The New Holland E55Bx features a large boom and arm for wider operating range, and, according to the manufacturer, delivers high bucket-digging forces for added productivity.
The New Holland E55Bx excavator features a large boom and arm for wider operating range, and, according to the manufacturer, delivers high bucket-digging forces for added productivity. The compact excavator’s cab height is measured at 8 feet 4 inches, making it easy for transport between jobsites. Containing similar design features found on larger New Holland excavators, the boom, arm and swing bracket feature large cross-section segments for greater attachment strength and reinforcement. The E55Bx also includes a standard dozer blade, featuring an increased 38-degree approach angle, for finish grading.
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Attachment-handling versatility, says New Holland, characterizes the design of the company's M-Series telehanders. The three new models — M427, M428 and M459 — have maximum lift-capacity ratings of 6,600, 8,000 and 9,000 pounds, respectively, and lift heights of 42, 42 and 45 feet. A low-boom design provides 360-degree visibility, says the company, and four-wheel drive and three-mod...