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Compact Machine Of The Year

Takeuchi TB370 Excavator

Aimed at a popular market segment, the 7-tonne TB370 represents Takeuchi’s next generation technology. The first of Takeuchi’s “3-Series” excavators includes features such as a large touch screen control panel that enables the user to operate virtually all the machine controls from this point.
The TB370 offers a whole raft of options which are generally only available on larger machines of around 20 tonnes. This model will appeal to operators of 5.5 tonne machines who are looking for a machine that satisfies the road transport regulation limits while providing a flexible 7-tonne machine.
The TB370 delivers 120LPM high flow auxiliary output with adjustable flow and pressure and a retractable fuel transfer pump. The spacious and comfortable cab has an automotive style interior, heated air suspension seat, 8-inch multi-function LCD dash panel with touch screen, a 270-degree camera, OPG level 2 roof guard and a high-performance LED night lighting kit.

takeuchi.com.au

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ASV RT-65. Finalist for Compact Machine Of The Year in the Australian Earthmoving Awards.

ASV RT-65 Posi-Track Loader

ASV’s new RT-65 Posi-Track Loader delivers all the key requirements of a CTL in bucketloads starting with the 67 horsepower, 250Nm torque Deutz TCD Tier 4 engine.
This 32% increased push power and 69% larger fuel tank compared to its predecessor combined with the Industry-leading 330mm ground clearance makes for an incredible machine.
The RT-65 has an electronic throttle for easy joystick operation and Infinitely variable hydraulics to maximise attachment performance and machine efficiency.
The HD double torsion axle suspension and premium suspended seat ensure a smooth ride.
Boasting a 1247kg rated operating capacity at 50% tipping load, 2177kg bucket breakout force (20% increase) and 2842kg lift arm force (31% increase) means this beast is sure to impress.
Tilting cab, swing open engine door and innovative undercarriage and sprocket technologies. for efficient service and maintenance.
There are three variants available to suit any operator preference: Open Cab, All Weather Cab, and Premium (including All Weather Cab and High Flow 103.7 lpm hydraulics).

asvaus.com

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Huski M-16U mini excavator. Finalist for Compact Machine Of The Year in the Australian Earthmoving Awards.

Toyota Material Handling Huski M-16U mini excavator

Toyota Material Handling’s Huski M-16U mini excavator is a hydrostatic mini excavator with variable displacement axial piston pump, classified as “Zero TailSwing”, which means the machine can swing 360 degrees within the total width of its chassis and the tail doesn’t protrude past the width of the machine’s undercarriage. The variable track width (retracted crawler width of 990 mm) provides easy access to very small job sites. Fundamental to the Huski M-16U mini excavators robust construction and functional design is excellent quality-of-materials and high technological content of components. The M16-U features leading performance, high safety standards, and distinguishes itself in market with its exceptional break-out force.

www.toyotamaterialhandling.com.au

 

 

 

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