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Bobcat goes Electric


Bobcat’s E10 Electric micro excavator is a prototype variant of the conventional E10 model, with the factory-installed option of an


alternative all-electric power train. This allows the machine to be used in areas requiring zero emissions such as interiors and on basement construction work. It also offers low noise on-site with a quoted sound pressure rating of 64dBA. The power train comprises an electric motor that can be powered both by a pack of


rechargeable Li-Ion batteries or a 400V mains electric supply via a plug-in power cable. The batteries can be recharged in less than an hour to full capacity and can work independently of the mains for up to three hours, according to the manufacturer. The E10 Electric has the same zero tail swing profile and identical external dimensions as the standard model and is said to offer the same, or better, performance.


www.bobcat.com On track with Movex


Welsman Services is the UK distributor for the Track-O range of battery-powered stair climbing products from Movex Innovation of Canada. The basic machine is designed to move loads of up to 500kg loads safely up and down stairs with light physical effort. Operated by remote control, only one person is required for lifting tasks, says the company. Various accessories include a tipping hopper, jib crane, lift table and a loading attachment,


as well as a number of battery options. Movex also manufactures a model for use on narrow stairway landings and for material handling applications in the demolition, construction and rail industries, as well as for underground tasks.


01206 735985 www.movexinnovation.co.uk Avant launches frugal machine


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Avant Tecno has introduced a new, low- emission model within its 7 Series of compact tool carriers to meet a demand for a more cost-effective equivalent to its top-of the-range 760i machine. The 755 is powered by the same Tier 4 compliant Kohler direct injection diesel,


designed to use 20% less fuel. Lower emissions have been achieved by the incorporation of a diesel oxidation catalyst which,


in combination with the use of ultra-low sulphur fuel, eliminates the need for serviceable parts in the exhaust system. The machine, which rides on slightly smaller tyres than the 760i, develops maximum torque at 1,200 rpm, lowering fuel consumption.


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