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Gradall intros XL 4100 V excavator; replaces Mercedes engine with Volvo

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01/11/2017

Gradall’s newest version of the XL 4100 still can travel up to 60 mph.

Gradall has designed its newest version of the XL 4100 hydraulic excavator to be more fuel efficient, while still achieving speeds of up to 60 mph on the road.

The XL 4100 V excavator is powered by a 153-horsepower, Tier 4 Final Volvo Penta diesel engine, which achieves a 5 percent improvement in fuel efficiency over the IV model, the company says. The previous model, which came out in 2014, operated on a 245-horsepower Tier 4i Mercedes engine.

As with both new and predecessor XL 4100s, the same engine also powers the boom. The boom on the new model has a max at-grade reach of 30 feet, 3 inches; max dig depth of 20 feet, 3 inches; and max loading height of 17 feet, 2 inches.

The company designed the excavator so it doesn’t have to be trailered for getting to and from the jobsite. It also comes standard with Gradall AutoDrive, a push-button automatic transmission to make road travel easier.

The excavator can travel up to 5 mph on the jobsite with the operator in the upper-structure cab.

The company says it increased cost-efficiency with the design of the new XL 4100’s hydraulic system, which has pressure-compensated, load-sensing valves with reliefs on all circuits. The system automatically adjusts the power to the boom to match the job, whether it’s conventional excavation work or using attachments for tree trimming and other functions.

The machine boasts a rated bucket force of 24,900 pounds. Telescopic boom crowd force is 21,940 pounds. The company says the telescopic boom forces remain constant throughout the dig cycle.

Gradall also upgraded the 24-volt electrical system and enhanced the cab with rollover protection. The company says it extended the intervals for routine service and put most of the service points at ground level. It also says 70 percent of the parts on its Series V machines are common to all other members of the Series V lineup.

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Gradall intros XL 4100 V excavator; replaces Mercedes engine with Volvo

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01/11/2017

Gradall’s newest version of the XL 4100 still can travel up to 60 mph.

Gradall has designed its newest version of the XL 4100 hydraulic excavator to be more fuel efficient, while still achieving speeds of up to 60 mph on the road.

The XL 4100 V excavator is powered by a 153-horsepower, Tier 4 Final Volvo Penta diesel engine, which achieves a 5 percent improvement in fuel efficiency over the IV model, the company says. The previous model, which came out in 2014, operated on a 245-horsepower Tier 4i Mercedes engine.

As with both new and predecessor XL 4100s, the same engine also powers the boom. The boom on the new model has a max at-grade reach of 30 feet, 3 inches; max dig depth of 20 feet, 3 inches; and max loading height of 17 feet, 2 inches.

The company designed the excavator so it doesn’t have to be trailered for getting to and from the jobsite. It also comes standard with Gradall AutoDrive, a push-button automatic transmission to make road travel easier.

The excavator can travel up to 5 mph on the jobsite with the operator in the upper-structure cab.

The company says it increased cost-efficiency with the design of the new XL 4100’s hydraulic system, which has pressure-compensated, load-sensing valves with reliefs on all circuits. The system automatically adjusts the power to the boom to match the job, whether it’s conventional excavation work or using attachments for tree trimming and other functions.

The machine boasts a rated bucket force of 24,900 pounds. Telescopic boom crowd force is 21,940 pounds. The company says the telescopic boom forces remain constant throughout the dig cycle.

Gradall also upgraded the 24-volt electrical system and enhanced the cab with rollover protection. The company says it extended the intervals for routine service and put most of the service points at ground level. It also says 70 percent of the parts on its Series V machines are common to all other members of the Series V lineup.

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Liebherr sees “significant” jump in orders; uses start-up culture to launch products

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01/11/2017

Liebherr’s T236 mining truck.

Liebherr says it will add 2,240 employees by the end of this year, seeing what Stefan Heissler, member of the board of directors of Liebherr-International AG, calls a “very significant jump in orders” in 2017.

In the first six months of 2017, Liebherr saw a 6.4 percent year-on-year increase in total sales, Heissler says. “We expect a strong finish to what we anticipate to be a record year,” he says. Heissler made his remarks during a Liebherr press event that took place this week in Austria.

Heissler

Heissler attributes some of this growth to what Liebherr calls “start-up units” within the company. Designed to operate independently within the company, these start-up units are described by Heissler as “well-funded and able to focus their energy and knowledge on one single project, independent from standard assignments.”

The T 236 mining truck, introduced at MINExpo last year as a prototype, is an example of one product that has benefitted from this start-up mindset, Heissler says. The 110-tonne rigid-frame unit is now undergoing field trials at the Erzberg iron mine in Austria. Liebherr says the machine is the first in its class with a four-corner, oil-immersed braking system. When the truck will be commercially available is still uncertain.

Other “start-up” projects within the company include:

  • 3D parts printing: The company’s aerospace and transportation systems division created a 3D-printed spoiler actuator valve block, used on an Airbus A380 test flight this past March.
  • New wheel loader lighting system: Three engineers and three students within Liebherr’s earthmoving division have created an intelligent wheel loader lighting system, designed to minimize glare or shadows while the machine is working. According to Heissler, the same team is now looking at future demands, including autonomous vehicles, driver assistance systems and remote operations.

Heissler declined to comment on the company’s autonomous machine efforts. “We have research going on in that area, but it’s too early to discuss.”

Liebherr maintains a medium-sized business character that allows it to implement ideas “without unnecessary bureaucracy,” Heissler says. “As a result, truly disruptive ideas have a better chance of becoming successful innovations.”

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Liebherr sees “significant” jump in orders; uses start-up culture to launch products

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01/11/2017

Liebherr’s T236 mining truck.

Liebherr says it will add 2,240 employees by the end of this year, seeing what Stefan Heissler, member of the board of directors of Liebherr-International AG, calls a “very significant jump in orders” in 2017.

In the first six months of 2017, Liebherr saw a 6.4 percent year-on-year increase in total sales, Heissler says. “We expect a strong finish to what we anticipate to be a record year,” he says. Heissler made his remarks during a Liebherr press event that took place this week in Austria.

Heissler

Heissler attributes some of this growth to what Liebherr calls “start-up units” within the company. Designed to operate independently within the company, these start-up units are described by Heissler as “well-funded and able to focus their energy and knowledge on one single project, independent from standard assignments.”

The T 236 mining truck, introduced at MINExpo last year as a prototype, is an example of one product that has benefitted from this start-up mindset, Heissler says. The 110-tonne rigid-frame unit is now undergoing field trials at the Erzberg iron mine in Austria. Liebherr says the machine is the first in its class with a four-corner, oil-immersed braking system. When the truck will be commercially available is still uncertain.

Other “start-up” projects within the company include:

  • 3D parts printing: The company’s aerospace and transportation systems division created a 3D-printed spoiler actuator valve block, used on an Airbus A380 test flight this past March.
  • New wheel loader lighting system: Three engineers and three students within Liebherr’s earthmoving division have created an intelligent wheel loader lighting system, designed to minimize glare or shadows while the machine is working. According to Heissler, the same team is now looking at future demands, including autonomous vehicles, driver assistance systems and remote operations.

Heissler declined to comment on the company’s autonomous machine efforts. “We have research going on in that area, but it’s too early to discuss.”

Liebherr maintains a medium-sized business character that allows it to implement ideas “without unnecessary bureaucracy,” Heissler says. “As a result, truly disruptive ideas have a better chance of becoming successful innovations.”

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Chicago Pneumatic speeds removal with CP3330, CP3340 grinders

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01/11/2017

Chicago Pneumatic’s new CP3330 and CP3340 vertical grinders can remove material twice as fast as similar tools on the market, the company says.

The CP3330 comes with a 3.7-horsepower motor, while the CP3340’s motor packs 4.5 horsepower.

The company also added safety features, including automatic shut-off to prevent the abrasive from over-speeding and causing accidents; a 1-inch-thick protective wheel guard; and a safety lever that can be easily used while wearing gloves. The grinders comply with ANSI safety standards, the company says.

They are designed for such applications as metal work, fabrication, shipbuilding and in the oil and gas industries. They can be used on cast iron, steel, stainless steel, aluminum, composite, magnesium and titanium. Functions include contouring, deburring, cutting, finishing and weld cleaning.

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Chicago Pneumatic speeds removal with CP3330, CP3340 grinders

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01/11/2017

Chicago Pneumatic’s new CP3330 and CP3340 vertical grinders can remove material twice as fast as similar tools on the market, the company says.

The CP3330 comes with a 3.7-horsepower motor, while the CP3340’s motor packs 4.5 horsepower.

The company also added safety features, including automatic shut-off to prevent the abrasive from over-speeding and causing accidents; a 1-inch-thick protective wheel guard; and a safety lever that can be easily used while wearing gloves. The grinders comply with ANSI safety standards, the company says.

They are designed for such applications as metal work, fabrication, shipbuilding and in the oil and gas industries. They can be used on cast iron, steel, stainless steel, aluminum, composite, magnesium and titanium. Functions include contouring, deburring, cutting, finishing and weld cleaning.

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Dealers preview Kubota’s new compact excavators, RTV, tractors

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KX033-4 compact excavator with extendable dipper arm

Dealers got a hands-on preview of Kubota’s two new compact excavators, available in early 2018, as well as the company’s fastest gas-powered RTV yet and seven new tractors in the M Series lineup.

About 1,100 dealers attending Kubota’s annual meeting October 21-25 in Phoenix, Arizona, saw the KX033-4 with extendable dipper arm along with the U27-4, which will replace the U25S.

“Final production models of these two excavators were presented at the meeting and made available for dealers to look under the hood, operate and ask detailed questions,” says Jeff Jacobsmeyer, Kubota product manager of excavators, wheel loaders, TLBs.

Kubota KX033-4 with extendable dipper arm

The extendable dipper arm is a new configuration to the existing KX033-4 compact excavator within Kubota’s KX Series, which was introduced last January.

The dipper arm can dig as deep as 12 feet, 2 inches and reach up to 18 feet, 2 inches. This model will be in dealerships by January 2018, the company says.

Kubota U27-4 Minimum tail swing

Kubota’s new U27-4 features tight tail-swing design, adjustable auxiliary flow hydraulics, an auxiliary diverter valve, two-speed automatic downshift travel, as well as best-in-class reach and dig depth. With one of the largest operator stations in its class, an enclosed cab option with heat is also available. The U27-4 is scheduled to be available at dealerships in the first quarter of 2018.

Kubota’s fastest gas-powered RTV yet

New Sidekick RTV-XG850

The multi-use Sidekick RTV-XG850 brings speed to Kubota’s durable work machines, with a 48-horsepower gasoline engine that can quickly reach 40 mph.

“With this kind of speed and versatility, Kubota customers can confidently get more work done in less time and take on every big hill and distant destination with ease,” says Roger Gifford, Kubota product manager, utility vehicles.

The RTV has a continuously variable transmission with centrifugal clutch (CVT Plus), along with a water-cooled engine delivering enough torque for a quick, smooth takeoff, the company says. The Idle Speed Control (ISC) and highland correction are designed to provide stable power in a variety of situations.

The Sidekick is designed to handle a wide range of hauling jobs, from gear and supplies to tools and materials. It can carry up to 15.2 cubic feet or half a ton (1,000 pounds/600 pounds California models) in a steel cargo box with optional electric hydraulic lift for dumping. It comes equipped with a standard hitch and provides 2,000 pounds of towing capacity on level terrain and 1,550 pounds on inclines.

The Sidekick boasts an ergonomic digital panel, steering wheel and shift knob; LED headlights and other convenience features.

Available in Spring 2018, it comes in Kubota Orange, RealTree AP Camo and additional new colors, green and black. A full line of new attachments and accessories will be available, including a premium audio system, sports roof or bed extender to carry more cargo.

Six new speciality tractors

Kubota Tractor Corporation announced six new specialty ag tractors designed for narrow, low-profile and high-clearance applications. They’re available now at Kubota dealerships.

The M Series lineup now includes the M4N-071 ROPS, M5N-091 ROPS and M5N-111 ROPS narrow tractors; the M5N-091PK Power Krawler tractor; the M6L-111 low-profile tractor; and the M6H-101 high-clearance tractor.

“We introduced the newly upgraded M4 and M5 narrow tractors just six months ago, and today we are adding open platform ROPS (rollover protective structure) models and a Power Krawler track to this line, giving customers more options to consider at the dealership,” said Tyler Pittson, Kubota utility tractors product manager, at the dealers’ national meeting.

“The new ROPS models offer an open platform design for added comfort, and the new M5N-091 Power Krawler delivers increased hydraulic capacity and even more durable frame for the stable, sure-footed climb that only tracks can provide.”

The specialty tractors feature Kubota V-3800-Tier 4 engines, revamped operator stations, improved hydraulics and versatile transmissions. The M5N-091 PK continues Kubota’s crawler design with track upgrades.

The M6L-111 low-profile tractor, first engineered for work in tree fruit and nut orchards, features a folding ROPS, enhanced hydraulic capacity and a Kubota powertrain that performs over a wide range of commercial agriculture applications requiring power in low-clearance spaces, such as poultry and livestock facilities.

The M6H-101 high-clearance models deliver the same M Series power in the high-clearance design required for strawberries, vegetable and other specialty agricultural environments.

Kubota Tractor Corporation adds open-station model

In addition, Kubota introduced a new open-station model that expands its M6S Series introduced last spring.

The M6S-111 ROPS model diesel tractor has a lower price point than its cabbed counterparts and is suited for cattle and hay operations, loader work and mowing. It’s geared for small- to medium-size farms.

M6S-111 open-station ROPS diesel tractor.

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