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May 6, 2021

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Doosan -7 Series wheel loaders

Doosan Infracore North America LLC, Suwanee, Georgia, is launching its next-generation wheel loaders, the -7 Series, in the U.S. and Canada. Features of the new series include:

  • a standard rearview camera that provides an additional view of the machine’s surroundings and appears on the 8-inch Doosan Smart Touch display
  • redesigned heating and cooling system with new outlet locations to optimize airflow in the cab
  • stronger, larger axles and a strengthened box frame
  • new radiator with fin spacing that is 40 percent wider than previous generations

Visit https://na.doosanequipment.com/en for more information.

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Rubble Master RM 120X mobile impact crusher

Rubble Master Americas Corp., Memphis, Tennessee, says its new RM 120X mobile impact crusher is the first-of-its-kind mobile impact crusher featuring the all-new RM NEXT philosophy. Features of the mobile impact crusher include:

  • an active 6.5- by 3.5-foot two-deck prescreen to scalp off fines and reduce the amount of undersized material passing through the crusher
  • optional hopper wings increase hopper volume by 25 percent to 6.5 cubic yards
  • new RM NEXT operator machine interface for easier and safer crushing
  • RM Release System that allows operators to deal with blockages without leaving their cab

Visit https://www.rubblemaster.com/us/ for more information.

Hendrickson Steertek NXT front steer axle

Woodridge, Illinois-based Hendrickson Truck Commercial Vehicle Systems has announced that its Steertek NXT fabricated front steer axle has been selected as the standard front axle on new Kenworth and Peterbilt medium-duty truck models. Features of the Steertek NXT include:

  • optimized steering performance delivers up to 50 degrees of wheel cut
  • provides up to 23 pounds of weight savings when compared to traditional forged l-beam axles
  • manages the increased brake torque needed to meet FMVSS-121 stopping distance regulations
  • integrated axle seats designed to improve ground clearance, reduce part count and simplify assembly

Visit https://www.hendrickson-intl.com/ for more information.

Endura-Veyor Top Flight Drag Conveyor

Endura-Veyor Inc., Alpena, Michigan, recently unveiled its Top Flight Drag Conveyor designed to handle a range of loose, problematic materials and challenging loading conditions. Features of the conveyor include:

  • designed to handle various loading conditions, such as inclines, curves and surge loading
  • equipped with guided chain-driven flights or paddles that are reinforced for tough applications
  • an abrasion-resistant, hardened-steel trough or channel
  • chain-driven flights located on the top of the conveyor bed allow for high-volume infeed applications

Visit https://www.endura-veyor.com/ for more information.