The Latest Products - March 2020

1. Cat Pumps hydroexcavating pumps

For over 50 years, Cat Pumps has been manufacturing long-lasting and low-maintenance triplex pumps. With dedication to zero-defect manufacturing, ease of service and availability from stock, Cat Pumps designs and builds high-pressure pumps and systems to the highest quality standards for the hydroexcavation industry. Popular models include the Model 3560 with 25 gpm, 3,000 psi or 20 gpm, 4,000 psi; Model 3570 with 30 gpm, 3,000 psi; Model 660 with 10 gpm, 3,000 psi; and Model 56 with 5.5 gpm, 3,500 psi or 8 gpm, 2,500 psi. 763-780-5440; www.catpumps.com


2. Case Construction Equipment CX350D LR excavator

Case Construction Equipment’s full-size CX350D LR (long-reach) excavator provides increased operating performance in applications that require long-distance bucket reach and precision. The new model features an elongated boom and arm and additional counterweight for increased digging capabilities in deep or long-distance digging applications while providing the same improved responsiveness and control of the D Series. With an operating weight of 88,200 pounds, the CX350D LR features a 268 hp Tier 4 Final diesel engine and up to 24,500 ft-lb of bucket digging force. The extended arm and boom provide a maximum dig radius of 61 feet 3 inches and a maximum dig depth of 46 feet 3 inches. 866-542-2736; www.casece.com


3. VMAC Multifunction Power System

The VMAC Multifunction Power System’s 5-in-1 components consist of a rotary screw air compressor, generator, welder, battery booster/charger and cold climate kit. It is powered by a Honda iGX800 V-Twin gas engine, provides up to 40 cfm at 100 psi of compressed air and 8 kW of electric power at 100% duty cycle, and up to 250A of welding capability. The system allows operators to use just one function or all five simultaneously. The system reduces idling of truck engines at the job site, decreasing noise, fuel costs, and operating hours and engine wear on the vehicle. 800-738-8622; www.vmacair.com 



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