Billed as the only 240-volt electric breaker in the United States, the EH 75/240 weighs 57 pounds and hits with 55.2 ft.-lb. of force.
Billed as the only 240-volt electric breaker in the United States, the EH 75/240 weighs 57 pounds and hits with 55.2 ft.-lb. of force. It delivers a percussion rate of 1,275 blows per minute and is said to meet the performance of 60- to 70-pound pneumatic hammers, but without the need to tow a compressor. The unit features a full-hood,vibration-dampening design and produces hand-arm vibration values at less than 5 m/s2.
Two Red Hawk gasoline-powered drills have been introduced to the North American market.
Cobra PROe and Cobra TTe gas-powered handheld breakers are available with two tool shank sizes and high power-to-weight ratios.
The DW60 and DW90 feature articulated steering, hydrostatic four-wheel drive, and a 75-horsepower, Tier 4-Final Perkins engine.
The new EW65 and EW100 wheeled excavators feature more powerful engines, reduced turning radii, increased digging depths and simplified operation.