Equipment Type

 2010

In evaluating products for the Top 100, Construction Equipment editors look for advances in technology, new product lines, significant improvements to existing products, or a product that increases competition in its field. Below you'll find our choices for Top New Products of 2010, including earthmoving, paving, lifting, trucks and more. Top 100 2016 | Top 100 2015 | Top 100 2014 | Top 100 2013 | Top 100 2012 | Top 100 2011 | Top 100 2009

2010 Products

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New to North America, Wirtgen introduced two concrete pavers that serve smaller, specialized jobs.

On the exhaust of the Cummins 6.7-liter Turbo Diesel option in Ram heavy-duty pickups, a diesel particulate filter and an adsorber catalyst to reduce oxides of nitrogen (NOx) satisfy EPA’s 2010 on-road diesel emissions limits.

Boxed-steel frames and burly new suspensions push maximum towing capacity of the Sierra 3500HD to 20,000 pounds.

A model size has been added to Jomac’s telescopic and articulating crane product lines.

GM introduced a new frame and suspension that would boost the Chevy Silverado heavy-duty pickups and GMC Sierra HDs to the top of Class 2 for payload and conventional-hitch towing capacity.

Blogs

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With hot weather on the way for most of the country, it’s time for managers to consider how to protect workers not fortunate enough to spend all day...
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Self-righteous legislators in California now presume to penalize contractors who work on the border wall with Mexico simply because those legislators...
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Alongside all the heavy equipment on a job site, and in some cases outnumbering it, work various sizes of trucks.
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What’s ahead for drones in 2017? A lot more than serving as flying extras for Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl halftime show.

CE Twitter Feed 

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Houston, TX, has begun construction on the largest water purification plant in the world. https://t.co/RywBu5s1Gq...
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Caterpillar’s Underground Mining Group is preparing to test a battery-electric loader. https://t.co/lrYjEJo3jC...
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Cummins is working with Oak Ridge National Laboratory to repair diesel engines using 3D printing.… https://t.co/PDQ9bp51BI
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From the editors 

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How many people can fit on an ADT? Luckily for these folks affected by Hurricane Harvey, quite a few. https://t.co/co7vZBq45U
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Profits up, debt down. Mining giants rebounding. Via
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