Link-Belt 250 X3, 300 X3, and 350 X3 excavators are Tier-4 compliant and feature an upgraded, luxury cab environment.
Link-Belt 250 X3, 300 X3, and 350 X3 excavators are Tier-4 compliant and feature an upgraded, luxury cab environment. Cab features a top-of-the-line, 7-inch color work monitor; rear-view camera; and auxiliary audio jack for MP3s or iPods. Enhanced hydraulics result in cycle time improvements of 3 to 5 percent, the manufacturer says.
Wacker Neuson is introducing an innovative one-ton excavator, the 803 Dual Power, which is powered both by a 13-horsepower Yanmar diesel engine and an electrically powered hydraulic power pack, allowing operators to choose between diesel or electric drive to suit the application.
NXT2 upgrades have been applied to the 450 Z zero-tail-swing excavator
Link-Belt says its 75-ton TCC-750 is the largest telescopic crawler crane that can transport at under 100,000 pounds with tracks attached.
Rear-wheel steering improves steering Link-Belt Construction Equipment’s 75- ton HTT-8675 Series II all-terrain crane by turning up to seven degrees at speeds 15 mph. The 8675’s 127 foot formed, greaseless boom uses Link-Belt’s patented latching mechanism.