The Latest Products: September 2019

Here's a look at some of the latest products in the industry

The Latest Products: September 2019

The TRX-250 and TRX-300 walk-behind trenchers feature Intelli-Trench technology, an innovation that optimizes the machine’s hydraulic flow for the digging conditions.

Toro TRX walk-behind trenchers
The TRX-250 and TRX-300 walk-behind trenchers feature Intelli-Trench technology, an innovation that optimizes the machine’s hydraulic flow for the digging conditions. The system automatically diverts the hydraulic flow from the traction motors, providing more power for the trencher head. As a result, the traction handle can be held in one place without requiring constant adjustment, reducing operator fatigue and optimizing performance. In addition, the Intelli-Trench feature decreases track wear and maintains engine revolutions per minute for efficient engine cooling. The TRX models also have a new hydraulic design that requires significantly fewer components than previous models, simplifying maintenance and potentially reducing service needs. 855-493-0088; www.toro.com.

Trimble Contractor WorkZone app with free subscription level
The Contractor WorkZone app from Trimble released a new pricing structure that makes the construction management app more accessible and affordable to small contractors. The app now offers access to more features at a lower cost, including a free option. This includes unlimited projects for an unlimited amount of time, no trial needed. In addition to the free subscription level, there are also paid subscriptions available, which allow companies to add more users with more features like web access, accounting, cloud syncing and more. At the paid levels, users can trial the app for two weeks prior to purchasing the full subscription, or they can downgrade to the solo level. 800-234-3458; www.trimble.com.

Brokk 70 remote-controlled demolition machine
Armed with SmartPower, an intelligent power management system, the Brokk 70 is the smallest electric robot in the company’s lineup. It offers 100% more power than its predecessor, the Brokk 60 II, yet retains the same compact dimensions with only a 133-pound weight increase. Measuring 35 inches tall and 23.5 inches wide, the machine fits through narrow doorways and into tight spaces, making it ideal for interior demolition applications. And with a base weight of 1,235 pounds, it can be transported on a passenger elevator, making it ideal for top-down demolition projects in urban areas. 800-621-7856; www.brokk.com.

Komatsu D155AX-8 low ground pressure dozer
The new 354 hp D155AX-8 low ground pressure dozer from Komatsu has two blade options and more track on the ground. The 8-roller undercarriage provides greater traction and optimum balance, while significantly reducing ground pressure. The ground contact area is increased by 72% from the standard model for improved floatation in soft ground. Equipped with either large capacity semi-u blade or an angle blade, the D155AX-8 LGP can move large amounts of material, while the wider cutting edge reduces the number of passes needed when grading. 
847-437-5800; www.komatsuamerica.com.



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