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26 Aug 2012 - New Holland Construction showcases waste management offering at RWM 2012
New Holland will be at the Recycling and Waste Management exhibition, which will be held in Birmingham from the 11th to the 13th of September to showcase its offering of equipment designed to work in the harsh conditions of this industry. These products in waste handling configuration feature a wide range of factory fitted options such as cab guards, enhanced cab air filtering, steel plate protections to belly pans and cylinder hoses, and war resistant tyres.
The product display on New Holland’s outdoor stand OA208 will include the W190C Long Reach wheeled loader. Unveiled last year at this show, it features New Holland’s Tier 4 interim SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) technology and delivers a big performance combined with low fuel consumption. The big payloads and fast cycle times result in high productivity, while the excellent all round visibility and outstanding stability make this an ideal machine for waste handling applications.
The WE210 Industrial Handler wheeled excavator stands out for its exceptional stability on all terrains, with the long structure and optimised positioning of the centre of gravity. This stability enables the operator to work with confidence and make the most of this machine’s outstanding lifting capacity.
The L225 skid steer loader, also launched at RWM 2011, is also very well suited for this type of application, with industry leading bucket breakout force, maximum reach and dump angle combined with the excellent all-round visibility. It features New Holland’s patented vertical lift Super Boom® with best-in-class forward dump height and reach. The result: fast cycles and high productivity in the harshest conditions.
The highly versatile W70 compact wheel loader will complete the display. With the powerful engine and hydraulic system combined with the wide choice of buckets and attachments, these manoeuvrable machine can carry out quickly and efficiently a wide variety of tasks, such as scraping, grading or hauling. The outstanding stability and all-round visibility add to their excellent suitability for waste handling operations.