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EXECUTIVE HIRE SHOW PREVIEW continued


Celebrate with Euro Towers


Euro Towers will be exhibiting a ladder frame tower 3T assembly method as well as its advanced guard rail tower. Also on display will be the Microfold 1000, a low-level folding unit, a high-clearance platform and the company’s powered, low-level access machine. Euro Towers is 20


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Full line-up from JCB


years old in 2011 and is proud of its record of innovation in manufacturing, and for offering quality and service. MD Roger Verallo says that, to celebrate this achievement, it will be offering products at very special birthday prices for the duration of the Show.


JCB will unveil a new range of compaction plates designed to reduce HAV levels while retaining performance. Available from March, the FP1030, FP1540 and FP1550 feature a 300, 400 and 500mm wide base plate respectively. The smallest delivers a compaction force of 10kN while the larger two models deliver 15kN. They are designed for the compaction of asphalt, soil and non-cohesive materials such as stone paving. Following their Executive Hire Show launches last year, the 515-40 compact Loadall telescopic handler and 8018 Utility mini excavator will also be displayed.Weighing less than 3.5 tonnes, the 515-40 is the smallest Loadall JCB has ever built, while the specialist 8018 model incorporates enhancements to aid utilities projects. Also shown will be the JCB Vibromax VMT160 roller, JCB Micro and 8014X mini excavator, the HTD5 tracked compact dumper, the LT9 lighting tower and the G100RX generator, along with hydraulic power packs, pumps, hand-held breakers and Edge diamond blades.


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