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Bobcat’s new, M-Series compact excavators are re engineered to deliver increased performance in a lighter machine.
When Bobcat engineers began work on the E60 and E80 excavators, they committed to a completely new design that set a high standard by increasing service intervals, operator comfort and durability.
Since inventing the skid steer loader more than 50 years ago, Bobcat has constantly improved loader design to make operators more productive and comfortable.
Though Bobcat Company officials are well aware the economy is struggling to recover from a world-wide recession, they recognized the need for continued product improvement.
The Barnett Shale is among the nation’s fastest growing natural gas fields. The formation encompasses more than 5,000 square miles and stretches from Dallas to Fort Worth, TX.
Evans Construction Co. of Jackson, WY, recently installed a new eight-foot diameter lift station in the suburbs near Jackson Hole.
Alternative fuels, including petroleum based diesel and gasoline with additives, are perceived by many to be a key element in reducing world dependency on oil.
The Worksite Pro line for skid steers and compact track loaders include two “dozer” blades, five vibratory rollers, four cold planers, two tillers, and two hydraulic breakers (also works with compact excavators).
The Slurry Trap is a 20-gallon closed system that vacuums concrete/asphalt slurry, traps it in a reusable filter bag, and then pumps the filtered water back to the bit / blade for cooling.
The M-4500 series hydraulic boring attachments are available in three distinct configurations: M-4500, M-4500SS and M4500MS.