Small Excavator: Big Performance for Small Jobs
The 75C is the latest member to be added to the C-Series excavator line. It is best suited to handle light residential and other work in confined job sites with the advantage of a zero tail-swing radius. The 75C is equipped with the Powerwize II engine/hydraulic system that delivers additional power when needed, enables multi-function operation and more. It also has a single work mode. The dig mode allows different operations without switching modes for different applications. In addition, the 75C offers a maximum digging depth of 15 ft, 1 in. John Deere; 800-503-3373;

Mixer: Counter-Current Mixing Design
A 54-cu ft twin shaft model joins the industry’s line of mixers. Capacities for the twin shaft mixers now range from 54 cu ft to 318 cu ft. Each model features a counter-current mixing design that achieves 100% mixing coverage in as little as 60 seconds, says the company. A self-diagnostic system monitors oil and motor temperatures and fluid levels in the hydraulic system and gear case. Mixer Systems Inc.; 800-756-4937;

Excavator: Upgraded Model
Replacing the TXC 300LC-1 is the TXC 300LC-2. It includes upgrades and advanced features such as the new e-EPOS system. The system communicates with the ECU (engine) and the CAN (controller area network) to assure that the engine and hydraulic systems share the information required to operate at maximum efficiency. Terex Corp; 800-536-2800;

Hammer: Accessories
Manufacturer now offers multiple accessories for its extensive line of rotary hammers, which are suitable for use in concrete, masonry or natural stone. The line includes round shank, SDS-plus, SDS-max and spline masonry carbide bits for hammer drills and rotary hammers in both the 4-cutter and 2-cutter designs. The 4-cutter design with a self-centering tip both improves penetration and makes cleaner holes, while cutting through the concrete more quickly. Metabo Corp.; 800-638-2264;

Sledge Hammer: With Blade
Designated the Form-A-Nator, this combination tool features  a sledge hammer and a cutting/digging blade on opposite ends. It replaces the need for carrying two tools on the jobsite, the maker says. The tool can be used in and around concrete finishing and foundation jobsites, demolition applications, forcible entry and general landscaping. Council Tool Co. Inc., 866-646-3011;