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Brendon in hot water

This Taunton-based company used Bauma to officially launch its range of hot water high- pressure bowser

washers with 700 litre water tanks. The HWBBW50KPi is one of four new models in Brendon’s hot water range, each having a patent applied-for diesel fired water plate heat exchanger for heating water up to 78°C. The HWBBW50KPi utilises some of the heat from its boiler exhaust to

pre-heat the hot water buffer tank. The heater control panel is located at the rear of the machine. Coloured LEDs indicate the burner status and warn of low fuel or water conditions. The 24V heater module has been designed for removal within three minutes, as a self-contained unit for servicing or for replacement with a factory service exchange unit. The HWBBW range is offered with maximum pressures of 238 and 340 bars and a flow of 12.5 litre/min. Power options include a Yanmar diesel engine and Honda petrol engines, with automatic throttle control for quieter operation and lower fuel consumption. The machines are available in trailer or skid-mounted versions.

01984 624500

Remote controlled Husqvarna

Stockholm-based Husqvarna introduced its first remote controlled demolition robot - the DXR310 - last year and, at Bauma, the company showed its third, and smallest, model. The new rubber tracked DXR140 weighs only 960kg and it has a narrow width of 770mm to allow passage through most doorways. The three articulating arms on the DXR140 can be rotated through 360° and provide a maximum reach of 3.7m. The unit can be fitted with a bucket, small crusher attachment or a small hydraulic breaker. In operation the DXR140 is stabilised by

four hydraulically operated swing down outriggers. The machine can be powered by either a 11kW or 15kW electric motor and it is operated by means of a remote control box console with Bluetooth technology.

0844 844 4567


Maeda’s pick and carry capability

Small crawler cranes have been growing in popularity and Kranlyft used Bauma for the European launch of the latest model from Japanese maker, Maeda. With its 2.93 tonne maximum lifting capacity, the new LC383M-5 represents an additional model in the Maeda range. Utilising Komatsu mini excavator components, the LC383M-5 is controlled from its operator’s compartment on the fully slewing compact radius superstructure. The steel tracked machine is 1.74m wide and has an operating weight of 4400kg. The big feature of the crane is its pick and carry capacity of 1.47 tonnes. The four section telescopic boom extends to a maximum length of 8.71m and it offers a maximum lift height of 9.3m. The LC383M-5 is powered by a 21.5kW Yanmar engine and the machine comes with a dozer/stabiliser blade as standard.

0117 982 6661

New generation Bobcat skid steers

New to the Bobcat compact excavator range are the two models E45 and E50. Based on the same platform, they have operating weights of 4634kg and 4905kg respectively and dig down to maximum depths of 3.3m and 3.5m. Power comes from 4-cylinder Kubota engines providing

power ratings of 30.2kW and 35.4kW. Also

attracting attention at Bauma were the first of Bobcat’s new generation of

skid steer and compact tracked loaders. These comprise the S630 and S650 skid steers and the T650 compact tracked loader. They have rated operating capacities of 989kg, 1282kg and 1224kg respectively. A particular feature of the new skid steer and compact track loaders is the new Premium Cab with 10% more internal space. Visibility is said to have been improved by 30% and the machines also score by having greater traction and larger fuel tanks.

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