Compact Loader Backhoe: Designed With Crowded Jobsites in Mind

U.K.-based JCB is targeting the European market at Bauma 2016 with the 3CX loader backhoe. At just over 6 ft wide and 9 ft tall, the compact machine is designed for work on congested urban jobsites. With a top travel speed of 25 mph, it has a 19-ft turning circle for quick, over-the-road transport. The 3CX is powered by a 74-hp Kohler engine, which meets Tier 4 Final emissions standards without the need for an after-treatment system. JCB;

Articulated Dump Truck: Improved Fuel Economy

Building on a prototype it first showed to the public at Intermat 2015, Bell is introducing the B45E articulated dump truck at Bauma 2016. The truck has a 45.2-tonne capacity, with a 32.7-cu-yd dump body. Changes from the D-Series include a shift to seven-gear Allison transmissions, contributing to a 6% lower fuel cost per metric ton. Despite its large capacity, the truck is sized for over-the-road travel in Europe and the U.S. Bell Equipment;

Scissor Lift: New Heights

The tallest DC-powered electric scissor lift offered by Skyjack, the SJIII 4740 lift  will be launching at Bauma alongside the company’s new SJ30ARJE telehandler. The electric scissor lift has a maximum working height of 45 ft and a maximum weight capacity of 771 lb. The company has cited a growing rental market in Europe as a driver for introducing these products at Bauma. “The rental and infrastructure industries, which have always been solid in central Europe, are key to Skyjack’s overall global development,” said Skyjack Vice President Malcolm Early. Skyjack;

Crawler Crane: Debuts at Bauma 2016

German-based Sennebogen is using the Bauma show to unveil its largest duty-cycle crawler crane to date: the 300-tonne-class Sennebogen 6300. First going into production near the end of 2015, the heavy-duty crane is powered by a 1,150-hp engine and features a solid-steel base frame. Sennebogen is planning to have a range of cranes at the show, including the 125-tonne 3305E crawler crane and the 50-tonne 653E. Sennebogen;

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