven-gallon fuel tank, these units provide operators easy starting and extended operating intervals. The PB-Series models are available with either electric or recoil start.
The PB-Series comes in three configurations to carry either wet or dry material loads. Both the polyurethane bed (PB16) and steel bed (PB16S) will hold up to 16 cubic feet of material. The landscape bed on the PB16L will hold up to 10 cubic feet of material. The PB16L can serve as a flat bed, or the dual action tailgate can be used to either spread or dump a load. These models are rugged with the capability to move and dump up to 2,500 lb loads and 16 cubic feet of material.
The PB-Series models are engineered with the operator in mind. All of the controls are conveniently located on the unit for ease of operation. Precision control and maneuverability are delivered through a squeeze-grip throttle control. The operator™s platform folds up and locks quickly for walk-behind applications. An enhanced safety emergency stop button is conveniently mounted for quick operator access. A fully removable engine cover allows for easy access to all service points for faster maintenance.
Look to Doosan Infracore Portable Power for a comprehensive line of concrete equipment that will enable contractors to complete jobs with the highest level of productivity.
For more information, please visit www.doosanportablepower.com.
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