Equipment Type

 Underground Construction

products

Atlas Copco has introduced the next generation in their Secoroc COP line of down-the-hole hammers.

The ARS709 hydraulic puller from Condux Tesmec is manufactured for a wide range of underground pulling applications, including power transmission and distribution cable installation.

The TR-14 directional drill has 14,000 pounds of thrust/pullback force.

Safe Zone cab on the Revolution Series single-platform underground bullwheel puller keeps operators comfortable, safe and off the ground when the machine is in use.

With trenching capability of 48 inches deep and 8 inches wide, the RT24 hydrostatic trencher is designed with more weight on the digging chain, which is said to put more product in the ground faster.

Blogs

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George Ellis explains how Terex Construction has shifted its distribution strategy to rental.
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When highway bill time comes, remember that your president hung you out to dry on Keystone…in the name of a handful of alarmists.
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Gwenne Henricks explains how Caterpillar's Innovations Lab will address customer needs.
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Bob Emerrson, in a blog post titled “Enabling the IoT Vision,” suggests that telematics is but a stepping stone to the full service that end-users will eventually enjoy from the technology.

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