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Electric Eurocomach


The Italian compact machinery manufacturer, Sampierana Spa, whose products are sold under the Eurocomach brand name, revealed three concept machines. The most interesting was the company’s first fully electric mini excavator, designated the ES12X (pictured). Exhibited with a canopy and ABS


roof, the unit weighs 1,255kg and has a 10.2kW electric motor. The machine features a variable width (790mm to 1,050mm) undercarriage and can dig down to 2,045mm. Boom offset is 70° right and 60° left.


Imer shows Kato compacts


Following the acquisition of IHI by fellow Japanese crane and excavator maker, Kato, in November 2016, the range of IHI compact excavators made in Italy by the Imer Group are now sold under the Kato Imer brand name. As was evident at Intermat on the Imer France stand, the Kato Imer compact excavator range extends from the 900kg class 9VXE micro, up to the midi-sized 85V4weighing 8.5 tonnes. The compact excavators are mainly powered by either Kubota or Yanmar engines, whilst the


1,635kg/2,805kg (canopy/cab) 27V4 has a Shibaura power unit. These machines are now being sold in the UK by Imer Kato UK, based at Otterbourne near Winchester.


01962 718736 www.katoimer.co.uk


The other concept machines were


the ES58ZT, the first of the company’s new generation of 5 to 6-tonne mini excavators, and a new skid steer loader. The wheeled ESK170TA skid steer features a 53.0kW Kubota engine and vertical lift arms. Its operating load is 950kg and it can be fitted with a 0.41m3


capacity bucket.


00 39 0543 904211 www.eurocomach.com


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