Equipment Roundup: Bobcat intros powerful new UTVs; Case intros 2050M landfill dozer; Kobelco intros 2 new excavators; Latest wheel loader models doing more; Deutz to take over Sany engine production
Wayne Grayson | June 10, 2019

Deutz to take over production of Sany’s engine range in new joint venture

Germans take their carbon footprint seriously. The Chinese are doing everything they can to reduce air pollution. So it comes as no surprise that the German engine manufacturer Deutz and the Chinese equipment manufacturer Sany have entered a joint venture agreement for around 75,000 new diesel engines by 2022.

Deutz will take over production of Sany’s current engine range and produce engines for Sany that meet the China IV emissions standard for off-road and China 6 for on-road applications.

 

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Kobelco: New SK75SR-7, SK85CS-7 combine compact design with full-size benefits

Both machines are powered by a 70-horsepower, turbocharged Yanmar 4TNV98CT diesel that is Tier 4 Final certified and does not require the use of diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). Kobelco says the new engine beings a power output increase of about 28 percent.

Lifting capacity on the SK75SR-7 is 3,320 pounds, a 27-percent increase over the SK75SR-3E, while the SK85CS-7 has 3,570 pounds of capacity, an 18-percent increase over the SK85CS-3E.

 

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Wheel Loaders Doing More: Latest models deliver more versatility through tech, operator comfort

Wheel loaders work in many applications, but mostly they’re production machines – loading trucks, transferring materials. OEMs have taken steps to ensure wheel loaders excel at these core competencies, but they have also expanded their functionality.

The result has benefited traditional wheel loader customers who use their machines for production work. But it has also helped the smaller percentage of customers who use loaders in less demanding ways.

 

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Case intros a 2050M dozer built for landfill work

Case has introduced a new configuration for its most powerful bulldozer that is purpose-built for landfills.

Boasting a wide array of landfill-specific features, components and guarding, Case says the 2050M Landfill Configuration was tested inside “large-scale landfill operations throughout North America” as part of its development.

 

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Bobcat intros new UV34 UTVs with new chassis, 25% more towing power

Bobcat has taken the wraps off of two new utility vehicles that feature durability and performance upgrades over previous models.

The UV34 and UV34XL UTVs are both powered by a 23.5-horsepower diesel engine. Both have 1,250 pounds of box load capacity. Rated payload on the UV34 is 1,900 pounds while the UV34XL has 2,075 pounds of capacity.

 

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