Case B Series CTLS and skid steers

CASE Construction Equipment, Racine, Wisconsin, has introduced the B Series—five compact track loaders (CTLs) and eight skid steers spanning radial and vertical lift patterns, as well as numerous horsepower and size classes. Features of the B Series include:

  • an eight-inch LCD multi-function display that comes with all electro-hydraulic models
  • 360-degree visibility, enhanced by the backup camera
  • a redesigned interface, including new left- and right-hand posts, push-button operation and throttle control
  • low-profile rear hoods and a low-profile H-Link on vertical-lift models
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Vermeer TR6400 trommel screen

Vermeer, Pella, Iowa, has introduced the new TR6400 model to its trommel screen product line. Capable of separating up to 180 cubic yards of material per hour, the TR6400 is designed for topsoil, compost and woody biomass applications. Features of the trommel screen include:

  • a powerful 100-horsepower Duetz 3.6L Tier 4 Final (Stage IV) engine
  • low hopper infeed with a capacity of 6.5 cubic yards
  • a 6.5-foot diameter screen drum
  • a compact design that allows for ease of transportation and maintenance
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Epiroc Combi Cutter 1600 hydraulic attachment

Epiroc, Broomfield, Colorado, has introduced the Combi Cutter 1600 hydraulic attachment to the U.S. market. Although the new model has a lower weight than previous versions, the company says the attachment provides greater stability and the same performance users would expect from Epiroc cutters. Features of the attachment include:

  • an optimized jaw and main body design
  • improved bearing protection
  • wider and more robust bearing points
  • high crushing force and short cycle times
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LaBounty MRX and MRP demolition tools

Stanley Infrastructure, Two Harbors, Minnesota, has announced the introduction of two new LaBounty products to its demolition portfolio: the Multi-Jaw Demolition Tool (MRX) and the Mobile Rotation Pulverizer (MRP). Features of the tools include:

  • an interchangeable jaw with options for a concrete pulverizer, concrete cracker or shear
  • primary and secondary demolition applications, as well as off-site concrete processing
  • a design for efficient downsizing and 360-degree rotation
  • a short center of gravity for control and maneuverability
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