New 1501 articulated site dumper has 3,307 pounds payload capacity and 1.05-cubic-yard bucket capacity.
The four-wheel drive MZ 2000 HD site dumper carries 4,400 pounds of payload, heaped to 1.85 cubic yards, on a rigid front axle and oscillating rear.
Wacker Neuson brings three new articulated site dumpers to the U.S. market with material-moving capacities of 2,205 (model 1001), 6,614 (model 3001) and 13,227 pounds (model 6001). Their dump bodies swivel 180 degrees for dumping to either side of the machine.
Used for years in Europe, Terex PT2000, PT3000 and PT4000H site dumpers are now available in North America to move dirt, clay, sand, stone, concrete, fertilizer and other materials where a dump truck won’t fit. The four-wheel-drive site dumpers are designed to be nimble on rough terrain, with articulated steering controlled by a single joystick.
JCB's dedicated-track Dumpsters transport materials on sites with tight, confining areas and poor ground conditions. The TD7 features a 9-hp gas engine and a manual-start function.