Product News: October 2019

Check out the latest product offerings for the onsite wastewater treatment industry

Product News: October 2019

Komatsu America D155AX-8 low ground pressure dozer
The new 354 hp D155AX-8 low ground pressure dozer from Komatsu America has two blade options and more track on the ground. The eight-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;

Brokk 70 remote-controlled demolition machine
Utilizing 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 60II, 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 to work in many interior demolition situations. 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;

Ditch Witch JT24 directional drill
The Ditch Witch JT24 directional drill is equipped with a 101-gross hp, Tier 4- and European Stage 5-compliant Cummins diesel engine. The unit provides 24,000 pounds of thrust and pullback, while maintaining a small footprint convenient for a wide range of urban and residential gas, fiber and other utility installations. A new hydraulic platform maximizes drilling efficiency and conserves horsepower downhole. It carries up to 400 feet of drill pipe, allowing for longer bores. 800-654-6481;


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