New Road Products
CEATTACHMENTS, BOOTH H-30401 (i)
The EDGE Cold Planer from CEAttachments works with standard-flow and high-flow skid-steer loaders. The attachment is said to achieve a smooth, precise cut quickly, and restore asphalt and concrete surfaces to the correct level. It features a self-leveling, top-pivot design for even cutting. Low-flow planers feature manual tilt/depth control while high-flow models feature electro-hydraulic tilt/depth control. A water kit for dust minimization and optional pick sets designed for concrete and asphalt are available. Sizes are available from 12 to 40 inches.
CLEARSPAN, BOOTH H-30303 (i)
ClearSpan Hercules Truss Arch Buildings feature natural light and spacious interiors without interior support posts. The natural light is said to stop moisture build-up, which prevents salt or sand from caking, and allows loaders and spreaders to handle the salt and sand easily. With minimal foundation requirements, the structures can be permanent or temporary, and are easy to relocate, according to the manufacturer. The truss buildings are custom-engineered to fit the requirements of a specific location, such as snow and wind loads or foundation type. The structures can be built to any length and up to 300 feet wide.
CATERPILLAR, BOOTHS G-130 (o), N-1913 (i)
Several engine, torque options
Caterpillar will showcase the CT660, its new vocational truck, for the first time at CONEXPO-CON/AGG. The heavy-duty Vocational Day Cab Trucks feature a range of engine ratings and torque capability options. Some engine options include a Cat CT11 engine with ratings from 330 to 390 bhp, a Cat CT13 with ratings from 410 to 475 bhp and, coming in 2012, a Cat CT15 with ratings from 435 to 550 bhp. Other options for the vocational truck include a Cat CX31 torque-converter-style automatic transmission, with three standard locations for rear-power take-off drive positions. Also display: More than a dozen Cat machines will debut at the show, including the G-Series 775 off-highway truck, a new telematics solution, the K-Series midsize wheel loaders and the redesigned H-Series 627 wheel-tractor-scraper. A South Hall exhibit, S-16329, features engines from Caterpillar Industrial Power Systems and Perkins. The Caterpillar OEM Solutions display, featuring components for OEM applications, is at located at S-16343.
Booth event: Live and video presentations, including Mike Rowe of the Dirty Jobs television show, will be held at the North Hall booth.
DOOSAN INFRACORE CE, BOOTH G-100 (o)
Doosan says its DXB170H hydraulic breaker features nitrogen gas-assisted operation for improved efficiency. The 3,572-pound breaker delivers up to 600 blows per minute and is designed for use with excavators in the 18- to 28-metric-ton weight range. Other features include a patented hydraulic dampening system said to prevent blank fire damage, an energy recovery system that increases strike power using energy generated by piston rebound, and a patented main valve design that reduces hydraulic pressure peaks, according to the company.
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